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Increasing Consumer Engagement by Tailoring a Public Reporting Website on the Quality of Diabetes Care: A Qualitative Study

Increasing Consumer Engagement by Tailoring a Public Reporting Website on the Quality of Diabetes Care: A Qualitative Study

The findings from our thematic content analysis support the concept that tailoring a public reporting website to a user’s chronic condition profile can increase consumer engagement.

Maureen A Smith, Lauren Bednarz, Peter A Nordby, Jennifer Fink, Robert T Greenlee, Daniel Bolt, Elizabeth M Magnan

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(12):e332


Social Cognitive Determinants of Nutrition and Physical Activity Among Web-Health Users Enrolling in an Online Intervention: The Influence of Social Support, Self-Efficacy, Outcome Expectations, and Self-Regulation

Social Cognitive Determinants of Nutrition and Physical Activity Among Web-Health Users Enrolling in an Online Intervention: The Influence of Social Support, Self-Efficacy, Outcome Expectations, and Self-Regulation

The Internet program was described as including a walking program “designed for you every step of the way,” a nutrition program “tailored to your needs and preferences,” and a “free pedometer and digital scale.”

Eileen Smith Anderson-Bill, Richard A. Winett, Janet R. Wojcik

J Med Internet Res 2011;13(1):e28


Using Computational Approaches to Improve Risk-Stratified Patient Management: Rationale and Methods

Using Computational Approaches to Improve Risk-Stratified Patient Management: Rationale and Methods

); (2) the logarithm of the number of specific procedures performed by a physician; (3) the mean outcome of a physician’s patients with a specific disease (if a physician does not have enough patients with a specific disease, we will set the disease’s mean

Gang Luo, Bryan L Stone, Farrant Sakaguchi, Xiaoming Sheng, Maureen A Murtaugh

JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(4):e128


From Passive Patient to Engaged Partner: My Journey With Parkinson Disease

From Passive Patient to Engaged Partner: My Journey With Parkinson Disease

I received an initial diagnosis of Parkinson disease (PD) and was referred to a movement disorder specialist for confirmation. They said it was not PD and sent me back to the first neurologist. He then gave me a tentative diagnosis of a parkinsonism.

Richard Higgins, Maureen Hennessey

J Participat Med 2020;12(2):e12566