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The Impact of Social Media on Medical Professionalism: A Systematic Qualitative Review of Challenges and Opportunities

The Impact of Social Media on Medical Professionalism: A Systematic Qualitative Review of Challenges and Opportunities

Today, social media allow patients to gather increasingly more information about their doctors’ private and professional life.

Fatemeh Gholami-Kordkheili, Verina Wild, Daniel Strech

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(8):e184

How Patients Contribute to an Online Psychoeducation Forum for Bipolar Disorder: A Virtual Participant Observation Study

How Patients Contribute to an Online Psychoeducation Forum for Bipolar Disorder: A Virtual Participant Observation Study

IntroductionBipolar Disorder: Isolation, Social Conflict, and Self-DoubtMany people with long-term conditions may feel isolated if they do not know others who have the same condition or if their condition has impacted adversely on their work and social life

Ria Poole, Daniel Smith, Sharon Simpson

JMIR Ment Health 2015;2(3):e21

A Prospective Natural History Study of Quitting or Reducing Gambling With or Without Treatment: Protocol

A Prospective Natural History Study of Quitting or Reducing Gambling With or Without Treatment: Protocol

This research has revealed that recovery from addictions without formal treatment is common [2].Natural History Research of Problem GamblingThere are three main types of natural history research: (1) epidemiological studies that examine the prevalence of untreated

Vladyslav Kushnir, John A Cunningham, David C Hodgins

JMIR Res Protoc 2013;2(2):e51

Mobile Phone Ownership, Health Apps, and Tablet Use in US Adults With a Self-Reported History of Hypertension: Cross-Sectional Study

Mobile Phone Ownership, Health Apps, and Tablet Use in US Adults With a Self-Reported History of Hypertension: Cross-Sectional Study

When evaluating device ownership by hypertension status, fewer participants with a history of hypertension reported owning a tablet (55% vs 66%) or smartphone (68% vs 86%) than those without a history hypertension.

Aisha T Langford, Craig A Solid, Ebony Scott, Meeki Lad, Eli Maayan, Stephen K Williams, Azizi A Seixas

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(1):e12228

Determining Physiological and Psychological Predictors of Time to Task Failure on a Virtual Reality Sørensen Test in Participants With and Without Recurrent Low Back Pain: Exploratory Study

Determining Physiological and Psychological Predictors of Time to Task Failure on a Virtual Reality Sørensen Test in Participants With and Without Recurrent Low Back Pain: Exploratory Study

of recurrent LBP (LBP) and 24 individuals (12/24, 50% male) with no history of LBP (Healthy) matched for age, sex, and body mass index (BMI) were recruited from the Ohio University student population and surrounding community for this comparative study.

Megan E Applegate, Christopher R France, David W Russ, Samuel T Leitkam, James S Thomas

JMIR Serious Games 2018;6(3):e10522

Diet and Physical Activity Apps: Perceived Effectiveness by App Users

Diet and Physical Activity Apps: Perceived Effectiveness by App Users

The resulting questionnaire (Multimedia Appendix 1) was answered by 500 Norwegians, with a mean age of 25.8 years (SD 5.1).Focus Group DiscussionsParticipants were students and staff at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences.

Qing Wang, Bjørg Egelandsdal, Gro V. Amdam, Valerie L. Almli, Marije Oostindjer

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(2):e33

Assessing Quality of Life and Medical Care in Chronic Angina: An Internet Survey

Assessing Quality of Life and Medical Care in Chronic Angina: An Internet Survey

Since angina is associated with risk for morbidity, poor quality of life (QOL), and increased health care costs, evidence suggesting poor control of symptoms is concerning [9-11].

Karen P Alexander, Olena Stadnyuk, Suzanne V Arnold, Daniel B Mark, E. Magnus Ohman, Kevin J Anstrom

Interact J Med Res 2016;5(2):e12