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Long-Term Patterns of Online Evidence Retrieval Use in General Practice: A 12-Month Study

Long-Term Patterns of Online Evidence Retrieval Use in General Practice: A 12-Month Study

QC use varied throughout the day. The system was mostly used during practice hours, peaking in the morning and afternoon sessions; 79% (2013/2543) of the searches were conducted between 9 am and 5 pm (Figure 4).

Farah Magrabi, Johanna Westbrook, Michael Kidd, Richard Day, Enrico Coiera

J Med Internet Res 2008;10(1):e6


Arthritis-Related Support in a Social Media Group for Quilting Hobbyists: Qualitative Study

Arthritis-Related Support in a Social Media Group for Quilting Hobbyists: Qualitative Study

A relatively small group of 18,478 members, dynamic in its conversation (>10 posts per day), with a growing membership, and that had previously posted arthritis-related questions, was deemed appropriate.

Norina Gasteiger, Rebecca Grainger, Karen Day

Interact J Med Res 2018;7(2):e11026


A Health Professional–Led Synchronous Discussion on Facebook: Descriptive Analysis of Users and Activities

A Health Professional–Led Synchronous Discussion on Facebook: Descriptive Analysis of Users and Activities

Nearly 80% of people in high-income countries access the Internet for more than 1 hour each day [12-14]. Social networking sites are a key activity [12,15].

Rebecca Grainger, Bonnie White, Catherine Morton, Karen Day

JMIR Form Res 2017;1(1):e6


Predictors of Participant Retention in a Guided Online Self-Help Program for University Students: Prospective Cohort Study

Predictors of Participant Retention in a Guided Online Self-Help Program for University Students: Prospective Cohort Study

Victor Day, as well as the head program coach. The majority of the training involved reviewing the online program materials in order to adequately address participant questions and provide assistance with module activities, when necessary.

Magdalena Wojtowicz, Victor Day, Patrick J McGrath

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(5):e96


Cognitive Testing in People at Increased Risk of Dementia Using a Smartphone App: The iVitality Proof-of-Principle Study

Cognitive Testing in People at Increased Risk of Dementia Using a Smartphone App: The iVitality Proof-of-Principle Study

Table 1 indicates on what day since baseline the message was sent for every test to every individual participant. The smartphone app collected data from the tests and provided feedback to the participant by showing the results of their measurements.

Susan Jongstra, Liselotte Willemijn Wijsman, Ricardo Cachucho, Marieke Peternella Hoevenaar-Blom, Simon Pieter Mooijaart, Edo Richard

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(5):e68