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Perceptions About Disseminating Health Information Among Mommy Bloggers: Quantitative Study

Perceptions About Disseminating Health Information Among Mommy Bloggers: Quantitative Study

Across the United States, membership is fairly evenly distributed, with 20.9% in the Southeast; 7.42% in the Southwest; 12.58% in the West; 27.5% in the Northeast and East; 21.72% in the Midwest; and 8.7% in the Plains (personal communication by Erin Olson,

Amelia Burke-Garcia, Gary L Kreps, Kevin B Wright

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(4):e116

Predicting Obstetric Disease With Machine Learning Applied to Patient-Reported Data

Predicting Obstetric Disease With Machine Learning Applied to Patient-Reported Data

United States771 1711dani.bradley@oviahealth.comLandauErin1WolfbergAdamMD, MPH1BaronAlexPhD11Ovia HealthBoston, MAUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Danielle Bradley dani.bradley@oviahealth.comJul-Dec20181709201842e117661820182982018©Danielle Bradley, Erin

Danielle Bradley, Erin Landau, Adam Wolfberg, Alex Baron

iproc 2018;4(2):e11766

Relationship Between Diabetes, Stress, and Self-Management to Inform Chronic Disease Product Development: Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study

Relationship Between Diabetes, Stress, and Self-Management to Inform Chronic Disease Product Development: Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study

Examples include Funnell et al’s [10] empowerment-based program, Hill-Briggs et al’s [11] problem-solving approach, Lorig’s [12] Chronic Disease Self-Management Program, and Surwit’s [13] stress management program.

Jessica S Yu, Tong Xu, Roberta A James, Wei Lu, Julia E Hoffman

JMIR Diabetes 2020;5(4):e20888

Small Data and Its Visualization for Diabetes Self-Management: Qualitative Study

Small Data and Its Visualization for Diabetes Self-Management: Qualitative Study

Funnell and Anderson claimed that for successful outcomes, “a self-management plan has to fit patients’ goals, priorities, and lifestyle as well as their diabetes” [12] and that pre-determined health care plans cannot accommodate the complexity of daily life

Sally Jane Burford, Sora Park, Paresh Dawda

JMIR Diabetes 2019;4(3):e10324

General Practitioners’ Perspective on eHealth and Lifestyle Change: Qualitative Interview Study

General Practitioners’ Perspective on eHealth and Lifestyle Change: Qualitative Interview Study

CoachingTransforming knowledge into action is not trivial, and the GPs were positive in regard to empowering patients through increasing the patient’s capacity to think critically and make autonomous, informed decisions, which is in accordance with Anderson and Funnell

Carl Joakim Brandt, Gabrielle Isidora Søgaard, Jane Clemensen, Jens Sndergaard, Jesper Bo Nielsen

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(4):e88

Defining Empowerment and Supporting Engagement Using Patient Views From the Citizen Health Information Portal: Qualitative Study

Defining Empowerment and Supporting Engagement Using Patient Views From the Citizen Health Information Portal: Qualitative Study

through Being Heard and Moving Forward, and their respective subcategories, can be noted in previously articulated views of empowerment summarized by Bravo et al [3] in their recent analysis of patient empowerment: first, in this widely used definition by Funnell

Tracie Risling, Juan Martinez, Jeremy Young, Nancy Thorp-Froslie

JMIR Med Inform 2018;6(3):e43

Exploring the Influence of a Smartphone App (Young with Diabetes) on Young People’s Self-Management: Qualitative Study

Exploring the Influence of a Smartphone App (Young with Diabetes) on Young People’s Self-Management: Qualitative Study

The interview guide was inspired by an empowerment approach as defined by Anderson and Funnell [29]. The process of empowerment is defined as: “...the discovery and development of one’s inborn capacity to be responsible for one’s own life.

Gitte Reventlov Husted, Janne Weis, Grete Teilmann, Pernille Castensøe-Seidenfaden

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(2):e43