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Correction: Unibody Endograft Using AFX 2 for Less Invasive and Faster Endovascular Aortic Repair: Protocol for a Multicenter Nonrandomized Study

Correction: Unibody Endograft Using AFX 2 for Less Invasive and Faster Endovascular Aortic Repair: Protocol for a Multicenter Nonrandomized Study

Pietro Volpe.The Collaborator List was initially published as follows:The LIVE Study Collaborators are as follows: Giancarlo Accarino; Dimitri Apostolou; Guido Bajardi; Stefano Bartoli; Filippo Benedetto; Franco Briolini; Stefano Camparini; Emidio Costantini; Giovanni

Roberto Silingardi, Pasqualino Sirignano, Francesco Andreoli, Wassim Mansour, Mattia Migliari, Francesco Speziale, LIVE Study Collaborators

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(6):e20698

Challenges and Recommendations for the Deployment of Information and Communication Technology Solutions for Informal Caregivers: Scoping Review

Challenges and Recommendations for the Deployment of Information and Communication Technology Solutions for Informal Caregivers: Scoping Review

Informal caregivers who care for old people save Canada’s health care system between $24 to $31 billion annually [10].Lamura et al [11,12] pointed to the importance of novel technology solutions as a promising approach for empowering and supporting informal

Alhassan Yosri Ibrahim Hassan

JMIR Aging 2020;3(2):e20310

Internet-Based Birth-Cohort Studies: Is This the Future for Epidemiology?

Internet-Based Birth-Cohort Studies: Is This the Future for Epidemiology?

The original study protocol and subsequent amendments have been approved by the Ethical Committee of the San Giovanni Battista Hospital—CTO/CRF/Maria Adelaide Hospital, Turin, Italy.

Ridvan Firestone, Soo Cheng, Neil Pearce, Jeroen Douwes, Franco Merletti, Costanza Pizzi, Emanuele Pivetta, Franca Rusconi, Lorenzo Richiardi

JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(2):e71

Questionnaire Breakoff and Item Nonresponse in Web-Based Questionnaires: Multilevel Analysis of Person-Level and Item Design Factors in a Birth Cohort

Questionnaire Breakoff and Item Nonresponse in Web-Based Questionnaires: Multilevel Analysis of Person-Level and Item Design Factors in a Birth Cohort

The ethical committees of the San Giovanni Battista Hospital and the Orthopedic Traumatology Center, Functional Re-education Center, Maria Adelaide Hospital, Turin, Italy (approval #0048362 and following amendments) approved the study, and all participants

Cauane Blumenberg, Daniela Zugna, Maja Popovic, Costanza Pizzi, Aluisio J D Barros, Lorenzo Richiardi

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(12):e11046