Published on in Vol 6, No 12 (2018): December

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10742, first published .
Assessing the Efficacy of an Educational Smartphone or Tablet App With Subdivided and Interactive Content to Increase Patients’ Medical Knowledge: Randomized Controlled Trial

Assessing the Efficacy of an Educational Smartphone or Tablet App With Subdivided and Interactive Content to Increase Patients’ Medical Knowledge: Randomized Controlled Trial

Assessing the Efficacy of an Educational Smartphone or Tablet App With Subdivided and Interactive Content to Increase Patients’ Medical Knowledge: Randomized Controlled Trial

Thomas Timmers 1, 2, MSc;  Loes Janssen 3, PhD;  Yvette Pronk 4, MSc;  Babette C van der Zwaard 5, PhD;  Sander Koëter 6, MD, PhD;  Dirk van Oostveen 5, MD;  Stefan de Boer 3, MD;  Keetie Kremers 6, MPA;  Sebastiaan Rutten 4, MD;  Dirk Das 7, MD;  Rutger CI van Geenen 8, MD, PhD;  Koen LM Koenraadt 8, PhD;  Rob Kusters 9, Prof Dr;  Walter van der Weegen 7, PhD

1 Interactive Studios , Rosmalen , NL

2 Radboud University Medical Center, IQ Healthcare , Nijmegen , NL

3 VieCuri Medical Centre , Venlo , NL

4 Kliniek ViaSana , Mill , NL

5 Jeroen Bosch Ziekenhuis , s-Hertogenbosch , NL

6 Canisius-Wilhelmina Hospital , Nijmegen , NL

7 Sint Anna Ziekenhuis , Geldrop , NL

8 Amphia Hospital , Breda , NL

9 Open University of The Netherlands , Heerlen , NL

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