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Mobile Health Apps for Improvement of Tuberculosis Treatment: Descriptive Review

Mobile Health Apps for Improvement of Tuberculosis Treatment: Descriptive Review

The app development was initiated by Richard Garfein from the University of California San Diego, USA. The app is compatible with Apple and Android and must be purchased.

Lina Keutzer, Sebastian G Wicha, Ulrika SH Simonsson

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(4):e17246

Online Lectures in Undergraduate Medical Education: Scoping Review

Online Lectures in Undergraduate Medical Education: Scoping Review

These design principles initially emerged from educational psychology literature, as described by Richard Mayer’s Theory of Multimedia Learning.

Brandon Tang, Alon Coret, Aatif Qureshi, Henry Barron, Ana Patricia Ayala, Marcus Law

JMIR Med Educ 2018;4(1):e11

Correction: Non-Hispanic White Mothers’ Willingness to Share Personal Health Data With Researchers: Survey Results From an Opt-in Panel

Correction: Non-Hispanic White Mothers’ Willingness to Share Personal Health Data With Researchers: Survey Results From an Opt-in Panel

Authors were listed as follows on the published manuscript:Adam Bouras1,2, MSHI, MHA, MSc; Eduardo Simoes1,2, MD, MPH; Suzanne Boren1,2, PhD; Lanis Hicks1,2, PhD; Iris Zachary1, PhD; Satvinder Dhingra3, MPH; Richard Ellis3, BScThis was incomplete, and has been

Adam Bouras, Eduardo J Simoes, Suzanne Boren, Lanis Hicks, Iris Zachary, Christoph Buck, Satvinder Dhingra, Richard Ellis

J Participat Med 2020;12(4):e24183

From Passive Patient to Engaged Partner: My Journey With Parkinson Disease

From Passive Patient to Engaged Partner: My Journey With Parkinson Disease

Patient Essay by Richard HigginsMy DiagnosisIn the spring of 2009, after falling down the stairs several times within a week, I knew something was wrong. I needed to find out what it was.

Richard Higgins, Maureen Hennessey

J Participat Med 2020;12(2):e12566

eHealth Technologies, Multimorbidity, and the Office Visit: Qualitative Interview Study on the Perspectives of Physicians and Nurses

eHealth Technologies, Multimorbidity, and the Office Visit: Qualitative Interview Study on the Perspectives of Physicians and Nurses

For example, Jocelyn mentioned the necessity of building patient understanding of their health conditions to improve treatment adherence (Textbox 4).Richard and Donna saw this approach as essential for countering misconceptions about a medication that was frightening

Graham G Macdonald, Anne F Townsend, Paul Adam, Linda C Li, Sheila Kerr, Michael McDonald, Catherine L Backman

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(1):e31

Quality Management, Certification and Rating of Health Information on the Net with MedCERTAIN:  Using a medPICS/RDF/XML metadata structure for implementing eHealth ethics and creating trust globally

Quality Management, Certification and Rating of Health Information on the Net with MedCERTAIN: Using a medPICS/RDF/XML metadata structure for implementing eHealth ethics and creating trust globally

Brandt (NetDoktor.com, Denmark), Dan Brickley (MedCERTAIN, United Kingdom), Alejandro Cacherosky (Buenos Aires Health Secretariat, Argentina), Ken Campell (Leukaemia Research Fund, United Kingdom), Richard Cleland (Federal Trade Comission, U.S.A.), Phil Cross

Gunther Eysenbach, Gabriel Yihune, Kristian Lampe, Phil Cross, Dan Brickley

J Med Internet Res 2000;2(suppl2):e1

Measuring Patient Acceptance and Use of a Personal Health Network Application for Chemotherapy Care Coordination

Measuring Patient Acceptance and Use of a Personal Health Network Application for Chemotherapy Care Coordination

DavisSacramento, CAUnited States2School of MedicineUniversity of California DavisSacramento, CAUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Katherine K Kim kathykim@ucdavis.eduJul-Dec20181709201842e1139625620182982018©Katherine K Kim, Janice F Bell, Jill G Joseph, Richard

Katherine K Kim, Janice F Bell, Jill G Joseph, Richard J Bold

iproc 2018;4(2):e11396

Impact of Early Electronic Prescribing on Pharmacists’ Clarification Calls in Four Community Pharmacies Located in St John’s, Newfoundland

Impact of Early Electronic Prescribing on Pharmacists’ Clarification Calls in Four Community Pharmacies Located in St John’s, Newfoundland

Using this tool, pharmacists were asked to document the prescription type received (handwritten or EMR generated), how the prescription arrived at the pharmacy (brought in by the patient or faxed), name of drug(s) prescribed, which drug(s) required clarification

Jennifer L Phillips, Jennifer M Shea, Valerie Leung, Don MacDonald

JMIR Med Inform 2015;3(1):e2