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Who Follows eHealth Interventions as Recommended? A Study of Participants' Personal Characteristics From the Experimental Arm of a Randomized Controlled Trial

Who Follows eHealth Interventions as Recommended? A Study of Participants' Personal Characteristics From the Experimental Arm of a Randomized Controlled Trial

New e Health interventions are an important tool to improve public health by providing people with information, skills, and support needed for a positive health-related lifestyle change [1,2].

Dominique A Reinwand, Daniela N Schulz, Rik Crutzen, Stef PJ Kremers, Hein de Vries

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(5):e115


The Influence of User Characteristics and a Periodic Email Prompt on Exposure to an Internet-Delivered Computer-Tailored Lifestyle Program

The Influence of User Characteristics and a Periodic Email Prompt on Exposure to an Internet-Delivered Computer-Tailored Lifestyle Program

details on treatment-related issues, and information on health promotion practices, such as programs that offer information and advice on lifestyle behaviors [3].

Francine Schneider, Liesbeth van Osch, Daniela N Schulz, Stef PJ Kremers, Hein de Vries

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(2):e40


The Messages Presented in Electronic Cigarette–Related Social Media Promotions and Discussion: Scoping Review

The Messages Presented in Electronic Cigarette–Related Social Media Promotions and Discussion: Scoping Review

These companies have benefited from large advertising and marketing budgets, which enable promotion across the World Wide Web [20].

Kahlia McCausland, Bruce Maycock, Tama Leaver, Jonine Jancey

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(2):e11953


The Antecedents and Consequences of Health Care Professional–Patient Online Interactions: Systematic Review

The Antecedents and Consequences of Health Care Professional–Patient Online Interactions: Systematic Review

For HCPs, patient education, career needs, and self-promotion were found to be the main factors that triggered them to participate in online interaction.

Lili Shang, Meiyun Zuo, Dan Ma, Qinjun Yu

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(9):e13940