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The Iterative Convergent Design for Mobile Health Usability Testing: Mixed Methods Approach

The Iterative Convergent Design for Mobile Health Usability Testing: Mixed Methods Approach

The National Institutes of Health best practices guideline and many mixed methods researchers advise distinguishing the quantitative purpose, the qualitative research questions, and the mixed methods questions [45].

Meshari F Alwashmi, John Hawboldt, Erin Davis, Michael D Fetters

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(4):e11656

A Smartphone App to Leverage Positive Psychology to Support Smoking Cessation in Nondaily Smokers: Results of SiS Study 1

A Smartphone App to Leverage Positive Psychology to Support Smoking Cessation in Nondaily Smokers: Results of SiS Study 1

Abstinence rates were substantially higher than natural quit rates in this population, and thus offer some promise, which will need to be evaluated in a randomized trial.cigarette smokingmHealthmixed methods

Bettina Hoeppner, Susanne Hoeppner, John Kelly

iproc 2018;4(2):e11762

Mixed-Methods Research in Diabetes Management via Mobile Health Technologies: A Scoping Review

Mixed-Methods Research in Diabetes Management via Mobile Health Technologies: A Scoping Review

A growing scholarly interest has advanced mixed-methods research in various areas. Especially in health sciences, several important applications of mixed-methods research have been reported [22,23].

Cigdem Sahin, Patti-Jean Naylor

JMIR Diabetes 2017;2(1):e3

Assessing Hand Hygiene and Low-Level Disinfection of Equipment Compliance in an Acute Care Setting: Mixed Methods Approach

Assessing Hand Hygiene and Low-Level Disinfection of Equipment Compliance in an Acute Care Setting: Mixed Methods Approach

IntroductionHand hygiene and low-level disinfection of equipment behaviors among hospital staff are some of the leading cost-effective methods in reducing hospital-acquired infections (HAI) among patients [1-3].

Hammad Akram, Alison Andrews-Paul, Rachel Washburn

JMIR Nursing 2020;3(1):e18788

Refugee Youth and Transition to Further Education, Training, and Employment in Australia: Protocol for a Mixed Methods Study

Refugee Youth and Transition to Further Education, Training, and Employment in Australia: Protocol for a Mixed Methods Study

Convenience and snowball sampling are generally used when the desired characteristics of the sample are uncommon, when the target population is difficult to access, and when nonprobability sampling methods are not possible [38], all of which apply to refugee

Tahereh Ziaian, Emily Miller, Helena de Anstiss, Teresa Puvimanasinghe, Maureen Dollard, Adrian Esterman, Helen Barrie, Tamara Stewart-Jones

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(7):e12632

Evaluation of an Occupational Exercise Training Program for Firefighters: Mixed Methods Pilot Study

Evaluation of an Occupational Exercise Training Program for Firefighters: Mixed Methods Pilot Study

To our knowledge, this is the first study to incorporate mixed method analyses of clinical and performance outcomes and firefighters’ experiences and feedback.MethodsDesignThis semiexperimental, community-based participatory intervention research pilot study

Miriam Leary, James Thomas, Ryan Hayes, Lori Sherlock

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(9):e17835

Challenges of Clustering Multimodal Clinical Data: Review of Applications in Asthma Subtyping

Challenges of Clustering Multimodal Clinical Data: Review of Applications in Asthma Subtyping

Related methods include factor analysis for continuous data, multiple correspondence analysis (MCA) for categorical data [22], and multiple factor analysis for mixed-type data [23].Cluster AnalysisDissimilarity MeasuresModel-free clustering methods rely on

Elsie Horne, Holly Tibble, Aziz Sheikh, Athanasios Tsanas

JMIR Med Inform 2020;8(5):e16452

A Healthy Eating Education Program for Midwives to Investigate and Explore Their Knowledge, Understanding, and Confidence to Support Pregnant Women to Eat Healthily: Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Study

A Healthy Eating Education Program for Midwives to Investigate and Explore Their Knowledge, Understanding, and Confidence to Support Pregnant Women to Eat Healthily: Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Study

The education and training program proposed in this mixed-methods study will be a structured program therefore the considered studies in the review may have a defined period, facilitated as a workshop or seminar.

Shwikar Mahmoud Etman Othman, Mary P Steen, Rasika Jayasekara, Julie-Anne Fleet

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(5):e143