Published on in Vol 6 , No 3 (2018) :Jul-Sep

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/9174, first published .
Uncovering a Role for Electronic Personal Health Records in Reducing Disparities in Sexually Transmitted Infection Rates Among Students at a Predominantly African American University: Mixed-Methods Study

Uncovering a Role for Electronic Personal Health Records in Reducing Disparities in Sexually Transmitted Infection Rates Among Students at a Predominantly African American University: Mixed-Methods Study

Uncovering a Role for Electronic Personal Health Records in Reducing Disparities in Sexually Transmitted Infection Rates Among Students at a Predominantly African American University: Mixed-Methods Study

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  1. Jackman K, Murray S, Hightow-Weidman L, Trent M, Wirtz A, Baral S, Jennings J, Morgan E. Digital technology to address HIV and other sexually transmitted infection disparities: Intentions to disclose online personal health records to sex partners among students at a historically Black college. PLOS ONE 2020;15(8):e0237648 View
  2. Jackman K, Hightow-Weidman L, Poteat T, Wirtz A, Kane J, Baral S. Evaluating psychometric determinants of willingness to adopt sexual health patient portal services among black college students: A mixed-methods approach. Journal of American College Health 2021;69(2):190 View
  3. Jackman K, Kane J, Kharrazi H, Johnson R, Latkin C. Using the Patient Portal Sexual Health Instrument in Surveys and Patient Questionnaires Among Sexual Minority Men in the United States: Cross-sectional Psychometric Validation Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(2):e18750 View
  4. Jackman K, Dangerfield D, Yang C, Trent M, Kharrazi H, Johnson R, Latkin C. Behavioral Intentions to Use Patient Portals to Disclose HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing Histories with Sexual Partners Among U.S. Sexual Minority Men. AIDS and Behavior 2021;25(4):1199 View