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Using a Geolocation Social Networking Application to Calculate the Population Density of Sex-Seeking Gay Men for Research and Prevention Services

Using a Geolocation Social Networking Application to Calculate the Population Density of Sex-Seeking Gay Men for Research and Prevention Services

The remaining 37% of profiles reported ages greater than 30; whites were more likely to report being >30 years of age than blacks (46% vs 25%, P<.001).

Kevin P Delaney, Michael R Kramer, Lance A Waller, W Dana Flanders, Patrick S Sullivan

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(11):e249


Using Geosocial Networking Apps to Understand the Spatial Distribution of Gay and Bisexual Men: Pilot Study

Using Geosocial Networking Apps to Understand the Spatial Distribution of Gay and Bisexual Men: Pilot Study

This study is the first of its kind in Canada and is only preceded by the work of Delaney et al [3], who used similar methods in estimating app user density in Atlanta, Georgia.

Kiffer George Card, Jeremy Gibbs, Nathan John Lachowsky, Blake W Hawkins, Miranda Compton, Joshua Edward, Travis Salway, Maya K Gislason, Robert S Hogg

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2018;4(3):e61


Automated Patient Navigation Platform Increases Referral Conversion for Surgical Consultations

Automated Patient Navigation Platform Increases Referral Conversion for Surgical Consultations

bwh.harvard.eduEliasJosephineMBA, MPH1HartKevinMBA1RobertsPhilipMBA1LaskowskiKarlMD, MBA11Brigham HealthBoston, MAUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Aiden Feng afeng@bwh.harvard.eduJul-Dec20181709201842e118022820182982018©Aiden Feng, Josephine Elias, Kevin

Aiden Feng, Josephine Elias, Kevin Hart, Philip Roberts, Karl Laskowski

iproc 2018;4(2):e11802


Development of a Wearable Cardiac Monitoring System for Behavioral Neurocardiac Training: A Usability Study

Development of a Wearable Cardiac Monitoring System for Behavioral Neurocardiac Training: A Usability Study

Nolan et al [5,6] demonstrated that BNT reduced daytime systolic blood pressure by 2.4±0.9 mm Hg (P=.009) and 24-hour systolic blood pressure by 2.1±0.9 mm Hg (P=.03). This reduction was confirmed to be independent of pharmacologic interventions.

Akib A Uddin, Plinio P Morita, Kevin Tallevi, Kevin Armour, John Li, Robert P Nolan, Joseph A Cafazzo

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(2):e45