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Investigating the Extent to Which Patients Should Control Access to Patient Records for Research: A Deliberative Process Using Citizens’ Juries

Investigating the Extent to Which Patients Should Control Access to Patient Records for Research: A Deliberative Process Using Citizens’ Juries

learning pointsPresentation and questions with expert witness on the law (Dawn Monaghan), and group work to identify key learning pointsDay 2:Presentation and questions with expert witness arguing for greater use of patient records in the public interest (John

Mary P Tully, Kyle Bozentko, Sarah Clement, Amanda Hunn, Lamiece Hassan, Ruth Norris, Malcolm Oswald, Niels Peek

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(3):e112


A Mobile-Based Patient-Centric Passive System for Guiding Patients Through the Hospital Workflow: Design and Development

A Mobile-Based Patient-Centric Passive System for Guiding Patients Through the Hospital Workflow: Design and Development

For instance, John comes to a hospital and wishes to see Dr Bob. However, John did not have an appointment with Dr Bob at the hospital today. John arrives at the hospital at the information desk and asks what to do and where to go.

Chalee Vorakulpipat, Ekkachan Rattanalerdnusorn, Soontorn Sirapaisan, Visut Savangsuk, Natsuda Kasisopha

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(7):e14779


Design and Evaluation of a Computer-Based 24-Hour Physical Activity Recall (cpar24) Instrument

Design and Evaluation of a Computer-Based 24-Hour Physical Activity Recall (cpar24) Instrument

Each activity reported is assigned a metabolic equivalent of task (MET) value based on the most recent compendium of physical activities published by Ainsworth et al [15].Respondents are asked to fully complete the recall before ending the session.

Simone Kohler, Gundula Behrens, Matthias Olden, Sebastian E Baumeister, Alexander Horsch, Beate Fischer, Michael F Leitzmann

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(5):e186