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Metadata Correction: Direct Adherence Measurement Using an Ingestible Sensor Compared With Self-Reporting in High-Risk Cardiovascular Disease Patients Who Knew They Were Being Measured: Prospective Intervention

Metadata Correction: Direct Adherence Measurement Using an Ingestible Sensor Compared With Self-Reporting in High-Risk Cardiovascular Disease Patients Who Knew They Were Being Measured: Prospective Intervention

Thompson et al, “Direct Adherence Measurement Using an Ingestible Sensor Compared With Self-Reporting in High-Risk Cardiovascular Disease Patients Who Knew They Were Being Measured: A Prospective Intervention” (JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(6):e76), author Nicholas

David Thompson, Teresa Mackay, Maria Matthews, Judith Edwards, Nicholas S Peters, Susan B Connolly

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(4):e13


Examining the Use of an Open Digital Health Library for Professionals

Examining the Use of an Open Digital Health Library for Professionals

Nicholas et al [11] and Cronk [12] have shown that there is a difference in the time of day when PC users visit a website and when mobile users visit the same site, and the difference is the same as we found: PCs peak in office hours and mobile phones peak

Runar Eggen, Kjell Tjensvoll, Magne Nylenna

JMIR Res Protoc 2014;3(4):e66


The Impact of Search Engine Selection and Sorting Criteria on Vaccination Beliefs and Attitudes: Two Experiments Manipulating Google Output

The Impact of Search Engine Selection and Sorting Criteria on Vaccination Beliefs and Attitudes: Two Experiments Manipulating Google Output

Jonckheere’s test revealed a significant trend in the data: the more participants were exposed to antivaccination websites, the lower the median of knowledge (J=4783.5, z=−2.142, P=.03).

Ahmed Allam, Peter Johannes Schulz, Kent Nakamoto

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(4):e100