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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


Harnessing the Social Web for Health and Wellness: Issues for Research and Knowledge Translation

Harnessing the Social Web for Health and Wellness: Issues for Research and Knowledge Translation

Introduction The Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) has recently published a small theme issue with three papers that emerged from a workshop on social media [1-3].

Kendall Ho, Peter Wall Workshop Participants

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(2):e34


Redesign and Validation of Sisom, an Interactive Assessment and Communication Tool for Children With Cancer

Redesign and Validation of Sisom, an Interactive Assessment and Communication Tool for Children With Cancer

Every symptom and problem was represented by an animation, a brief statement (also spoken by a cartoon nurse), and the assessment item “How much of a problem?” [16].

Susann Arvidsson, Britt-Mari Gilljam, Jens Nygren, Cornelia Maria Ruland, Trude Nordby-Bøe, Petra Svedberg

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(2):e76


Development of Trust in an Online Breast Cancer Forum: A Qualitative Study

Development of Trust in an Online Breast Cancer Forum: A Qualitative Study

These studies have tended to regard trust either as a variable that can influence sharing or a behavioral outcome between and among forum users.

Melanie Lovatt, Peter A Bath, Julie Ellis

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(5):e175


A Patient Registry for the Management of Uterine Fibroids in Canada: Protocol for a Multicenter, Prospective, Noninterventional Study

A Patient Registry for the Management of Uterine Fibroids in Canada: Protocol for a Multicenter, Prospective, Noninterventional Study

A patient will be considered to have missed a study visit after all efforts have been made by site personnel to contact the patient to reschedule within 1 month of the missed appointment.

Mohamed A Bedaiwy, Peter Janiszewski, Sukhbir S Singh, CAPTURE Steering Committee

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(11):e10926