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Web-Based Graphic Representation of the Life Course of Mental Health: Cross-Sectional Study Across the Spectrum of Mood, Anxiety, Eating, and Substance Use Disorders

Web-Based Graphic Representation of the Life Course of Mental Health: Cross-Sectional Study Across the Spectrum of Mood, Anxiety, Eating, and Substance Use Disorders

To test the feasibility and utility of this approach, we applied the TLC to the first 500 subjects of the Tulsa 1000 project, a longitudinal observational study of treatment-seeking individuals with mental health problems across the categories of major depressive

Robin Leora Aupperle, Martin P Paulus, Rayus Kuplicki, James Touthang, Teresa Victor, Hung-Wen Yeh, Tulsa 1000 Investigators Tulsa 1000 Investigators, Sahib S Khalsa

JMIR Ment Health 2020;7(1):e16919

Evaluation of Spin in the Abstracts of Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses Focused on the Treatment of Acne Vulgaris: Cross-Sectional Analysis

Evaluation of Spin in the Abstracts of Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses Focused on the Treatment of Acne Vulgaris: Cross-Sectional Analysis

published article had to be a systematic review or meta-analysis designed to address either the pharmacological or nonpharmacological treatment of acne vulgaris.Data ExtractionData extraction was performed in duplicate fashion using the Google form, and the investigators

Ryan Ottwell, Taylor C Rogers, J Michael Anderson, Austin Johnson, Matt Vassar

JMIR Dermatol 2020;3(1):e16978

Initial Outcomes From a 4-Week Follow-Up Study of the Text4baby Program in the Military Women’s Population: Randomized Controlled Trial

Initial Outcomes From a 4-Week Follow-Up Study of the Text4baby Program in the Military Women’s Population: Randomized Controlled Trial

This is also to confirm a previous smaller-scale evaluation of Text4baby conducted by the investigators in a largely Spanish-speaking immigrant population in Virginia [10].Regarding the second aim, there were two specific hypotheses.

W Douglas Evans, Jasmine Wallace Bihm, Daniel Szekely, Peter Nielsen, Elizabeth Murray, Lorien Abroms, Jeremy Snider

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(5):e131

Instagram as a Window to Societal Perspective on Mental Health, Gender, and Race: Observational Pilot Study

Instagram as a Window to Societal Perspective on Mental Health, Gender, and Race: Observational Pilot Study

Because investigators predicted that they would disagree on gender or race for some subjects, data would need to be collected so that kappa agreement scores could be calculated.This plan came to fruition in a multistep process with three investigators of different

Kierstin Utter, Eva Waineo, Capricia M Bell, Harrison L Quaal, Diane L Levine

JMIR Ment Health 2020;7(10):e19171

Examining the Medical Blogosphere: An Online Survey of Medical Bloggers

Examining the Medical Blogosphere: An Online Survey of Medical Bloggers

., Tulsa, OK, USA).ResultsDemographic Characteristics and Internet HabitsThe majority of the surveyed bloggers were white, highly educated males, between the ages of 30 and 49, working in healthcare industry, and residing in the United States (Table 2).Table

Ivor Kovic, Ileana Lulic, Gordana Brumini

J Med Internet Res 2008;10(3):e28

A Community-Engaged Approach to Developing a Mobile Cancer Prevention App: The mCPA Study Protocol

A Community-Engaged Approach to Developing a Mobile Cancer Prevention App: The mCPA Study Protocol

Investigators postulate that employing principles of community-based participatory research (eg, unit of identity, building on resources within the community, cyclical and iterative processes) in developing a smartphone app, will result in widespread use and

Selina Ann Smith, Mary Smith Whitehead, Joyce Sheats, Jeff Mastromonico, Wonsuk Yoo, Steven Scott Coughlin

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(1):e34