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Evaluation of Mobile Apps Targeted to Parents of Infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Systematic App Review

Evaluation of Mobile Apps Targeted to Parents of Infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Systematic App Review

no statistically significant difference in overall quality of apps reported in the MARS between the apps that were deemed trustworthy (mean 3.65, SD 0.75) compared with those that were not (mean 3.26, SD 0.57) in the Trust It or Trash It tool, t16=−1.20, P=

Brianna Richardson, Justine Dol, Kallen Rutledge, Joelle Monaghan, Adele Orovec, Katie Howie, Talia Boates, Michael Smit, Marsha Campbell-Yeo

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(4):e11620


Adverse Drug Event Discovery Using Biomedical Literature: A Big Data Neural Network Adventure

Adverse Drug Event Discovery Using Biomedical Literature: A Big Data Neural Network Adventure

We briefly summarized the experimental results as follows: The results we obtained showed that the use of combined dataset was better than the use of either source individually (Table 1) for all the models and is statistically significant (at P=.04).

Ahmad P Tafti, Jonathan Badger, Eric LaRose, Ehsan Shirzadi, Andrea Mahnke, John Mayer, Zhan Ye, David Page, Peggy Peissig

JMIR Med Inform 2017;5(4):e51


Digital Information Technology Use and Patient Preferences for Internet-Based Health Education Modalities: Cross-Sectional Survey Study of Middle-Aged and Older Adults With Chronic Health Conditions

Digital Information Technology Use and Patient Preferences for Internet-Based Health Education Modalities: Cross-Sectional Survey Study of Middle-Aged and Older Adults With Chronic Health Conditions

b Significantly (P c Significantly (P d Significantly (P e Significantly (P f Significantly (P g Significantly (P h Significantly (P i Significantly (P Table 2 also shows that across all age groups, noncollege graduates are significantly (P Approximately 62.5%

Nancy P Gordon, Elizabeth Crouch

JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e12243


Media Use Among Students From Different Health Curricula: Survey Study

Media Use Among Students From Different Health Curricula: Survey Study

Results were considered significant with an error probability of 5% (P Students from the various schools showed some similarities, as shown in Figure 1.

Michaela Zupanic, Patrick Rebacz, Jan P Ehlers

JMIR Med Educ 2019;5(2):e12809