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Bridging the Digital Divide Among Racial and Ethnic Minority Men Who Have Sex With Men to Reduce Substance Use and HIV Risk: Mixed Methods Feasibility Study

Bridging the Digital Divide Among Racial and Ethnic Minority Men Who Have Sex With Men to Reduce Substance Use and HIV Risk: Mixed Methods Feasibility Study

Previous studies by our research group found a significantly lower adjusted odds of responding to EMA text messages among racial and ethnic minority participants [32] as well as lower concordance in methamphetamine and alcohol reporting via EMA compared with

Elaine Hsiang, Claudine Offer, Maximo Prescott, Amy Rodriguez, Emily Behar, Tim Matheson, Diane Santa Maria, Glenn-Milo Santos

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(4):e15282


Applying the Electronic Health Literacy Lens: Systematic Review of Electronic Health Interventions Targeted at Socially Disadvantaged Groups

Applying the Electronic Health Literacy Lens: Systematic Review of Electronic Health Interventions Targeted at Socially Disadvantaged Groups

Older age, less education, lower income, being from an ethnic minority group, or living in a remote area are all associated with decreased access or less use of the internet for activities such as health information seeking, communicating with health care providers

Christina Cheng, Alison Beauchamp, Gerald R Elsworth, Richard H Osborne

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(8):e18476


Implementing a Digital HIV Care Navigation Intervention (Health eNav): Protocol for a Feasibility Study

Implementing a Digital HIV Care Navigation Intervention (Health eNav): Protocol for a Feasibility Study

IntroductionOverviewYoung racial and ethnic minority men who have sex with men (MSM) and trans women are disproportionately affected by HIV and AIDS in the United States [1-5].

Sean Arayasirikul, Dillon Trujillo, Caitlin M Turner, Victory Le, Erin C Wilson

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(11):e16406


Feasibility and Perception of Using Text Messages as an Adjunct Therapy for Low-Income, Minority Mothers With Postpartum Depression

Feasibility and Perception of Using Text Messages as an Adjunct Therapy for Low-Income, Minority Mothers With Postpartum Depression

It has significant effects on children’s behavior: higher rates of infant behavioral problems, impaired social development, delayed cognitive development, and insecure attachment patterns [3].For low-income and racial and ethnic minority women, the rates of

Matthew A Broom, Amy S Ladley, Elizabeth A Rhyne, Donna R Halloran

JMIR Ment Health 2015;2(1):e4