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The 2016 National Survey of Community-Based Pharmacists: Use of Digital Health Technology in Practice dataset includes the positive impact that the use of digital health is having on Canadian pharmacists’ changing practice needs and on patient safety and the delivery of care. The survey was done by Canada Health Infoway and the Canadian Pharmacists Association.

hdl:11272/10500
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Last Released: Jun 28, 2017
2017 National Survey of Canadian Nurses: Use of Digital Health Technology in Practice by Canada Health Infoway; Canadian Nurses Association; Canadian Nurses Informatics Association
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This dataset is the latest quantitative survey of Canadian nurses' access to and use of digital health in practice. It was a joint collaboration between the Canadian Nurses Association, Canadian Nursing Informatics Association and Canada Health Infoway.

hdl:11272/10499
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Last Released: Jun 28, 2017
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Sample data collected for the thesis entitled Soil Genesis in Relation to Glacial History, Central Yukon.

hdl:11272/10341
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Last Released: Jun 26, 2017
National Survey of Caregiversby Canada Health Infoway
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In 2014, Canada Health Infoway undertook a national exploratory survey with R.A.Malatest & Associates Ltd., a third party research firm to conduct opinion research to investigate the value of Digital Health for caregivers in Canada. This Market Research Report, assesses perceptions of caregiving responsibilities with respect to access to care, coordination of care provided by healthcare professionals and various digital health solutions.

hdl:11272/10426
10 downloads + analyses
Last Released: Jun 22, 2017
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Underwater video footage collected during June 2013 in Heriot Bay, Quadra Island, British Columbia. This data was collected as part of a study on the impacts of boat noise on a wild fish, Porichthys notatus, and its predators.

This video was produced using underwater cameras: 1) A custom-built Teamed Optic-Acoustic Device (TOAD) for predator-prey component, which consisted of a custom-built underwater camera and a synced hydrophone (HTI- 96-min, High Tech Inc., Long Beach, MS); 2) A Microcam (MVC2120WP-LED, Micro Video Products, www.microvideo.org) for individual midshipman behaviour component. See Sarika Cullis-Suzuki's PhD thesis (http://etheses.whiterose.ac.uk/10526/) for further details on equipment.

hdl:11272/10497
3 downloads
Last Released: Jun 21, 2017
UBC Research Data Management Survey: Health Sciencesby Barsky, Eugene; Brown, Helen; Ellis, Ursula; Ishida, Mayu; Janke, Robert; Menzies, Erin; Miller, Katherine; Mitchell, Marjorie; Vis-Dunbar, Mathew
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In 2016, the Canadian federal funding agencies introduced the Tri-Agency Statement of Principles on Digital Data Management, which advocates for developing data management plans (DMPs) and making data available for future research. A data management plan addresses questions about: research data types and formats, metadata standards, ethics and legal compliance, data storage and reuse, assignment of data management responsibilities, and resource requirements. With anticipation that DMPs will be increasingly required in grants applications, librarians at University of British Columbia surveyed researchers about their RDM practices and needs in three phases, each of which targets different disciplines: 1) the Sciences and Engineering (fall 2015), 2) the Social Sciences and Humanities (fall 2016), and 3) the Health Sciences (spring 2017). The surveys illuminate disciplinary differences in RDM, and will inform the University in developing infrastructure and services to support researchers in RDM. This report describes findings from the third survey at UBC targeting researchers in the Health Sciences.

hdl:11272/10491
8 downloads
Last Released: Jun 8, 2017
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First published in 1867, the Canada Year Book (CYB) charts key trends and indicators in the nation's economy, population, society and environment.

hdl:11272/MLNYP
7 downloads
Last Released: Jun 6, 2017
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The DAD contains data on separations from acute inpatient institutions and selected day surgery, chronic, rehabilitation and psychiatric institutions. Data is collected on separations with a discharge date between April 1 and March 31 of the given fiscal year

Note that this 10% sample does not include Quebec or British Columbia

hdl:11272/10498
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Last Released: Jun 6, 2017
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Orthorectified aerial imagery of the UBC Okanagan campus, Kelowna, BC, 2013. Ortho Pixel size - 10 cm

hdl:11272/PAOHL
1 download
Last Released: Jun 2, 2017
Multi-Language Conversational Telephone Speech 2011 -- Turkishby Jones, Karen; Graff, David; Walker, Kevin; Strassel, Stephanie
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Introduction

Multi-Language Conversational Telephone Speech 2011 -- Turkish was developed by the Linguistic Data Consortium (LDC) and is comprised of approximately 18 hours of telephone speech in Turkish.

The data were collected primarily to support research and technology evaluation in automatic language identification, and portions of these telephone calls were used in the NIST 2011 Language Recognition Evaluation (LRE). LRE 2011 focused on language pair discrimination for 24 languages/dialects, some of which could be considered mutually intelligible or closely related.

LDC has released the following as part of the Multi-Language Conversation Telephone Speech 2011 series:

  • Slavic Group (LDC2016S11)
  • Turkish (LDC2017S09)

Data

Participants were recruited by native speakers who contacted acquaintances in their social network. Those native speakers made one call, up to 15 minutes, to each acquaintance. The data was collected using LDC's telephone collection infrastructure, comprised of three computer telephony systems. Human auditors labeled calls for callee gender, dialect type and noise. Demographic information about the participants was not collected.

All audio data are presented in FLAC-compressed MS-WAV (RIFF) file format (*.flac); when uncompressed, each file is 2 channels, recorded at 8000 samples/second with samples stored as 16-bit signed integers, representing a lossless conversion from the original mu-law sample data as captured digitally from the public telephone network. The following table summarizes the total number of calls, total number of hours of recorded audio, and the total size of compressed data:

group lng #calls #hours #MB
turkish tur 87 18.6 975

hdl:11272/ACOKK
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Last Released: May 18, 2017
 
 
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