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Psychological Impact of Health Risk Communication and Social Media on College Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Cross-Sectional Study

Psychological Impact of Health Risk Communication and Social Media on College Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Cross-Sectional Study

In addition, in a study by Gao et al [31], 82% of participants were found to frequently engage with social media. In addition to mainstream media, websites release and transfer COVID-19–related information [10].

Mengyao Li, Li Liu, Yilong Yang, Yang Wang, Xiaoshi Yang, Hui Wu

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(11):e20656

The Association Between the Use of Antenatal Care Smartphone Apps in Pregnant Women and Antenatal Depression: Cross-Sectional Study

The Association Between the Use of Antenatal Care Smartphone Apps in Pregnant Women and Antenatal Depression: Cross-Sectional Study

They mainly lived in a city, were nonmigrants, had a family monthly income of 5000-10,000 yuan (US $785-1570), and had completed undergraduate or college education.

Yushi Mo, Wenjie Gong, Joyce Wang, Xiaoqi Sheng, Dong R Xu

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(11):e11508

Consistently Increasing Numbers of Online Ratings of Healthcare in England

Consistently Increasing Numbers of Online Ratings of Healthcare in England

In a recent JMIR paper, Gao and colleagues demonstrated the growing number of internet-based ratings of physicians on a commercially-owned website in the USA [1].In England, in keeping with our National Health Service, we have a government run website that

Felix Greaves, Christopher Millett

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(3):e94

Wearable Technology Acceptance in Health Care Based on National Culture Differences: Cross-Country Analysis Between Chinese and Swiss Consumers

Wearable Technology Acceptance in Health Care Based on National Culture Differences: Cross-Country Analysis Between Chinese and Swiss Consumers

Gao et al [6] developed an integrated framework comprehensively examining wearable technology acceptance in health care (WTAH) by combining the theories described above [18,19].

Dong Yang Meier, Petra Barthelmess, Wei Sun, Florian Liberatore

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e18801

Using the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) to Investigate the Intention to Use Physical Activity Apps: Cross-Sectional Survey

Using the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) to Investigate the Intention to Use Physical Activity Apps: Cross-Sectional Survey

Financial reimbursement of 25 yuan (US $4) per hour was provided to them as compensation for their time.Theoretical FrameworkAccording to UTAUT, a commonly used theory for identifying determinants of intention to use health technologies [29], direct determinants

Di Liu, Remina Maimaitijiang, Jing Gu, Shuyi Zhong, Mengping Zhou, Ziyue Wu, Ao Luo, Cong Lu, Yuantao Hao

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(9):e13127

Internet Hospitals in China: Cross-Sectional Survey

Internet Hospitals in China: Cross-Sectional Survey

The market for Chinese Internet medical services was 11.4 billion yuan (US $1.7 billion) in 2014 and 15.7 billion yuan in 2015, with an increase of 37.7% [3].

Xiaoxu Xie, Weimin Zhou, Lingyan Lin, Si Fan, Fen Lin, Long Wang, Tongjun Guo, Chuyang Ma, Jingkun Zhang, Yuan He, Yixin Chen

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(7):e239

Quality of Online Pharmacies and Websites Selling Prescription Drugs: A Systematic Review

Quality of Online Pharmacies and Websites Selling Prescription Drugs: A Systematic Review

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) [72,73] found the collaboration of licensed physicians, although when they verified these licenses [72] almost all of them were nonexistent or not valid for all the US states where they were declared to be.

Grazia Orizio, Anna Merla, Peter J Schulz, Umberto Gelatti

J Med Internet Res 2011;13(3):e74

An Analysis of Online Evaluations on a Physician Rating Website: Evidence From a German Public Reporting Instrument

An Analysis of Online Evaluations on a Physician Rating Website: Evidence From a German Public Reporting Instrument

For example, Gao and colleagues showed that 16% of US physicians received an online review on RateMDs in the period between 2005 and 2010 [27].

Martin Emmert, Florian Meier

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(8):e157

Unfolding the Determinants of COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance in China

Unfolding the Determinants of COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance in China

production at any time#45.5August 5#Half of the COVID-19 vaccines in Phase III clinical trials come from China#150.6August 7#Gates required the COVID-19 vaccine to be priced below $3#963.7August 8#Research Institute refutes rumors of COVID-19 vaccine 498 yuan

Fulian Yin, Zhaoliang Wu, Xinyu Xia, Meiqi Ji, Yanyan Wang, Zhiwen Hu

J Med Internet Res 2021;23(1):e26089