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Reaction on Twitter to a Cluster of Perinatal Deaths: A Mixed Method Study

Reaction on Twitter to a Cluster of Perinatal Deaths: A Mixed Method Study

IntroductionDuring pregnancy women are invested in seeking out a considerable amount of information in relation to pregnancy and the services that are available to them [1].

Sarah Meaney, Leanne Cussen, Richard A Greene, Keelin O'Donoghue

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2016;2(2):e36

Cloud Based Surveys to Assess Patient Perceptions of Health Care: 1000 Respondents in 3 days for US $300

Cloud Based Surveys to Assess Patient Perceptions of Health Care: 1000 Respondents in 3 days for US $300

For our survey, we listed the keywords “answers, survey, experiment, medicine, questionnaire, miscarriage, simple, quick, fun, money, and pregnancy”.

Jonah Bardos, Jenna Friedenthal, Jessica Spiegelman, Zev Williams

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(3):e166

Perceptions of Patient Engagement Applications During Pregnancy: A Qualitative Assessment of the Patient’s Perspective

Perceptions of Patient Engagement Applications During Pregnancy: A Qualitative Assessment of the Patient’s Perspective

What should pregnancy applications provide to meet pregnant women’s expectations and to improve pregnancy care?What kind of incentives must be offered to pregnant women to use Web-based or mobile pregnancy applications regularly?

Maren Goetz, Mitho Müller, Lina Maria Matthies, Jenny Hansen, Anne Doster, Akos Szabo, Jan Pauluschke-Fröhlich, Harald Abele, Christof Sohn, Markus Wallwiener, Stephanie Wallwiener

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(5):e73

“You Sort of Go Down a Rabbit Hole...You’re Just Going to Keep on Searching”: A Qualitative Study of Searching Online for Pregnancy-Related Information During Pregnancy

“You Sort of Go Down a Rabbit Hole...You’re Just Going to Keep on Searching”: A Qualitative Study of Searching Online for Pregnancy-Related Information During Pregnancy

Research suggests that health anxiety is not elevated during pregnancy, although health anxiety is higher for those women who have experienced complications during pregnancy [6].As women utilize the Web for health information more so than men, and pregnancy

Julie Prescott, Lynn Mackie

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(6):e194

Pregnant Women’s Views on the Feasibility and Acceptability of Web-Based Mental Health E-Screening Versus Paper-Based Screening: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Pregnant Women’s Views on the Feasibility and Acceptability of Web-Based Mental Health E-Screening Versus Paper-Based Screening: A Randomized Controlled Trial

IntroductionThe Need for Mental Health ScreeningDepression and anxiety are among the most common morbidities in pregnancy, with prevalence rates of 13%-29% [1-3], and are the leading causes of maternal mortality in Western countries [4].

Dawn Kingston, Marie-Paule Austin, Sander Veldhuyzen van Zanten, Paula Harvalik, Rebecca Giallo, Sarah D McDonald, Glenda MacQueen, Lydia Vermeyden, Gerri Lasiuk, Wendy Sword, Anne Biringer

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(4):e88

The Effectiveness of a Guided Internet-Based Tool for the Treatment of Depression and Anxiety in Pregnancy (MamaKits Online): Randomized Controlled Trial

The Effectiveness of a Guided Internet-Based Tool for the Treatment of Depression and Anxiety in Pregnancy (MamaKits Online): Randomized Controlled Trial

However, the implementation of effective treatment interventions is often hampered by factors relating to the pregnancy, for example, nonrecognition of the symptoms because of overlapping symptomatology with pregnancy itself [18], or by feelings of stigmatization

Hanna M Heller, Adriaan W Hoogendoorn, Adriaan Honig, Birit FP Broekman, Annemieke van Straten

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(3):e15172

Factors Related to User Ratings and User Downloads of Mobile Apps for Maternal and Infant Health: Cross-Sectional Study

Factors Related to User Ratings and User Downloads of Mobile Apps for Maternal and Infant Health: Cross-Sectional Study

Recently, mHealth apps have gained popularity in providing pregnancy information with easy access at little or no cost, and women are increasingly using these platforms to meet information needs during pregnancy [8-11].

Rizwana Biviji, Joshua R Vest, Brian E Dixon, Theresa Cullen, Christopher A Harle

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(1):e15663