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  • Research data . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Perez-Garcia, Manuel; Diaz-Ordoñez, Manuel;
    Publisher: GECEM Project / Universidad Pablo de Olavide
    Country: Spain
    Project: EC | GECEM (679371), EC | GECEM (679371)

    GECEM Project (ERC-Starting Grant), ref. 679371, under the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, www.gecem.eu. GECEM Project (ERC-Starting Grant), ref. 679371, Horizon 2020, project hosted at UPO

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Victor Ernesto Pérez León;
    Publisher: Universidad Pablo de Olavide
    Country: Spain

    Tools to measure the sustainability and competitiveness of the tourism destinations from Pinar del Rio, Cuba. Universidad Pinar del Rio, Cuba

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Montérdez Santos, Inmaculada;
    Publisher: Universidad Pablo de Olavide
    Country: Spain

    Este documento, es una herramienta de recogida de datos o cuestionarios, aplicados en el foco endémicos de Valverde del Camino (España) y en el foco endémicos de Oporto (Portugal) donde se convice con una enfermedad rara (ER) llamada Enfermedad de Andrade o AhTTR. Con estos cuestionarios se ha intentando estudiar desde las ciencias sociales, las as necesiades sociales de este colectivo afectado por esta ER. Son 4 modelos, cada uno de ellos destinados a un grupo de personas afectadas todas de una u otra forma por la Enfermedad de Andrade o AhTTR, como son: CuestionarioN1E_personas enfermas de AHTTR; CuestionarioN1F._Familiares de las personas enfermas de AhTTR y portadores asintomáticos; CuestionarioN2._Personal sanitario y CuestionarioN3_Poblacion en general. Dependerá en qué grupo o grupos se centre el estudio, el utilizar uno u otro modelo. Puede utilizarse de manera conjunta o por separado. Pueden ser extrapolables para estudiar /investigar otros focos endémicos de la enfermedad de Andrade o incluso profundizar desde las ciencias sociales en el estudio de las necesidades sociales de otras Enfermedades Raras, haciendo los cambios específicos de esas otras ER. Departamento de Trabajo Social y Servicios Sociales Herramienta de recogida de datos

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Strubbe, Diederik; White, Rachel; Edelaar, Pim; Rahbek, Carsten; Shwartz, Assaf;
    Publisher: Universidad Pablo de Olavide
    Country: Spain

    The numbers and impacts of non-native species (NNS) continue to grow. Multiple ranking protocols have been developed to identify and manage the most damaging species. However, existing protocols differ considerably in the type of impact they consider, the way evidence of impacts is included and scored, and in the way the precautionary principle is applied. These differences may lead to inconsistent impact assessments. Since these protocols are considered a main policy tool to promote mitigation efforts, such inconsistencies are undesirable, as they can affect our ability to reliably identify the most damaging NNS, and can erode public support for NNS management. Here we propose a broadly applicable framework for building a transparent NNS impact evidence base. First, we advise to separate the collection of evidence of impacts from the act of scoring the severity of these impacts. Second, we propose to map the collected evidence along a set of distinguishing criteria: where it is published, which methodological approach was used to obtain it, the relevance of the geographical area from which it originates, and the direction of the impact. This procedure produces a transparent and reproducible evidence base which can subsequently be used for different scoring protocols, and which should be made public. Finally, we argue that the precautionary principle should only be used at the risk management stage. Conditional upon the evidence presented in an impact assessment, decision-makers may use the precautionary principle for NNS management under scientific uncertainty regarding the likelihood and magnitude of NNS impacts. Our framework paves the way for an improved application of impact assessments protocols, reducing inconsistencies and ultimately enabling more effective NNS management. Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla. Departamento de Biología Molecular e Ingeniería Bioquímica

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Luna, Álvaro; Edelaar, Pim; Shwartz, Assaf;
    Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
    Country: Spain

    The perceptions of the general public regarding invasive alien species (IAS) are important in the prevention of future invasions and the success of management programmes. Here we use a novel visual method to investigate the perception of a charismatic IAS, the rose-ringed parakeet, across different stakeholders in Seville, Spain. Respondents were asked to select images of 10 bird species they would like to have present in their surroundings, out of 20 available images, including the parakeet and three other non-natives. [Esto es una prueba de depósito de datasets en RIO] UPO

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Naranjo Orellana, José; Ruso Álvarez, José Francisco; Nieto Jiménez, Claudio;
    Publisher: Universidad Pablo de Olavide
    Country: Spain

    Se trata de una aplicación para facilitar el cálculo de la carga interna de trabajo a partir de una medición sencilla de variabilidad de la frecuencia cardiaca. Es el resultado de varios años de investigación y se pone a disposición de la comunidad de ciencias del deporte. Grupo de Investigación CTS-595 Postprint

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Naranjo Orellana, José; Ruso Álvarez, José Francisco; Rojo Álvarez, José Luis;
    Publisher: Universidad Pablo de Olavide
    Country: Spain

    Objective The aim of this study was to validate the measurements of the RR intervals taken at rest by the Omegawave® device (OWD) by comparing them to the measurements simultaneously made by an ECG, considered to be our gold standard. Methods Five rest measurements were made for 10 minutes on five different days to 10 men and three women participated in this study (24.8 ± 5.05 years; 71.82 ± 11.02 kg; 174.35 ± 9.13 cm). RR intervals were simultaneously recorded using OWD and ECG The processing of ECG signals (digitised at 43 samples per second) included the detrending of baseline noise and a high-pass filtering for emphasizing the QRS complexes and attenuating the T waves, often prominent in sport populations. After obtaining the gold-standard beat times from the ECG, the beat times from the OWD were automatically aligned to them and compared to check whether both measurements could be considered superimposable. A Bland-Altman analysis was applied to the complete time series of each subject and it was repeated for the five measurements made for all subjects. Results The results suggest that the RR interval measurements performed by the OWD have very strong agreement with those made with an ECG. Deviations not exceeding 25 ms could be expected in 95% of the cases and this is within manageable ranges both for clinical practice and sports. Conclusions To conclude, RR intervals measured by the OWD can be considered highly consistent with those obtained from the gold standard (ECG). Universidad Rey Juan Carlos Preprint

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