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Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief
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Vision Portal Survey Analysis Brief

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  • 1. Registration Survey Analysis Brief Part 2 of 2 Presented by Knowledge in the Public Interest This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
  • 2. 71 registered in advance and completed the survey 32 survey registrations are people who work with Orbis 5 people registered in advance but did not complete the survey 112 people registered on the day of the Jam when the survey was no longer available *Not every question was answered by every person
  • 3. 33 Countries are represented in the survey Top 6 Countries USA 13 (All Orbis) India 6 (1 Orbis) South Africa 4 (2 Orbis) China 8 (5 Orbis) Ethiopia 6 (4 Orbis) UK 4
  • 4. Excluding Orbis Staff (32), participants included: 20 13 3 4 Physician Manager (communications, HR, regional) CEO Program coordinator 35 organizations in addition to Orbis 1 Biomedical engineer 2 Student
  • 5. 56% 55% 37% of respondents are physicians (40 people) have been working in the eye care field for more than 8 years. (27 people) have been in the field for 1-8 years.
  • 6. All respondents access the internet on a regular basis. 93% are on line all the time or several times a day. A large majority (83%) access digital information via computer – but several noted that they use both computer and phone. More (61%) access the internet at work than at home (37%).
  • 7. The first resource of choice when seeking information/advice is online search for documents, followed closely by asking a colleague or expert. ! Searching for video or self-instructional material online are the least likely options to be tapped. So it follows that articles are most likely to be accessed daily (45%). 30% never participate in discussion forums 2/3 download material to read off line.
  • 8. The most frequently used sites are Google, Orbis, Pubmed, WHO and IAPB
  • 9. 50% sometimes take online courses for professional purposes; 27% take them regularly while 25% never have taken an online course 94% feel that being able to collaborate online is important or very important. Many people were not familiar with ala, lore, doximity. They rated roughly equally with doximity gaining slightly higher favorability ratings at 37%.
  • 10. The most sought after benefits of a portal are to save time and accelerate work, ease the dissemination of work and deepen interactions/strengthen work Mobile access is key to many in terms of technical features as is the ability to download resources and work offline. Top priority for support in doing work is quick access to reference materials on straightforward procedures and best practices, followed by timely second opinions from experts on challenging cases.
  • 11. Engaging online would be helpful to: ! “Access the information I require from available sources, as everyone is so busy with their own work” ! “Facilitate better communication in international discussions” ! “Devise tools to evaluate an observer-ship programme” ! “Create a training curriculum for nurse practitioners”
  • 12. Resources Resources posted in the Jam can be found here 5 5.5 6 6.5 Frequency 7 1 1 1 4 8 16 1 5 4 8 16 P Go ob 1 5 AA 7 is Cy or be bi r-s s.o ig rg ht 6 Top 5 Ex-Orbis O Me Pu ne ds ne ca IA WH bm tv pe PB O ed Generic Sites og W wi J Lin T e k o G le Yo ke wit bin ipe urn oo Bo uTu dI te ar di al gl ok b n r s a s e s e Orbis 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Frequency Frequency
  • 13. Resource Frequency www.eophtha.com willseyeonline.com obis Cyber-sight orbis.org YouTube Pubmed WHO AAO.org http://telemedicine.orbis.org Institute of Engineers, Australia hinari IAPB (http://www.iapb.org/) BJO http://books.google.com medscape, medscape opthalmology, emedicine www.oculoplastics.info Google AAO One network ifeng.com Journals http://brienholdenvision.org v2020 e resources community eye health Sitenews econsultancy.com wikipedia www.ophthobook.com 1 2 5 7 5 10 6 3 1 1 2 6 1 1 7 1 16 7 1 8 1 2 1 1 1 4 1 Resource Frequency Webinars ECRI, USA ICEH http://www.cehjournal.org Chua site Root atlas eyetube retinatoday.com glocaumatoday.com mhealthed.org http://www.biomedcentral.com medline www.baidu.com ICO USAID e Global MNCH http://camerooneyeinstitute.wordpress.com Neurophysiology eyewiki OCT news cma.org.cn AAPOS twitter LinkedIn Health Systems Trust INGO sites https://www.facebook.com/pages/American-Academy -of-Ophthamology/329298827780 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
  • 14. For questions about this Brief or the Vision Portal Jam please contact  Susan Restler srestler@kpublic.com Presented by Knowledge in the Public Interest This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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