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Electronic Health Literacy Across the Lifespan: Measurement Invariance Study

Electronic Health Literacy Across the Lifespan: Measurement Invariance Study

Millennials (18-35-year-olds), however, continue to adopt the Internet at a more rapid rate than members of Generation X (36-51-year-olds), Baby Boomers (52-70-year-olds), and the Silent Generation (71-115-year-olds) [4].

Samantha R Paige, M David Miller, Janice L Krieger, Michael Stellefson, JeeWon Cheong

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(7):e10434

Desirable Components for a Customized, Home-Based, Digital Care-Management App for Children and Young People With Long-Term, Chronic Conditions: A Qualitative Exploration

Desirable Components for a Customized, Home-Based, Digital Care-Management App for Children and Young People With Long-Term, Chronic Conditions: A Qualitative Exploration

A growing volume of literature on the self-management support needs of 5-18-year-olds with long-term conditions [1,3,4] indicates poor outcomes compared to other patient groups [5].

Ruth Nightingale, Andrew Hall, Carole Gelder, Simone Friedl, Eileen Brennan, Veronica Swallow

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(7):e235

Web-Based Recruiting for Health Research Using a Social Networking Site: An Exploratory Study

Web-Based Recruiting for Health Research Using a Social Networking Site: An Exploratory Study

A recent survey reported that 93% of 12- to 17-year-olds and 89% of 18- to 24-year-olds in the United States had access to the Internet [6], and the majority of these young people used the Internet daily [7].

Yeshe Fenner, Suzanne M Garland, Elya E Moore, Yasmin Jayasinghe, Ashley Fletcher, Sepehr N Tabrizi, Bharathy Gunasekaran, John D Wark

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(1):e20

Mobile Phone Access and Implications for Digital Health Interventions Among Adolescents and Young Adults in Zimbabwe: Cross-Sectional Survey

Mobile Phone Access and Implications for Digital Health Interventions Among Adolescents and Young Adults in Zimbabwe: Cross-Sectional Survey

In this high HIV prevalence setting approximately half of all HIV-positive 15-24-year olds are unaware of their status [5] and use of preventive services such as contraception and voluntary male circumcision fall below national targets [6].The aim of this study

Aoife M Doyle, Tsitsi Bandason, Ethel Dauya, Grace McHugh, Chris Grundy, Stefanie Dringus, Chido Dziva Chikwari, Rashida A Ferrand

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2021;9(1):e21244

Feasibility of Using a Multilingual Web Survey in Studying the Health of Ethnic Minority Youth

Feasibility of Using a Multilingual Web Survey in Studying the Health of Ethnic Minority Youth

whose registry-based mother tongue was other than one of the two official languages in Finland were drawn from the Population Register Centre, Finland, in 2010 (16-year olds) and 2011 (14-year olds).

Jaana Maarit Kinnunen, Maili Malin, Susanna Ulrika Raisamo, Pirjo Liisa Lindfors, Lasse Antero Pere, Arja Hannele Rimpelä

JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(2):e53