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“Please Don’t Send Us Spam!” A Participative, Theory-Based Methodology for Developing an mHealth Intervention

“Please Don’t Send Us Spam!” A Participative, Theory-Based Methodology for Developing an mHealth Intervention

Of these, 5 were Muslim and the rest were Christian. All were Coloured except for 2, who were foreign nationals staying in the area. We recruited men who had completed their 6-week wound-healing period during the previous month.

Yoesrie Toefy, Donald Skinner, Sarah Thomsen

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(3):e100


A Website Supporting Sensitive Religious and Cultural Advance Care Planning (ACPTalk): Formative and Summative Evaluation

A Website Supporting Sensitive Religious and Cultural Advance Care Planning (ACPTalk): Formative and Summative Evaluation

Following pretesting with a religious leader of Christian and non-Christian faith, interviews with religious and cultural leaders were voice recorded and transcribed verbatim.

Amanda Pereira-Salgado, Patrick Mader, Clare O' Callaghan, Leanne Boyd

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(4):e78


Technical and Psychosocial Challenges of mHealth Usage for Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Among People Living With HIV in a Resource-Limited Setting: Case Series

Technical and Psychosocial Challenges of mHealth Usage for Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Among People Living With HIV in a Resource-Limited Setting: Case Series

Our ongoing, parallel-group, 3-arm randomized controlled trial (REMIND Study) has enrolled adults living with HIV from the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre and the Majengo Health Centre, 2 specialized HIV care and treatment centers in Moshi, Tanzania.

Kennedy Michael Ngowi, Furaha Lyamuya, Blandina T Mmbaga, Eva Muro, Zawadiel Hillu, Mary Shirima, Rob E Aarnoutse, Mirjam AG Sprangers, Pythia T Nieuwkerk, Peter Reiss, Marion Sumari-de Boer

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(6):e14649


Asynchronous Distance Learning of the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale During the COVID-19 Pandemic (E-Learning vs Video): Randomized Controlled Trial

Asynchronous Distance Learning of the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale During the COVID-19 Pandemic (E-Learning vs Video): Randomized Controlled Trial

Asynchronous distance learning using these methods has yielded mixed results, probably due to differences in the quality of the content and the mode of delivery [21].Since the release of Patrick Lyden’s didactic video in 1994 [22], the development of NIHSS

Mélanie Suppan, Loric Stuby, Emmanuel Carrera, Philippe Cottet, Avinash Koka, Frédéric Assal, Georges Louis Savoldelli, Laurent Suppan

J Med Internet Res 2021;23(1):e23594


Smart, Remote, and Targeted Health Care Facilitation Through Connected Health: Qualitative Study

Smart, Remote, and Targeted Health Care Facilitation Through Connected Health: Qualitative Study

GP)33Health care providers, 9 (41)Taoyuan Fu Hsing Township Health StationFemaleHead Nurse34Health care providers, 9 (41)Taipei Medical University, Telehealth & Telecare CenterFemaleDirector or Health Management35Health care providers, 9 (41)Mennonite Christian

Sonia Chien-I Chen, Ridong Hu, Rodney McAdam

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(4):e14201


Effectiveness of One-Way Text Messaging on Attendance to Follow-Up Cervical Cancer Screening Among Human Papillomavirus–Positive Tanzanian Women (Connected2Care): Parallel-Group Randomized Controlled Trial

Effectiveness of One-Way Text Messaging on Attendance to Follow-Up Cervical Cancer Screening Among Human Papillomavirus–Positive Tanzanian Women (Connected2Care): Parallel-Group Randomized Controlled Trial

Kilimanjaro and will end in December 2021.MethodsStudy DesignConnected2Care is an unblinded, multicenter, parallel-group randomized controlled trial conducted at 3 hospitals in Tanzania: Ocean Road Cancer Institute (ORCI) in Dar es Salaam and Kilimanjaro Christian

Ditte S Linde, Marianne S Andersen, Julius Mwaiselage, Rachel Manongi, Susanne K Kjaer, Vibeke Rasch

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(4):e15863


Telemedicine in Neonatal Home Care: Identifying Parental Needs Through Participatory Design

Telemedicine in Neonatal Home Care: Identifying Parental Needs Through Participatory Design

2), addressing the needs identified in this study, and to implement that solution (Phase 3), which will be the topic of future papers.Setting and ParticipantsParents with preterm infants admitted to two NICUs (see Table 1)—Hvidovre Hospital (HH) and Hans Christian

Kristina Garne, Anne Brødsgaard, Gitte Zachariassen, Jane Clemensen

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(3):e100