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A Web-Based Interactive Tool to Reduce Childhood Obesity Risk in Urban Minority Youth: Usability Testing Study

A Web-Based Interactive Tool to Reduce Childhood Obesity Risk in Urban Minority Youth: Usability Testing Study

Using this guide, data related to time taken to complete each comic chapter, number of usability issues, frequency of interaction with clickable features within the comic, and specific comments made in each panel of the comic could be collected.Perceived Usability

Sandra Verdaguer, Katrina F Mateo, Katarzyna Wyka, Tracy A Dennis-Tiwary, May May Leung

JMIR Form Res 2018;2(2):e21

Testing a Web-Based Interactive Comic Tool to Decrease Obesity Risk Among Minority Preadolescents: Protocol for a Pilot Randomized Control Trial

Testing a Web-Based Interactive Comic Tool to Decrease Obesity Risk Among Minority Preadolescents: Protocol for a Pilot Randomized Control Trial

Parents of both groups received Web-based health newsletters; however, parents in the experimental group were also given access to the child comic. Dyads were blinded to group assignment.

May May Leung, Katrina F Mateo, Sandra Verdaguer, Katarzyna Wyka

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(11):e10682

Finding Web-Based Anxiety Interventions on the World Wide Web: A Scoping Review

Finding Web-Based Anxiety Interventions on the World Wide Web: A Scoping Review

featureCBTa- PDF worksheets Social Anxiety Institute (#26)Social anxietyNo25 modules- Audio sessions - Video features - Hand-outsCBTaNone This Way Up Clinic – Worry (#27)Generalized anxiety disorder; Aged over 18Supervised by clinician6 modules (8 weeks)- Comic

Miriam Thiel Ashford, Ellinor K Olander, Susan Ayers

JMIR Ment Health 2016;3(2):e14

Beneficial Features of a mHealth Asthma App for Children and Caregivers: Qualitative Study

Beneficial Features of a mHealth Asthma App for Children and Caregivers: Qualitative Study

Contents of this app for children aged 7 to 12 years and their caregivers were asthma knowledge (manga as a Japanese-style comic regarding asthma, medication, exercise-induced asthma, and stress management; quiz), self-monitoring of medication and symptoms,

Misa Iio, Yumiko Miyaji, Kiwako Yamamoto-Hanada, Masami Narita, Mayumi Nagata, Yukihiro Ohya

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(8):e18506

Mobile Fotonovelas Within a Text Message Outreach: An Innovative Tool to Build Health Literacy and Influence Behaviors in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Mobile Fotonovelas Within a Text Message Outreach: An Innovative Tool to Build Health Literacy and Influence Behaviors in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Similar to a comic book in format, fotonovelas typically tell a story using a dramatic or soap opera–style plot with illustrations or photographs and dialogue bubbles to capture the user's attention and share an important lesson.

Rena Brar Prayaga, Ram S Prayaga

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(8):e19529

The Development of a Web-Based Program to Reduce Dietary Salt Intake in Schoolchildren: Study Protocol

The Development of a Web-Based Program to Reduce Dietary Salt Intake in Schoolchildren: Study Protocol

Comic strips will deliver the story at the beginning of each Web session (Multimedia Appendix 4), which will set the scene for the weekly learning activities for the children to complete.DELISH Starter PackFollowing the collection of baseline data, we will

Carley Ann Grimes, Alison Booth, Durreajam Khokhar, Madeline West, Claire Margerison, Karen Campbell, Caryl Nowson

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(5):e103

Testing a Photo Story Intervention in Paper Versus Electronic Tablet Format Compared to a Traditional Brochure Among Older Adults in Germany: Randomized Controlled Trial

Testing a Photo Story Intervention in Paper Versus Electronic Tablet Format Compared to a Traditional Brochure Among Older Adults in Germany: Randomized Controlled Trial

This assumption is based on Bandura’s social cognitive theory [4] because a photo story with a comic layout, modeled pictures, and bubble conversations addresses the three main sources of self-efficacy and outcome expectations.

Shu Ling Tan, Amanda Whittal, Sonia Lippke

JMIR Aging 2018;1(2):e12145