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The Significance of Kinship for Medical Education: Reflections on the Use of a Bespoke Social Network to Support Learners’ Professional Identities

The Significance of Kinship for Medical Education: Reflections on the Use of a Bespoke Social Network to Support Learners’ Professional Identities

of social networks in higher education.Medical Education: a Need for Innovation Medicine education, with its supporting policies and practices, has a reputation as a conservative discipline, and this is clearly reflected in current/recent educational research

Stylianos Hatzipanagos, Bernadette John, Yuan-Li Tiffany Chiu

JMIR Med Educ 2016;2(1):e1


Work and “Mass Personal” Communication as Means of Navigating Nutrition and Exercise Concerns in an Online Cancer Community

Work and “Mass Personal” Communication as Means of Navigating Nutrition and Exercise Concerns in an Online Cancer Community

about a disease may occur as demanding, challenging work beyond simply seeking and receiving information to meet a need [22].

Brad Love, Charee M. Thompson, Brittani Crook, Erin Donovan-Kicken

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(5):e102


Parent Satisfaction With the Electronic Medical Record in an Academic Pediatric Rheumatology Practice

Parent Satisfaction With the Electronic Medical Record in an Academic Pediatric Rheumatology Practice

In 1991, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) issued a report concluding that computer-based patient records were an “essential technology” for health care and in 1997 called for the widespread adoption of a computer-based patient record over the next 10 years [

Paul Rosen, Steven J. Spalding, Michael J. Hannon, Robert M. Boudreau, C. Kent Kwoh

J Med Internet Res 2011;13(2):e40


Correction: Twelve-Month Follow-Up to a Fully Automated Internet-Based Cognitive Behavior Therapy Intervention for Rural Adults With Depression Symptoms: Single-Arm Longitudinal Study

Correction: Twelve-Month Follow-Up to a Fully Automated Internet-Based Cognitive Behavior Therapy Intervention for Rural Adults With Depression Symptoms: Single-Arm Longitudinal Study

In “Twelve-Month Follow-Up to a Fully Automated Internet-Based Cognitive Behavior Therapy Intervention for Rural Adults With Depression Symptoms: Single-Arm Longitudinal Study” (J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e21336) the authors noted one error.

Mark Schure, Bernadette McCrory, Kathryn Tuchscherer Franklin, John Greist, Ruth Striegel Weissman

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e25146