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Uptake and Acceptability of Information and Communication Technology in a Community-Based Cohort of People Who Inject Drugs: Implications for Mobile Health Interventions

Uptake and Acceptability of Information and Communication Technology in a Community-Based Cohort of People Who Inject Drugs: Implications for Mobile Health Interventions

Chi-squared tests were used to assess whether any individual characteristics were associated with phone ownership and Web use, assuming that a p-value less than or equal to 0.05 indicated a statistically significant bivariate association.Using logistic regression

Andrew Genz, Gregory Kirk, Damani Piggott, Shruti H Mehta, Beth S Linas, Ryan P Westergaard

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(2):e70


Computerized Tailored Interventions to Enhance Prevention and Screening for Hepatitis C Virus Among People Who Inject Drugs: Protocol for a Randomized Pilot Study

Computerized Tailored Interventions to Enhance Prevention and Screening for Hepatitis C Virus Among People Who Inject Drugs: Protocol for a Randomized Pilot Study

For all tests, a 2-sided P value of less than .05 is considered statistically significant. Between September 2014 and April 2015, 235 people completed the baseline survey. Baseline descriptive characteristics of the sample are displayed in Table 2.

Ryan P Westergaard, Shawnika J Hull, Alana Merkow, Laura K Stephens, Karli R Hochstatter, Heidi K Olson-Streed, Lisa M Baker, Timothy M Hess

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(1):e15


How Doctors View and Use Social Media: A National Survey

How Doctors View and Use Social Media: A National Survey

General practitioners were far more likely than specialist physicians to speak with their patients about Internet usage and online resources (44/46, 95.7% vs 43/72, 59.7%, P=.005).

James Brown, Christopher Ryan, Anthony Harris

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(12):e267