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Diabetes Patients' Experiences With the Implementation of Insulin Therapy and Their Perceptions of Computer-Assisted Self-Management Systems for Insulin Therapy

Diabetes Patients' Experiences With the Implementation of Insulin Therapy and Their Perceptions of Computer-Assisted Self-Management Systems for Insulin Therapy

Perceptions of computer-assisted insulin self-titrationTo what extent patients are skillful in using…(a,b)(a) computerHow patients feel about using…(a-c)(b) telemedicine(c) computer-assisted insulin self-titration systemTelephone interviews (Group 2)Experiences

Airin CR Simon, Wouter T Gude, Frits Holleman, Joost BL Hoekstra, Niels Peek

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(10):e235

Automated and Interviewer-Administered Mobile Phone Surveys in Burkina Faso: Sociodemographic Differences Among Female Mobile Phone Survey Respondents and Nonrespondents

Automated and Interviewer-Administered Mobile Phone Surveys in Burkina Faso: Sociodemographic Differences Among Female Mobile Phone Survey Respondents and Nonrespondents

Since this study, phone survey research expanded and includes the use of computer-assisted telephone interviews (CATIs) and SMS surveys, but the optimal mode for nationally representative cell phone surveys is yet to be identified.A CATI involves a live interviewer

Abigail R Greenleaf, Aliou Gadiaga, Yoonjoung Choi, Georges Guiella, Shani Turke, Noelle Battle, Saifuddin Ahmed, Caroline Moreau

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(7):e17891

Perspectives of Family Physicians on Computer-assisted Health-risk Assessments

Perspectives of Family Physicians on Computer-assisted Health-risk Assessments

One such example is the computer-assisted health-risk assessment (HRA) where patients complete a computer survey before seeing their clinician.

Farah Ahmad, Harvey A Skinner, Donna E Stewart, Wendy Levinson

J Med Internet Res 2010;12(2):e12

Information Technology–Assisted Treatment Planning and Performance Assessment for Severe Thalassemia Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Observational Study

Information Technology–Assisted Treatment Planning and Performance Assessment for Severe Thalassemia Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Observational Study

We used information technology as an enabler to assist delivery of care to severe thalassemia patients.MethodsStudy DesignWe measured the impact of computer-assisted treatment planning and performance assessment in five centers in India that adopted ThalCare

Rajat Kumar Agarwal, Amit Sedai, Kumari Ankita, Lalith Parmar, Rakesh Dhanya, Sunil Dhimal, Reshma Sriniwas, Ashwini Gowda, Pooja Gujjal, Pushpa H, Suman Jain, J Dasaratha Ramaiah, Sujata Jali, Neelavva Rayappa Tallur, Stalin Ramprakash, Lawrence Faulkner

JMIR Med Inform 2019;7(1):e9291

Information and Communication Technologies Interest, Access, and Use: Cross-Sectional Survey of a Community Sample of Urban, Predominantly Black Women

Information and Communication Technologies Interest, Access, and Use: Cross-Sectional Survey of a Community Sample of Urban, Predominantly Black Women

After completing a screening questionnaire, eligible women provided informed consent and used a tablet computer equipped with headphones to complete a battery of instruments via audio-computer assisted self-interview (ACASI).

Sarah M Jabour, Alexis Page, Seventy F Hall, Lycinda Rodriguez, Wendy C Shields, Anika A H Alvanzo

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(8):e248

Validation of an Improved Computer-Assisted Technique for Mining Free-Text Electronic Medical Records

Validation of an Improved Computer-Assisted Technique for Mining Free-Text Electronic Medical Records

Data flow for the computer-assisted classification process is summarized in Figure 2.Figure 2Flowchart summary of data flow of the computer-assisted text mining process for the validation dataset.

Marco Duz, John F Marshall, Tim Parkin

JMIR Med Inform 2017;5(2):e17

The Computer-Assisted Brief Intervention for Tobacco (CABIT) Program: 
A Pilot Study

The Computer-Assisted Brief Intervention for Tobacco (CABIT) Program: A Pilot Study

Traditionally, tobacco cessation interventions have not met these requirements, contributing to a lack of translation of empirically supported interventions into clinical care [3,4].Computer programs have the potential to make tobacco screening and cessation

Edwin D Boudreaux, Kristyna L Bedek, Nelson J Byrne, Brigitte M Baumann, Sherrill A Lord, Grant Grissom

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(6):e163

Computer-Assisted School-Based Asthma Management: A Pilot Study

Computer-Assisted School-Based Asthma Management: A Pilot Study

Computer-assisted asthma management programs have the potential to provide children with individualized, evidence-based feedback on their disease, including measurements of symptom severity and frequency, and can provide actual data on medication usage rather

Renée JG Arnold, Jeanette A. Stingone, Luz Claudio

JMIR Res Protoc 2012;1(2):e15

Blended Learning Compared to Traditional Learning in Medical Education: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Blended Learning Compared to Traditional Learning in Medical Education: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Key search terms included delivery concepts (blended, hybrid, integrated, computer-aided, computer assisted, virtual patient, learning, training, education, instruction, teaching, course), participant characteristics (physician, medic*, nurs*, pharmac*, dent

Alexandre Vallée, Jacques Blacher, Alain Cariou, Emmanuel Sorbets

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(8):e16504