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Sub-study Correction: Use of Human-Centered Design to Improve Implementation of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies in Low-Resource Communities: Protocol for Studies Applying a Framework to Assess Usability

Sub-study Correction: Use of Human-Centered Design to Improve Implementation of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies in Low-Resource Communities: Protocol for Studies Applying a Framework to Assess Usability

The authors of “Use of Human-Centered Design to Improve Implementation of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies in Low-Resource Communities: Protocol for Studies Applying a Framework to Assess Usability” (JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(10):e14990) have identified several

Aaron R Lyon, Sean A Munson, Brenna N Renn, David C Atkins, Michael D Pullmann, Emily Friedman, Patricia A Areán

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(3):e18241

Use of Human-Centered Design to Improve Implementation of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies in Low-Resource Communities: Protocol for Studies Applying a Framework to Assess Usability


Use of Human-Centered Design to Improve Implementation of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies in Low-Resource Communities: Protocol for Studies Applying a Framework to Assess Usability


A critical step in improving EBPI implementation is to redesign both EBPIs and their implementation supports to improve usability as well as implementation and service outcomes while retaining the effective components of each.Human-Centered DesignHuman-centered

Aaron R Lyon, Sean A Munson, Brenna N Renn, David C Atkins, Michael D Pullmann, Emily Friedman, Patricia A Areán

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(10):e14990

“How Did We Get Here?”: Topic Drift in Online Health Discussions

“How Did We Get Here?”: Topic Drift in Online Health Discussions

groups, such as those that discuss the Oklahoma City bombing [7] or health and fitness [8].Previous studies on topic drift have focused on different domains and CMC methods, including email-based newsgroups [7], online discussion about open source software design

Albert Park, Andrea L Hartzler, Jina Huh, Gary Hsieh, David W McDonald, Wanda Pratt

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(11):e284

Use of Synchronous Digital Health Technologies for the Care of Children With Special Health Care Needs and Their Families: Scoping Review

Use of Synchronous Digital Health Technologies for the Care of Children With Special Health Care Needs and Their Families: Scoping Review

We used two frameworks to guide analysis: Data from feasibility studies are presented using a framework by Bowen and colleagues [25], and end-user involvement in co-design and implementation was evaluated using the Human-Centered Design framework from IDEO

Marissa Bird, Lin Li, Carley Ouellette, Kylie Hopkins, Michael H McGillion, Nancy Carter

JMIR Pediatr Parent 2019;2(2):e15106

User-Centered Design of Learn to Quit, a Smoking Cessation Smartphone App for People With Serious Mental Illness

User-Centered Design of Learn to Quit, a Smoking Cessation Smartphone App for People With Serious Mental Illness

There are over 540 smoking cessation apps in the market [18], but only 2 have been tested in randomized controlled trials [19,20], and to our knowledge, there are no reports of their user-centered design research.This lack of reports on the user-centered design

Roger Vilardaga, Javier Rizo, Emily Zeng, Julie A Kientz, Richard Ries, Chad Otis, Kayla Hernandez

JMIR Serious Games 2018;6(1):e2

More Than Telemonitoring: Health Provider Use and Nonuse of Life-Log Data in Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Weight Management

More Than Telemonitoring: Health Provider Use and Nonuse of Life-Log Data in Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Weight Management

lives and priorities, and thus offer new opportunities to support patient-provider communication, better patient-provider relationships, and more patient-centered treatment plans.

Chia-Fang Chung, Jonathan Cook, Elizabeth Bales, Jasmine Zia, Sean A Munson

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(8):e203

Designing Messaging to Engage Patients in an Online Suicide Prevention Intervention: Survey Results From Patients With Current Suicidal Ideation

Designing Messaging to Engage Patients in an Online Suicide Prevention Intervention: Survey Results From Patients With Current Suicidal Ideation

Health 2.0 (and Medicine 2.0, ie, the application of Web 2.0 technologies to health care) and human-centered design (a design process extensively relying on the intended user at all levels of the design process) are useful frameworks for enabling users to have

Ursula Whiteside, Anita Lungu, Julie Richards, Gregory E Simon, Sarah Clingan, Jaeden Siler, Lorilei Snyder, Evette Ludman

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(2):e42

Designing a Chatbot for a Brief Motivational Interview on Stress Management: Qualitative Case Study

Designing a Chatbot for a Brief Motivational Interview on Stress Management: Qualitative Case Study

Applying the summons-answer sequence [28], we have built a chatbot that delivers an ordered sequence of MI skills to follow the 4 processes of MI [29] in a conversation with a human user.

SoHyun Park, Jeewon Choi, Sungwoo Lee, Changhoon Oh, Changdai Kim, Soohyun La, Joonhwan Lee, Bongwon Suh

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(4):e12231

A Human-Centered Design Methodology to Enhance the Usability, Human Factors, and User Experience of Connected Health Systems: A Three-Phase Methodology

A Human-Centered Design Methodology to Enhance the Usability, Human Factors, and User Experience of Connected Health Systems: A Three-Phase Methodology

involvement during the design process when reviewing market presubmissions [14].User- and Human-Centered DesignUser-centered design (UCD) is a design philosophy that seeks to place the end user at the center of the design process.

Richard Harte, Liam Glynn, Alejandro Rodríguez-Molinero, Paul MA Baker, Thomas Scharf, Leo R Quinlan, Gearóid ÓLaighin

JMIR Hum Factors 2017;4(1):e8

Human-Centered Design Study: Enhancing the Usability of a Mobile Phone App in an Integrated Falls Risk Detection System for Use by Older Adult Users

Human-Centered Design Study: Enhancing the Usability of a Mobile Phone App in an Integrated Falls Risk Detection System for Use by Older Adult Users

IntroductionUtilizing a human-centered design (HCD) approach, such as that outlined in the International Standards Organization (ISO) 9241-210 [1], during the design of connected health devices ensures that the needs and requirements of the user are taken into

Richard Harte, Leo R Quinlan, Liam Glynn, Alejandro Rodríguez-Molinero, Paul MA Baker, Thomas Scharf, Gearóid ÓLaighin

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(5):e71