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Metadata (ORCID) Correction: Effectiveness of Internet-Based Interventions for the Prevention of Mental Disorders: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Metadata (ORCID) Correction: Effectiveness of Internet-Based Interventions for the Prevention of Mental Disorders: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Effectiveness of Internet-Based Interventions for the Prevention of Mental Disorders: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis” (JMIR Mental Health 3(3):e38) inadvertently provided an incorrect ORCID for author Lasse Sander.The ORCID originally published for Lasse Sander

Lasse Sander, Leonie Rausch, Harald Baumeister

JMIR Ment Health 2016;3(3):e41

Treatment of Peritoneal Dissemination in Stomach Cancer Patients With Cytoreductive Surgery and Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC): Rationale and Design of the PERISCOPE Study

Treatment of Peritoneal Dissemination in Stomach Cancer Patients With Cytoreductive Surgery and Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC): Rationale and Design of the PERISCOPE Study

survival will be measured from the date of start of systemic chemotherapy to the date of disease recurrence and/or death.Ethical ConsiderationsThe study protocol has been approved by the medical ethical committee of the Netherlands Cancer Institute/Antoni van

Rosa T van der Kaaij, Hidde JW Braam, Henk Boot, Maartje Los, Annemieke Cats, Cecile Grootscholten, Jan HM Schellens, Arend GJ Aalbers, Alwin DR Huitema, Catherijne AJ Knibbe, Djamila Boerma, Marinus J Wiezer, Bert van Ramshorst, Johanna W van Sandick

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(7):e136

Effectiveness of Internet-Based Interventions for the Prevention of Mental Disorders: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Effectiveness of Internet-Based Interventions for the Prevention of Mental Disorders: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

In a recent meta-analysis, van Ballegooijen et al found that IMIs regularly have lower completer rates of total interventions when compared with face-to-face treatments (65.1% vs. 84.7%), but are equal in the percentage of average completed sessions (face-to-face

Lasse Sander, Leonie Rausch, Harald Baumeister

JMIR Ment Health 2016;3(3):e38