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Community Consultation for Planned Emergent Use Research: Experiences From an Academic Medical Center

Community Consultation for Planned Emergent Use Research: Experiences From an Academic Medical Center

IntroductionBackgroundEmergent use research may be defined as research involving human subjects who have a life-threatening condition and who are unable to provide informed consent.

Nathan J Smischney, Jasleen Pannu, Richard F Hinds, Jennifer B McCormick

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(5):e10062


Evaluating In-Car Movements in the Design of Mindful Commute Interventions: Exploratory Study

Evaluating In-Car Movements in the Design of Mindful Commute Interventions: Exploratory Study

Prior research has shown people’s preference for short movement-based (somatic) [5-8] and breathing interventions [9-12]. Behavioral interventions should be carefully designed to complement the cognitive and emotional demands of driving.

Pablo Enrique Paredes, Nur Al-Huda Hamdan, Dav Clark, Carrie Cai, Wendy Ju, James A Landay

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(12):e372


Using Social Media and Web-Based Networking in Collaborative Research: Protocol for the Geriatric Medicine Research Collaborative

Using Social Media and Web-Based Networking in Collaborative Research: Protocol for the Geriatric Medicine Research Collaborative

Furthermore, engagement of geriatric medicine trainees in research may help increase translational research and, thus, lead to improvements in the care of this vulnerable population.Aims and Objectives of Geriatric Medicine Research CollaborativeThe following

Geriatric Medicine Research Collaborative

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(10):e179


The Use of Web-Based Technologies in Health Research Participation: Qualitative Study of Consumer and Researcher Experiences

The Use of Web-Based Technologies in Health Research Participation: Qualitative Study of Consumer and Researcher Experiences

They are not simply research participants these days; they are involved in research in various ways, including providing input into research design, joining advisory committees, raising public awareness, and disseminating research information [4,5].

Patrick Cheong-Iao Pang, Shanton Chang, Karin Verspoor, Ornella Clavisi

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(10):e12094


Single-Case Experimental Designs to Evaluate Novel Technology-Based Health Interventions

Single-Case Experimental Designs to Evaluate Novel Technology-Based Health Interventions

Single-case research requires frequent contact with the participant’s behavior, which can be challenging in some research contexts but is more straightforward with technology.

Jesse Dallery, Rachel N. Cassidy, Bethany R. Raiff

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(2):e22


eHealth Literacy 2.0: Problems and Opportunities With an Evolving Concept

eHealth Literacy 2.0: Problems and Opportunities With an Evolving Concept

The rapid shifts in the informational landscape created by Web 2.0 tools and environments suggests it might be time to revisit the concept of eHealth Literacy and consider what a second release might look like.This issue of the Journal of Medical Internet Research

Cameron Norman

J Med Internet Res 2011;13(4):e125


Conceptual Models in Health Informatics Research: A Literature Review and Suggestions for Development

Conceptual Models in Health Informatics Research: A Literature Review and Suggestions for Development

Then search terms were widened to include "research design" (especially where there was discussion of why a design was chosen).

Kathleen Gray, Paulina Sockolow

JMIR Med Inform 2016;4(1):e7