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Evaluation of the Sexual Health Behaviors of Black Male Adolescents and Young Adults Through Social Media Platforms: Web-Based Survey Study

Evaluation of the Sexual Health Behaviors of Black Male Adolescents and Young Adults Through Social Media Platforms: Web-Based Survey Study

platform.Advertisement nameFacebookInstagramReach (n)Impression (n)Engagementa (n)Cost per engagement (US $)Reach (n)Impression (n)Engagement (n)Cost per engagement (US $)Your Opinion Counts42,95847,2072520.74N/AN/AN/AN/AYour Opinion Matters15,88021,690980.75N/AN/AN/AN/ABe

Jade Burns, Keith Johnstone, Tanaka Chavanduka, Cornelius Jamison, Valery Pena, Rob Stephenson, Lynae Darbes

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(3):e19219


Facilitating Secure Sharing of Personal Health Data in the Cloud

Facilitating Secure Sharing of Personal Health Data in the Cloud

The patient himself distributes encryption keys to people he wishes to share the data with and does not rely on commercial services, which may be untrustworthy.Proxy re-encryption and attribute-based encryption (ABE) [20] are two current techniques aimed at

Danan Thilakanathan, Rafael A. Calvo, Shiping Chen, Surya Nepal, Nick Glozier

JMIR Med Inform 2016;4(2):e15


Current Evidence for Continuous Vital Signs Monitoring by Wearable Wireless Devices in Hospitalized Adults: Systematic Review

Current Evidence for Continuous Vital Signs Monitoring by Wearable Wireless Devices in Hospitalized Adults: Systematic Review

transfers, FTRd events—Weenk et al, 2017 [59]Bland-Altman agreementArtifacts, user experiences——Watkins et al, 2015 [60]—Nursing experiences, number of alarmsLog of interventions based on alarms—Downey et al, 2018a [62]—Patient acceptability and complianceTime to ABe

Jobbe PL Leenen, Crista Leerentveld, Joris D van Dijk, Henderik L van Westreenen, Lisette Schoonhoven, Gijsbert A Patijn

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(6):e18636


A Web- and Mobile-Based Intervention for Comorbid, Recurrent Depression in Patients With Chronic Back Pain on Sick Leave (Get.Back): Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial on Feasibility, User Satisfaction, and Effectiveness

A Web- and Mobile-Based Intervention for Comorbid, Recurrent Depression in Patients With Chronic Back Pain on Sick Leave (Get.Back): Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial on Feasibility, User Satisfaction, and Effectiveness

Statistical significance in all analyses was set at alpha<.05 and was one-sided according to Cho and Abe [70].ResultsDescriptive StatisticsIn total, 76 participants were included in the study. For detailed information on characteristics, see Table 3.

Sandra Schlicker, Harald Baumeister, Claudia Buntrock, Lasse Sander, Sarah Paganini, Jiaxi Lin, Matthias Berking, Dirk Lehr, David Daniel Ebert

JMIR Ment Health 2020;7(4):e16398