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Perceived Patient-Provider Communication Quality and Sociodemographic Factors Associated With Watching Health-Related Videos on YouTube: A Cross-Sectional Analysis

Perceived Patient-Provider Communication Quality and Sociodemographic Factors Associated With Watching Health-Related Videos on YouTube: A Cross-Sectional Analysis

Those who watched a health-related video on You Tube had a lower mean composite score for patient-provider communication compared to those who did not report watching a video (mean 23.1, SE 0.2 vs mean 24.2, SE 0.1; t49=−3.74, P In the first multivariable logistic

Aisha Langford, Stacy Loeb

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(5):e13512


Integrating Patient-Generated Health Data Into Clinical Care Settings or Clinical Decision-Making: Lessons Learned From Project HealthDesign

Integrating Patient-Generated Health Data Into Clinical Care Settings or Clinical Decision-Making: Lessons Learned From Project HealthDesign

PGHD is also distinguished from EMA, which is a data collection method where study participants repeatedly report on, for instance, a symptom or behavior [19].

Deborah J Cohen, Sara R Keller, Gillian R Hayes, David A Dorr, Joan S Ash, Dean F Sittig

JMIR Hum Factors 2016;3(2):e26


Information Architecture of Web-Based Interventions to Improve Health Outcomes: Systematic Review

Information Architecture of Web-Based Interventions to Improve Health Outcomes: Systematic Review

Users of websites with a tunnel design navigate in a sequential fashion to optimize the ordering of information and maximize the effectiveness of the site, in much the same way that one would read a novel or watch a television series from start to finish [1

Jillian Pugatch, Emily Grenen, Stacy Surla, Mary Schwarz, Heather Cole-Lewis

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(3):e97


Mind the Gap: Social Media Engagement by Public Health Researchers

Mind the Gap: Social Media Engagement by Public Health Researchers

In a survey of patients from a primary care internal medicine private practice, 53.5% of respondents said they used the Internet to find medical information [3].

Brett Keller, Alain Labrique, Kriti M Jain, Andrew Pekosz, Orin Levine

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(1):e8