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Evaluation of the Adoption of a Connected Device to Monitor and improve patient’s adherence and persistence to therapy using real-world data

Evaluation of the Adoption of a Connected Device to Monitor and improve patient’s adherence and persistence to therapy using real-world data

dataBrownJulieKellyLaraMSc (BiomedEng), BA, BAI (MechEng)1HealthBeaconUnit 20 Naas Road Business ParkDublinIreland+35 31 450 8480lara.kelly@healthbeacon.comZalkikarAkshay DattatrayBE, MSc1ArmstrongJohn GFRCPI, MD, DABR, FFRRCSI11HealthBeaconDublinIrelandCorresponding Author: Lara Kelly

Lara Kelly, Akshay Dattatray Zalkikar, Professor John. G Armstrong

iproc 2019;5(1):e15227

Attitudes of Nurses Towards Searching Online for Medical Information for Personal Health Needs: Cross-Sectional Questionnaire Study

Attitudes of Nurses Towards Searching Online for Medical Information for Personal Health Needs: Cross-Sectional Questionnaire Study

The questionnaire was developed by Kelly et al [34] and verified by Kelly et al [33], with internal subscale consistency ranging from .77 to .92 (Table 1).The questionnaire includes two parts.

Avi Zigdon, Tamar Zigdon, Daniel Sender Moran

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(3):e16133

Improving Care in the Pediatric Emergency Department With Virtual Reality

Improving Care in the Pediatric Emergency Department With Virtual Reality

Cotten cotten@msu.eduJul-Dec20181709201842e117962820182982018©Jessica DeClercq, Marie Bowen, Shelia R Cotten, Aileen Hansen, Kelly Hebert, Jodi Nohel, Kristin Weber, Karl Engler, Kathy Marble.

Jessica DeClercq, Marie Bowen, Shelia R. Cotten, Aileen Hansen, Kelly Hebert, Jodi Nohel, Kristin Weber, Karl Engler, Kathy Marble

iproc 2018;4(2):e11796

A Smartphone App to Leverage Positive Psychology to Support Smoking Cessation in Nondaily Smokers: Results of SiS Study 1

A Smartphone App to Leverage Positive Psychology to Support Smoking Cessation in Nondaily Smokers: Results of SiS Study 1

Center for Addiction MedicineHarvard Medical SchoolMassachusetts General HospitalBoston, MAUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Bettina Hoeppner bhoeppner@mgh.harvard.eduJul-Dec20181709201842e117621820182982018©Bettina Hoeppner, Susanne Hoeppner, John Kelly

Bettina Hoeppner, Susanne Hoeppner, John Kelly

iproc 2018;4(2):e11762

Co-Designing a Web-Based Decision Aid Tool for Employees Disclosure of Mental Health Conditions: A Participatory Study Design Using Employee and Organizational Preferences

Co-Designing a Web-Based Decision Aid Tool for Employees Disclosure of Mental Health Conditions: A Participatory Study Design Using Employee and Organizational Preferences

This tool, CORAL (Conceal or ReveAL), developed and evaluated by Henderson et al [14] was the first intervention to support decision making about disclosure in the employment context.

Elizabeth Stratton, Isabella Choi, Dorian Peters, Rafael A Calvo, Samuel B Harvey, Nicholas Glozier

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(11):e23337