JMIR

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JMIRJournal of Medical Internet Research
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Barkin, "The use of social media for health promotion in hispanic populations: a scoping systematic review," JMIR Public Health and Surveillance, vol.
Kokko, "Ownership and Use of Commercial Physical Activity Trackers Among Finnish Adolescents: Cross-Sectional Study," JMIR mHealth and uHealth, vol.
Lohse et al., "Therapists' perceptions of social media and video game technologies in upper limb rehabilitation," JMIR Serious Games, vol.
Rothman, "Older adults' experiences using a commercially available monitor to self-track their physical activity," JMIR mHealth and uHealth, vol.
This research, published last year in JMIR Medical Informatics, examined the use of NLP on time spent on clinical documentation, data quality, and EHR usability.
And the risk of contamination is amplified by the fact that 86 percent of clinicians and 76 percent of nurses use smartphones while at work, according to Mobile Trends Report and a study published in JMIR Publications, respectively.
Bonzano et al., "A new App for at-home cognitive training: description and pilot testing on patients with multiple sclerosis," JMIR mHealth and uHealth, vol.
Andres et al., "Data-as-a-service platform for delivering healthy lifestyle and preventive medicine: concept and structure of the DAPHNE project," JMIR Research Protocols, vol.
Hatherly, "Randomized comparison of mobile and web-tools to provide dementia risk reduction education: use, engagement and participant satisfaction," JMIR Mental Health, vol.
Schlosser and her colleagues wrote (JMIR Res Protoc.
JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(1):e27 doi: 10.2196/ mhealth.3422
Dominguez, <<Sexual and Resproductive Health for Young Adults in Colombia: Teleconsultation Using Mobile Devices>>, JMIR mHealth uHealth, vol.