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Youth Mental Health Services Utilization Rates After a Large-Scale Social Media Campaign: Population-Based Interrupted Time-Series Analysis

Youth Mental Health Services Utilization Rates After a Large-Scale Social Media Campaign: Population-Based Interrupted Time-Series Analysis

Recent evaluation of Bell Let’s Talk by Harris/Decima has suggested that the campaign was successful at decreasing stigma and increasing personal awareness in a random telephone survey of Canadian adults (N=1007) over a 5-year period (2011-2015) [24]; however

Richard G Booth, Britney N Allen, Krista M Bray Jenkyn, Lihua Li, Salimah Z Shariff

JMIR Ment Health 2018;5(2):e27

Global Research on Coronaviruses: An R Package

Global Research on Coronaviruses: An R Package

The package follows the methodology put in place by the Allen Institute and its partners [6] to create the CORD-19 data set with some differences.

Thierry Warin

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(8):e19615

Digital Self-Management Interventions for People With Osteoarthritis: Systematic Review With Meta-Analysis

Digital Self-Management Interventions for People With Osteoarthritis: Systematic Review With Meta-Analysis

et al (2010) [76]United States172 (33.3)171 (33.1)Self-managementTAUcAIMS2d: pain (P; 5.9 [2.3]); AIMS2: function (S; 2.6 [1.7])N/Ae52; ITTNRf26 (15.1)14 (8.1)Allen et al (2010) [76]United States172 (33.3)172 (33.3)Self-managementHealth education (attention

Reza Safari, Jessica Jackson, David Sheffield

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(7):e15365

The Systematic Removal of Participants Post-Randomization Can Lead to Alternate Explanations of the Results

The Systematic Removal of Participants Post-Randomization Can Lead to Alternate Explanations of the Results

The recently published study by Rooke et al [1] removed participants from the analysis who reported other treatment use during the study (n=5).

John A Cunningham

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(6):e128

Behavioral Functionality of Mobile Apps in Health Interventions: A Systematic Review of the Literature

Behavioral Functionality of Mobile Apps in Health Interventions: A Systematic Review of the Literature

Gajecki et al [24] had the largest sample (N=1929) and was a randomized multi-group trial. Eleven of the studies reviewed were feasibility or pilot tests, and the majority of the studies used a randomized study design (15 studies).

Hannah E Payne, Cameron Lister, Joshua H West, Jay M Bernhardt

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(1):e20

Temporal Design Patterns for Digital Phenotype Cohort Selection in Critical Care: Systematic Literature Assessment and Qualitative Synthesis

Temporal Design Patterns for Digital Phenotype Cohort Selection in Critical Care: Systematic Literature Assessment and Qualitative Synthesis

We obtained a total of 362 clinical entities, 48.6% (n=176) were inclusion criteria, 24.3% (n=88) were classified as interventions or exposures, and 27.0% (n=98) were outcomes.

Daniel Capurro, Mario Barbe, Claudio Daza, Josefa Santa Maria, Javier Trincado

JMIR Med Inform 2020;8(11):e6924