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Cross-Jurisdictional Data Exchange Impact on the Estimation of the HIV Population Living in the District of Columbia: Evaluation Study

Cross-Jurisdictional Data Exchange Impact on the Estimation of the HIV Population Living in the District of Columbia: Evaluation Study

Based on data in DC eHARS, PLWH may appear to be out of care but could have moved to a nearby county outside of DC and switched their care to a non-DC health care provider.In 2013, the health departments of DC, Maryland, and Virginia met with Georgetown University

Auntre D Hamp, Rupali K Doshi, Garret R Lum, Adam Allston

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2018;4(3):e62

Web Comparison of Three Contingent Valuation Techniques in Women of Childbearing Age: The Case of Ovulation Induction in Quebec

Web Comparison of Three Contingent Valuation Techniques in Women of Childbearing Age: The Case of Ovulation Induction in Quebec

In the DC approach, the respondent only answers yes or no to a given amount.ObjectiveIn this study, 3 CVMs were compared: DC, DC followed by an OE question (DC-OE), and a simplified multiple-bounded discrete choice (MBDC), which is very similar to a BG.

Aissata Dieng, Jie He, Thomas G Poder

Interact J Med Res 2020;9(1):e13355

Connectivity as a Predictor of Responsiveness to Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in People with Stroke: Protocol for a Double-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial

Connectivity as a Predictor of Responsiveness to Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in People with Stroke: Protocol for a Double-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial

In this session participants will undergo baseline neurophysiological and behavioral outcome assessments and will be provided with a home tDCS kit (NeuroConn DC-Stimulator Mobile, NeuroConn GmbH, Ilmenau, Germany).

Ellana Welsby, Michael Ridding, Susan Hillier, Brenton Hordacre

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(10):e10848

Comparison of Clinical Outcomes of Persons Living With HIV by Enrollment Status in Washington, DC: Evaluation of a Large Longitudinal HIV Cohort Study

Comparison of Clinical Outcomes of Persons Living With HIV by Enrollment Status in Washington, DC: Evaluation of a Large Longitudinal HIV Cohort Study

The purpose of this analysis was to compare DC Cohort study participants to the general population of people living with HIV in DC who were not enrolled in the study and assess whether cohort participants are representative of people living with HIV in DC.

Jenevieve Opoku, Rupali K Doshi, Amanda D Castel, Ian Sorensen, Michael Horberg, Adam Allston, Michael Kharfen, Alan E Greenberg

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(2):e16061

Mentoring Young African American Men and Transgender Women Who Have Sex With Men on Sexual Health: Formative Research for an HIV Mobile Health Intervention for Mentors

Mentoring Young African American Men and Transgender Women Who Have Sex With Men on Sexual Health: Formative Research for an HIV Mobile Health Intervention for Mentors

For others, mentorship has come through membership in constructed families (families formed with nonbiologically related individuals) or participation in the house and ball community (an LGBTQ underground subculture) [31,32].

Michelle R Kaufman, Albert Casella, John Mark Wiginton, Wenjian Xu, David L DuBois, Renata Arrington-Sanders, Jeannette Simon, Deb Levine

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(12):e17317