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Online Social Engagement by Cancer Patients: A Clinic-Based Patient Survey

Online Social Engagement by Cancer Patients: A Clinic-Based Patient Survey

past 12 months, 80% of online adults searched for health information, 26% of people reported reading about or watching another person’s health experience, and 16% went online to connect with others who had the same condition, including 4.6% who took part in an

Lawrence C An, Lauren Wallner, Matthias Alexander Kirch

JMIR Cancer 2016;2(2):e10


Trustworthiness, Readability, and Suitability of Web-Based Information for Stroke Prevention and Self-Management for Korean Americans: Critical Evaluation

Trustworthiness, Readability, and Suitability of Web-Based Information for Stroke Prevention and Self-Management for Korean Americans: Critical Evaluation

Stroke is the foremost cause of serious long-term disability, with high health care cost [20], and puts an increasing economic burden on health care resources [21].

Mikyoung A Lee, Cha-Nam Shin, Kyungeh An

Interact J Med Res 2018;7(2):e10440


A Novel Just-in-Time Contextual Mobile App Intervention to Reduce Sodium Intake in Hypertension: Protocol and Rationale for a Randomized Controlled Trial (LowSalt4Life Trial)

A Novel Just-in-Time Contextual Mobile App Intervention to Reduce Sodium Intake in Hypertension: Protocol and Rationale for a Randomized Controlled Trial (LowSalt4Life Trial)

In an analysis of the Trials of Hypertension Prevention, participants randomized to low-sodium interventions had a 25% lower long-term risk of cardiovascular disease (RR 0.75, 95% CI 0.57-0.99) [4].

Michael P Dorsch, Lawrence C An, Scott L Hummel

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(12):e11282


Usability and Utility of a Mobile App to Improve Medication Adherence Among Ambulatory Care Patients in Malaysia: Qualitative Study

Usability and Utility of a Mobile App to Improve Medication Adherence Among Ambulatory Care Patients in Malaysia: Qualitative Study

However, little is known about the extent of medication administration–related errors in the ambulatory care setting, as most studies were conducted in an inpatient setting [1,12,13].

Sara Chew, Pauline Siew Mei Lai, Chirk Jenn Ng

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(1):e15146


Accuracy, Consistency, and Reproducibility of the Triaxial Accelerometer in the iPod Touch: A Pilot Study

Accuracy, Consistency, and Reproducibility of the Triaxial Accelerometer in the iPod Touch: A Pilot Study

Recent literature also supports the reliability of various smartphone devices in the measurement of gait parameters and as an analytical tool to study balance and mobility [5-7].

Christopher Khoo Chee Han, Rukmanikanthan AL Shanmugam, David Choon Siew Kit

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2014;2(4):e39