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Tools for the Diagnosis of Herpes Simplex Virus 1/2: Systematic Review of Studies Published Between 2012 and 2018

Tools for the Diagnosis of Herpes Simplex Virus 1/2: Systematic Review of Studies Published Between 2012 and 2018

Molecular assays for detection of HSVRoche HSV-1/2 ASR (Roche Diagnostics, Indianapolis)Miller et al [38]United StatesProspectiveHSV-1, HSV-2179Genital herpesIDbox HSV-1/2 assay (GenturaDx)Molecular assays for detection of HSVCulture; MultiCode HSV PCRParra-Sánchez

Zeeshaan Arshad, Abrar Alturkistani, David Brindley, Ching Lam, Kimberley Foley, Edward Meinert

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2019;5(2):e14216

Interaction Patterns of Men Who Have Sex With Men on a Geosocial Networking Mobile App in Seven United States Metropolitan Areas: Observational Study

Interaction Patterns of Men Who Have Sex With Men on a Geosocial Networking Mobile App in Seven United States Metropolitan Areas: Observational Study

Boston had the largest proportion of white searchers (20.98%, 923/4400) and the second highest proportion of Asian searchers (22.52%, 991/4400) behind San Francisco (36.02%, 3902/10,833).

Nadia N Abuelezam, Yakir A Reshef, David Novak, Yonatan Hagai Grad, George R Seage III, Kenneth Mayer, Marc Lipsitch

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(9):e13766

Disparities in Patient-Reported Interest in Web-Based Patient Portals: Survey at an Urban Academic Safety-Net Hospital

Disparities in Patient-Reported Interest in Web-Based Patient Portals: Survey at an Urban Academic Safety-Net Hospital

The University of California San Francisco Institutional Review Board approved this study.ResultsDemographicsAmong 16,507 unique patients, the average age was 53 years (SD 19.17): 42.16% (6960/16,507) were women, 26.43% (4362/16,507) white, 28.02% (4625/16,507

Shobha Sadasivaiah, Courtney R Lyles, Stephen Kiyoi, Piera Wong, Neda Ratanawongsa

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(3):e11421

Evaluation of a Health Information Technology–Enabled Collective Intelligence Platform to Improve Diagnosis in Primary Care and Urgent Care Settings: Protocol for a Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial

Evaluation of a Health Information Technology–Enabled Collective Intelligence Platform to Improve Diagnosis in Primary Care and Urgent Care Settings: Protocol for a Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial

ApprovalThis study was reviewed and approved by the institutional review board at the University of California, San Francisco.MethodsSetting and Study PopulationWe will use a convenience sampling approach to recruit primary care and urgent care clinicians in San Francisco

Valy Fontil, Elaine C Khoong, Mekhala Hoskote, Kate Radcliffe, Neda Ratanawongsa, Courtney Rees Lyles, Urmimala Sarkar

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(8):e13151