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Remote Care for Caregivers of People With Psychosis: Mixed Methods Pilot Study

Remote Care for Caregivers of People With Psychosis: Mixed Methods Pilot Study

Each participant received access to REACT-NOR through a personal key consisting of a username and personal password.InterventionSince the aim of REACT is to support relatives, it does not require engagement with the person experiencing psychosis.

Kristin Lie Romm, Liv Nilsen, Kristine Gjermundsen, Marit Holter, Anne Fjell, Ingrid Melle, Arne Repål, Fiona Lobban

JMIR Ment Health 2020;7(7):e19497

Data Analysis and Visualization of Newspaper Articles on Thirdhand Smoke: A Topic Modeling Approach

Data Analysis and Visualization of Newspaper Articles on Thirdhand Smoke: A Topic Modeling Approach

These pollutants are re-emitted into the gas phase (ie, off-gassing) or react with oxidants and other compounds in the environment to yield secondary pollutants [2]. Evidence supports the presence of THS in indoor environments.

Qian Liu, Qiuyi Chen, Jiayi Shen, Huailiang Wu, Yimeng Sun, Wai-Kit Ming

JMIR Med Inform 2019;7(1):e12414

Cardiac Rhythm Monitoring After Acute Decompensation for Heart Failure: Results from the CARRYING ON for HF Pilot Study

Cardiac Rhythm Monitoring After Acute Decompensation for Heart Failure: Results from the CARRYING ON for HF Pilot Study

It is, however, reasonable to believe that the early detection of rhythm and conduction disturbances by ILR will allow clinicians to react appropriately in a more timely manner, avoiding quick progression of the disease and worst outcomes.In fact, half of the

Emilio Vanoli, Andrea Mortara, Paolo Diotallevi, Giuseppe Gallone, Barbara Mariconti, Edoardo Gronda, Alessandra Gentili, Silvia Bisetti, Giovanni Luca Botto

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(2):e62

A Mobile App Delivering a Gamified Battery of Cognitive Tests Designed for Repeated Play (OU Brainwave): App Design and Cohort Study

A Mobile App Delivering a Gamified Battery of Cognitive Tests Designed for Repeated Play (OU Brainwave): App Design and Cohort Study

Participants had 45 seconds to make as many correct judgments as they could, up to a maximum of 18, and correct or incorrect auditory and visual feedback was given after each response.Figure 2Screenshots of OU Brainwave app, showing React game instructions

Martin Thirkettle, Jennifer Lewis, Darren Langdridge, Graham Pike

JMIR Serious Games 2018;6(4):e10519