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Motivations and segmentation of the demand for coastal cities: A study in Lima, Peru
The purpose of this research is to identify the motivations and segmentation of demand in coastal cities. The present study was carried out in Lima, a tourist destination in the Peruvian Pacific Ocean coast. This quantitative ...
Hospitality workers’ COVID-19 risk perception and depression: A contingent model based on transactional theory of stress model
The hospitality industry worldwide is suffering under the COVID-19 pandemic. Drawing on the transactional theory of stress and coping, this study aims to investigate when hospitality workers’ COVID-19 risk perception affects ...
Factors for implementation of circular economy in firms in covid-19 pandemic times: The case of Peru
The circular economy can contribute to the eco-efficient use of resources. Firms can obtain relevant benefits if they implement a circular economy. In Peru, the circular economy would create benefits, but it is not fully ...
Expectations and interests of university students in covid-19 times about sustainable development goals: Evidence from colombia, ecuador, mexico, and peru
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has changed the world, creating the need for new actions from society, including universities and companies. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are part ...
Perceived value and its influence on satisfaction and loyalty in a coastal city: a study from Lima, Peru
The objectives of this study are: (i) to identify the dimensions that make up the construct of perceived value in a coastal city; and (ii) to establish which dimensions of perceived value influence the satisfaction and ...
Influence of Technostress on Academic Performance of University Medicine Students in Peru during the COVID-19 Pandemic
The current study aims to validate and apply an instrument to assess the relationship be tween communication overload, social overload, technostress, exhaustion and academic performance. We performed a cross-sectional, ...
Factors affecting green entrepreneurship intentions in business university students in covid-19 pandemic times: Case of ecuador
This research assesses the influence of education development support, conceptual development support, and country support through entrepreneurial self-efficacy over green entrepreneurial intentions. A total of 532 business ...
Self-medication practices during the COVID-19 pandemic among the adult population in Peru: A cross-sectional survey
Self-medication impacts both negatively and positively the health of people, which has become evident during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study aimed to assess the prevalence of self-medicated drugs used for respiratory ...
Themes of scientific production of the Cuban Journal of Pharmacy indexed in Scopus (1967-2020)
(Editorial Ciencias Medicas, 2021)
Introduction: The Cuban Journal of Pharmacy celebrated this year its fifty-fourth anniversary, and during all these years it has successfully published more than 1110 works indexed in Scopus bibliographic database until ...
Telemedicine in Peru as a Result of the COVID-19 pandemic: Perspective from a country with limited internet access
(American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2021)
The COVID-19 pandemic contributed to the worldwide implementation of telemedicine because of the need for medical care for patients, especially those with chronic diseases. This perspective paper presents the current ...