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Online Alcohol Interventions: A Systematic Review

Online Alcohol Interventions: A Systematic Review

The studies by Doumas and Hannah [39] and Doumas et al [43] reported 1-month whole sample retention rates of 63.3% and 88.2% respectively, with the Walters et al [23] study reporting retention rates of 71.7% at 2 months and 77.4% at 4 months.

Angela White, David Kavanagh, Helen Stallman, Britt Klein, Frances Kay-Lambkin, Judy Proudfoot, Judy Drennan, Jason Connor, Amanda Baker, Emily Hines, Ross Young

J Med Internet Res 2010;12(5):e62

Correction: Characterizing the Rural Opioid Use Environment in Kentucky Using Google Earth: Virtual Audit

Correction: Characterizing the Rural Opioid Use Environment in Kentucky Using Google Earth: Virtual Audit

Internet Res 2019;21(10):e14923), the authors noticed four errors in the contributing authors' names and degrees.Firstly, the name of the second author was misspelled and has been revised fromRegine HaardöerfertoRegine Haardörfer.Next, the degree listed for Hannah

Natalie Danielle Crawford, Regine Haardörfer, Hannah Cooper, Izraelle McKinnon, Carla Jones-Harrell, April Ballard, Sierra Shantel von Hellens, April Young

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(8):e21442

Web-based Discussion Forums on Pregnancy Complaints and Maternal Health Literacy in Norway: A Qualitative Study

Web-based Discussion Forums on Pregnancy Complaints and Maternal Health Literacy in Norway: A Qualitative Study

Those without previous experience with PGP, such as Hannah and Karen, sought information and emotional support.

Eva Haukeland Fredriksen, Janet Harris, Karen Marie Moland

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(5):e113

Physical Activity, Mind Wandering, Affect, and Sleep: An Ecological Momentary Assessment

Physical Activity, Mind Wandering, Affect, and Sleep: An Ecological Momentary Assessment

For instance, Baird and colleagues [2] noted that during times of low affect, high stress, or during complex tasks, task-independent thoughts tended to shift toward past experiences.

Jason Fanning, Michael Mackenzie, Sarah Roberts, Ines Crato, Diane Ehlers, Edward McAuley

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(3):e104