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Quality Management, Certification and Rating of Health Information on the Net with MedCERTAIN:  Using a medPICS/RDF/XML metadata structure for implementing eHealth ethics and creating trust globally

Quality Management, Certification and Rating of Health Information on the Net with MedCERTAIN: Using a medPICS/RDF/XML metadata structure for implementing eHealth ethics and creating trust globally

Medgate AG, Switzerland), Pål Lindström (LocusMedicus, Sweden), Sándor Lipp (Hungarian Ministry of Health, Hungary), Leena Lodenius (Finnish Duodecim Medical Society, Finland), Antti Malmivaara (Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland), Miquel Angela Mayer

Gunther Eysenbach, Gabriel Yihune, Kristian Lampe, Phil Cross, Dan Brickley

J Med Internet Res 2000;2(suppl2):e1

Differences in Memory, Perceptions, and Preferences of Multimedia Consumer Medication Information: Experimental Performance and Self-Report Study

Differences in Memory, Perceptions, and Preferences of Multimedia Consumer Medication Information: Experimental Performance and Self-Report Study

However, these studies have largely overlooked the body of research done in multimedia learning and therefore the materials developed may not be as effective as possible [19].Mayer [10] developed the cognitive theory of multimedia learning (CTML) to integrate

Helen Monkman, Andre W Kushniruk, Elizabeth M Borycki, Debra J Sheets, Jeffrey Barnett

JMIR Hum Factors 2020;7(4):e15913

Online Lectures in Undergraduate Medical Education: Scoping Review

Online Lectures in Undergraduate Medical Education: Scoping Review

Mayer described empirical evidence that people learn more effectively from multimedia, or words and pictures together, than words alone.

Brandon Tang, Alon Coret, Aatif Qureshi, Henry Barron, Ana Patricia Ayala, Marcus Law

JMIR Med Educ 2018;4(1):e11

A Smartphone Attention Bias Intervention for Individuals With Addictive Disorders: Protocol for a Feasibility Study

A Smartphone Attention Bias Intervention for Individuals With Addictive Disorders: Protocol for a Feasibility Study

Mayer et al [21] undertook the first study evaluating the efficacy of bias modification for treatment-seeking individuals with cocaine use disorders. Like Wolf et al [20], Mayer et al [21] also reported that bias modification was not effective.

Melvyn Zhang, Jiangbo Ying, Syidda B Amron, Zaakira Mahreen, Guo Song, Daniel SS Fung, Helen Smith

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(11):e11822