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Education-Based Gaps in eHealth: A Weighted Logistic Regression Approach

Education-Based Gaps in eHealth: A Weighted Logistic Regression Approach

Information foraging [13] is a theory that can help explain how information is acquired; eHealth literacy [14] can be used to explain understanding and comprehension; and psychobehavioral models can be used to explain how information is processed, internalized

Laura Amo

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(10):e267

Health Professional Learner Attitudes and Use of Digital Learning Resources

Health Professional Learner Attitudes and Use of Digital Learning Resources

IntroductionWeb-based learning repositories allow mass storage, management, and search and retrieval of data for both staff and students. Material can be stored in a variety of formats and easily shared across diverse user groups.

Stephen Maloney, Michael Chamberlain, Shane Morrison, George Kotsanas, Jennifer L Keating, Dragan Ilic

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(1):e7

Towards a Stakeholder-Oriented Blockchain-Based Architecture for Electronic Health Records: Design Science Research Study

Towards a Stakeholder-Oriented Blockchain-Based Architecture for Electronic Health Records: Design Science Research Study

Moreover, all stakeholder groups demand for a user-friendly design and context-specific information to avoid an information overload [25].To enable intersectoral communication, storing, retrieving, and sharing of files and data turned out to be of high relevance

Jan Heinrich Beinke, Christian Fitte, Frank Teuteberg

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(10):e13585

Automatic Evidence Retrieval for Systematic Reviews

Automatic Evidence Retrieval for Systematic Reviews

Thus, snowballing is not limited to citation information found in bibliographical databases.

Miew Keen Choong, Filippo Galgani, Adam G Dunn, Guy Tsafnat

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(10):e223

Search and Graph Database Technologies for Biomedical Semantic Indexing: Experimental Analysis

Search and Graph Database Technologies for Biomedical Semantic Indexing: Experimental Analysis

) shared tasks [4,5], Informatics for Integrating Biology & the Bedside (i2b2) [6], and DDIExtraction [7,8] have significantly contributed to improve and advance the state of the art in Natural Language Processing for biomedicine, especially in the information

Isabel Segura Bedmar, Paloma Martínez, Adrián Carruana Martín

JMIR Med Inform 2017;5(4):e48

Biomedical Informatics Techniques for Processing and Analyzing Web Blogs of Military Service Members

Biomedical Informatics Techniques for Processing and Analyzing Web Blogs of Military Service Members

IntroductionWeb logs (“blogs”) have become a popular mechanism for people to express their daily thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Much of the information contained in blogs includes health-related themes, both physical and mental.

Sergiy Konovalov, Matthew Scotch, Lori Post, Cynthia Brandt

J Med Internet Res 2010;12(4):e45

Retrieving Clinical Evidence: A Comparison of PubMed and Google Scholar for Quick Clinical Searches

Retrieving Clinical Evidence: A Comparison of PubMed and Google Scholar for Quick Clinical Searches

IntroductionWith the explosion of available health information, physicians increasingly rely on bibliographic databases for health information to guide the care of their patients.

Salimah Z Shariff, Shayna AD Bejaimal, Jessica M Sontrop, Arthur V Iansavichus, R Brian Haynes, Matthew A Weir, Amit X Garg

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(8):e164

Impact of a Search Engine on Clinical Decisions Under Time and System Effectiveness Constraints: Research Protocol

Impact of a Search Engine on Clinical Decisions Under Time and System Effectiveness Constraints: Research Protocol

RQ3: Does a significantly better search system, as measured by standard information retrieval (IR) evaluation measures, translate to better and faster clinical decisions?

Anton van der Vegt, Guido Zuccon, Bevan Koopman, Anthony Deacon

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(5):e12803

Net Improvement of Correct Answers to Therapy Questions After PubMed Searches: Pre/Post Comparison

Net Improvement of Correct Answers to Therapy Questions After PubMed Searches: Pre/Post Comparison

In addition to published evidence, colleagues and textbooks are often first-line information resources used by physicians [5-7] because these give answers most efficiently [7].

Kathleen Ann McKibbon, Cynthia Lokker, Arun Keepanasseril, Nancy L Wilczynski, R Brian Haynes

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(11):e243