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An Assessment of Incentive Versus Survey Length Trade-offs in a Web Survey of Radiologists

An Assessment of Incentive Versus Survey Length Trade-offs in a Web Survey of Radiologists

IntroductionThere is growing literature on methods to increase survey response rates in the general population [1] and also specifically among health professionals [2,3].

Jeanette Y Ziegenfuss, Blake D Niederhauser, David Kallmes, Timothy J Beebe

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(3):e49

The Iterative Convergent Design for Mobile Health Usability Testing: Mixed Methods Approach

The Iterative Convergent Design for Mobile Health Usability Testing: Mixed Methods Approach

The National Institutes of Health best practices guideline and many mixed methods researchers advise distinguishing the quantitative purpose, the qualitative research questions, and the mixed methods questions [45].

Meshari F Alwashmi, John Hawboldt, Erin Davis, Michael D Fetters

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(4):e11656

Using Mobile Technology to Improve Bone-Related Lifestyle Risk Factors in Young Women With Low Bone Mineral Density: Feasibility Randomized Controlled Trial

Using Mobile Technology to Improve Bone-Related Lifestyle Risk Factors in Young Women With Low Bone Mineral Density: Feasibility Randomized Controlled Trial

Trained research staff assessed whether the potential participant could be considered a mature minor (if under age 18 years) and that she fully comprehended the purpose, methods, demands, risks, and potential benefits of the study and was capable of giving

Asvini Kokila Subasinghe, Suzanne Marie Garland, Alexandra Gorelik, Ilona Tay, John Dennis Wark

JMIR Form Res 2019;3(1):e9435

Improving Patient Preference Elicitation by Applying Concepts From the Consumer Research Field: Narrative Literature Review

Improving Patient Preference Elicitation by Applying Concepts From the Consumer Research Field: Narrative Literature Review

As part of a structured process to reveal preferences, both qualitative and quantitative preference measurement methods can be used.Experience of Preference Elicitation in Consumer ResearchQuantitative methods for patient preference elicitation include discrete

Niki Ver Donck, Geert Vander Stichele, Isabelle Huys

Interact J Med Res 2020;9(1):e13684

The Role of Social Media in Enhancing Clinical Trial Recruitment: Scoping Review

The Role of Social Media in Enhancing Clinical Trial Recruitment: Scoping Review

We define traditional methods as offline (non–internet-based) platforms, such as television, print, and in-person recruitment.

Ida Darmawan, Caitlin Bakker, Tabetha A Brockman, Christi A Patten, Milton Eder

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e22810

Recommendations From a Descriptive Evaluation to Improve Screening Procedures for Web-Based Studies With Couples: Cross-Sectional Study

Recommendations From a Descriptive Evaluation to Improve Screening Procedures for Web-Based Studies With Couples: Cross-Sectional Study

Compared with in-person methods, the internet enables researchers with more efficient modes (eg, targeted social media advertisements) to access small and/or hard-to-reach populations, including sexual and gender minority groups [4].

Jason W Mitchell, Tanaka M D Chavanduka, Stephen Sullivan, Rob Stephenson

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(2):e15079

Beyond Traditional Newspaper Advertisement: Leveraging Facebook-Targeted Advertisement to Recruit Long-Term Smokers for Research

Beyond Traditional Newspaper Advertisement: Leveraging Facebook-Targeted Advertisement to Recruit Long-Term Smokers for Research

For researchers wishing to recruit smokers, traditional methods such as face-to-face recruitment and fliers placed in high-traffic areas may not be as successful as recruitment targeting other demographics for research studies [9].

Lisa Carter-Harris, Rebecca Bartlett Ellis, Adam Warrick, Susan Rawl

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(6):e117

The Search for Consumers of Web-Based Raw DNA Interpretation Services: Using Social Media to Target Hard-to-Reach Populations

The Search for Consumers of Web-Based Raw DNA Interpretation Services: Using Social Media to Target Hard-to-Reach Populations

A systematic review of 30 existing studies on social media recruitment found mixed evidence with regard to the efficacy of survey recruitment on social media but did find that such methods were consistently found to be effective when specifically targeting

Tiernan J Cahill, Blake Wertz, Qiankun Zhong, Andrew Parlato, John Donegan, Rebecca Forman, Supriya Manot, Tianyi Wu, Yazhu Xu, James J Cummings, Tricia Norkunas Cunningham, Catharine Wang

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(7):e12980

Mixed-Methods Research in Diabetes Management via Mobile Health Technologies: A Scoping Review

Mixed-Methods Research in Diabetes Management via Mobile Health Technologies: A Scoping Review

The methodological approaches used to conduct mixed-methods studies were also investigated, and implications for future mHealth and diabetes management research are provided.A Brief Review of Mixed-Methods ResearchMixed-methods research grew out of the “paradigm

Cigdem Sahin, Patti-Jean Naylor

JMIR Diabetes 2017;2(1):e3

Recruitment and Ongoing Engagement in a UK Smartphone Study Examining the Association Between Weather and Pain: Cohort Study

Recruitment and Ongoing Engagement in a UK Smartphone Study Examining the Association Between Weather and Pain: Cohort Study

and play games on their devices, older users primarily view their smartphone as a means of communication [1].Although smartphones appear to offer a more rapid and mobile method of data collection without compromising completion rates obtained by traditional methods

Katie L Druce, John McBeth, Sabine N van der Veer, David A Selby, Bertie Vidgen, Konstantinos Georgatzis, Bruce Hellman, Rashmi Lakshminarayana, Afiqul Chowdhury, David M Schultz, Caroline Sanders, Jamie C Sergeant, William G Dixon

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(11):e168