• Errors in the administration of intravenous medications in hospital and the role of correct procedures and nurse experience

      Westbrook, JI; Rob, MI; Woods, A; Parry, D (BMJ Publishing Group Ltd and the Health Foundation, 26 M)
      Background Intravenous medication administrations have a high incidence of error but there is limited evidence of associated factors or error severity.Objective To measure the frequency, type and severity of intravenous ...
    • Transformative Technologies and Social Change: An Introduction

      Karmokar, S (Academic Conferences International Limited, 2109)
      Rapid transformation in the technology is accelerating has create exponential growth in many areas. New innovation in product and services are seen in all sectors such as agriculture, medical diagnosis and treatment, ...
    • Saudi Academic Perceptions of e-Learning Systems [Microsoft Excel workbook]

      Thorpe, SJ; Alsuwayed, HM (2019)
      The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has seen growing interest in the uptake of cloud-based educational technologies in the university sector in recent years. The majority of delivery models are currently structured on a client-server ...
    • JMAD New Zealand Media Ownership Report 2019

      Myllylahti, M; Baker, S (School of Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      No abstract.
    • Agility Practices for Software Development: An Investigation of Agile Organization Concepts

      Lal, R; Kusuma, K; Richter, S (Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), 2019)
      In the context of agile software development in New Zealand and Australia, this paper examines the organizational agility related practices with agile software development. The paper looks at ...
    • Qualities of Design Briefs for Studio Learning

      Sosa Medina, R (Design Research Society (DRS), 2019)
      The design brief is considered a pivotal component in studio-based learning, yet there is a paucity of studies on the student brief genre in design education research. This work seeks to contribute by examining brief ...
    • Teaching (with) Empathy and Creativity in Design

      Sosa Medina, R (Design Research Society (DRS), 2019)
      Empathy and creativity are desirable core design competencies. The relationship between these concepts, however, has remained largely unexplored. This work unfolds the creases between empathy and creativity, ...
    • Activity Recognition Evaluation Via Machine Learning

      Rameka, ANA; Connor, AM; Kruse, J (European Alliance for Innovation (EAI), 2019)
      With the proliferation of relatively cheap Internet of Things (IoT) devices, smart environments have been highlighted as an example of how the IoT can make our lives easier. Each of these ‘things’ produces data which can ...
    • Para-Whenua-Mea – Muddy-Soil-of-Mother-Earth

      Robertson, N (LIBRUM Publishers & Editors LLC | Basel | Frankfurt am Main, 2019)
      No abstract.
    • Design and Implementation of a Self-powered Smart Water Meter

      Li, XJ; Chong, PHJ (MDPI, 2019)
      Smart cities require interactive management of water supply networks and water meters play an important role in such a task. As compared to fully mechanical water meters, electromechanical water meters or fully electronic ...
    • Big Data Offloading using Smart Public Vehicles with Software Defined Connectivity

      Munjal, R; Liu, W; Li, XJ; Gutierrez, J (IEEE, 2019)
      With the explosive increase in the number of mobile devices such as smartphones or laptops, the design of mobile applications becomes increasingly complex, power hungry and resource consuming. Therefore, conventional ...
    • Collaborative Ecologies through Material Entanglements

      Smitheram, M; Joseph, F (Estonian Academy of Arts, 2019)
      This paper addresses aspects of collaboration and conceptual frameworks in practice that are central to our project, Phenomenal Dress. The research has been informed by material thinking, posthuman theory and New Zealand ...
    • Redirecting Textile Knowledge; An Innovative Approach to Recycling

      Cleveland, D (Estonian Academy of Arts, 2019)
      This paper identifies an opportunity to design a localised textile waste system in New Zealand which provides the raw material required to develop a value added, closed loop, innovative and sustainable textile product. ...
    • mHealth and Big-data Integration: Promises for Healthcare System in India

      Madanian, S; Parry, D; Airehrour, D; Cherrington, M (BMJ, 2019)
      Background The use of mobile devices in health (mobile health/mHealth) coupled with related technologies promises to transform global health delivery by creating new delivery models that can be integrated with existing ...
    • IoT, Cloud Computing and Big Data: Integrated Framework for Healthcare in Disasters

      Madanian, S; Parry, D (International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) and IOS Press, 2019)
      Currently, healthcare in disaster management context faces a number of challenges mostly due to the lack of availability of reliable data from diverse sources required to be accessible by appropriate authorities. Therefore, ...
    • Reducing ICT Carbon Footprints Through Adoption of Green Computing

      Airehrour, D; Cherrington, M; Madanian, S; Singh, J (Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest. Department of Economic Informatics and Cybernetics, 2019)
      A significant economic, environmental and sustainability topic in information and communication technology (ICT) and e-business sectors is green computing. An aspect of green informatics, green computing is gaining attention ...
    • Entrepreneurial Ideation: Effects of Morphology and Complexity

      Antonio, E; Sosa Medina, R; Connor, AM (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2019)
      Studies of product architecture identify a mirroring process between the product and the organisation. Parallel, empirical studies of effectual entrepreneurship show an accumulation of commitments between stakeholders while ...
    • No More and Less: The Withdrawal of Speculation

      Charlton, J (Ubiquity Press, Ltd., 2019)
      In the ten years since the seminal workshop on Speculative Realism at Goldsmiths College (Bassier), speculation has become the new noumenon of the art world: Promising the final fulfilment of the avant-garde dream that ...
    • The Benefits of Open Government Data Use: A Crosscountry Comparison

      Mokobombang, N; Gutierrez, J; Petrova, K (Association for Information Systems (AIS), 2019)
      Data produced by government have enormous importance; in addition to providing the information needed to run governance tasks related to internal processes, they can be used to create new sources of value by combining ...
    • Maintaining Thermal Comfort of a Naturally Ventilated Residential House by Intelligently Actuating Windows

      Pokhrel, M; Anderson, T; Lie, T (The Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA), Hong Kong, 2019)
      In New Zealand’s (NZ) mild climatic conditions, most residential houses are ventilated naturally, mainly by opening windows. However, maintaining the indoor thermal comfort characteristics of a house by modulating natural ...