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Using Social Media and Web-Based Networking in Collaborative Research: Protocol for the Geriatric Medicine Research Collaborative

Using Social Media and Web-Based Networking in Collaborative Research: Protocol for the Geriatric Medicine Research Collaborative

We have utilized this approach in the formation of the “Geriatric Medicine Research Collaborative (GeMRC)” in the United Kingdom.Collaboration has long been emphasized as an important aspect of academic development [5].

Geriatric Medicine Research Collaborative

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(10):e179


A Novel Service-Oriented Professional Development Program for Research Assistants at an Academic Hospital: A Web-Based Survey

A Novel Service-Oriented Professional Development Program for Research Assistants at an Academic Hospital: A Web-Based Survey

IntroductionBackgroundIn 21st-century academic medicine, the prioritization of evidence-based clinical practice has led to the expansion of clinical and translational research and quality improvement projects.

Robert Li Kitts, Kyle John Koleoglou, Jennifer Elysia Holland, Eliza Haapaniemi Hutchinson, Quincy Georgdie Nang, Clare Marie Mehta, Chau Minh Tran, Laurie Newman Fishman

JMIR Med Educ 2015;1(2):e13


Does Academic Blogging Enhance Promotion and Tenure? A Survey of US and Canadian Medicine and Pediatric Department Chairs

Does Academic Blogging Enhance Promotion and Tenure? A Survey of US and Canadian Medicine and Pediatric Department Chairs

Blogs in particular have the potential to establish credibility and reach broad audiences in a way that fosters dialog outside of traditional academic “silos” [3].

Christian Blake Cameron, Vinay Nair, Manu Varma, Martha Adams, Kenar Jhaveri, Matthew A Sparks

JMIR Med Educ 2016;2(1):e10


Online Social Network Use by Health Care Providers in a High Traffic Patient Care Environment

Online Social Network Use by Health Care Providers in a High Traffic Patient Care Environment

Previous research has indicated that a majority of workers, regardless of age or occupational status, report engaging in personal Internet use in the workplace and misuse, such as this personal Internet use during work hours as well as more serious actions

Erik Black, Jennifer Light, Nicole Paradise Black, Lindsay Thompson

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(5):e94


Application of Community-Engaged Research to Inform the Development and Implementation of a Peer-Delivered Mobile Health Intervention for Adults With Serious Mental Illness

Application of Community-Engaged Research to Inform the Development and Implementation of a Peer-Delivered Mobile Health Intervention for Adults With Serious Mental Illness

Within community-engaged research, academic researchers do not have the right to impart academic research needs on the community. The concept of self-determination is consistent with the National and State Peer Support Code of Ethics [9].

Karen Fortuna, Paul Barr, Carly Goldstein, Robert Walker, LaPrincess Brewer, Alexandra Zagaria, Stephen Bartels

J Participat Med 2019;11(1):e12380


Evidence on User-Led Innovation in Diabetes Technology (The OPEN Project): Protocol for a Mixed Methods Study

Evidence on User-Led Innovation in Diabetes Technology (The OPEN Project): Protocol for a Mixed Methods Study

The OPEN consortium achieves this by bringing together an intersectoral and interdisciplinary research team comprising patient innovators, academic researchers in biomedical and social sciences, health care professionals, and patient advocacy organizations

Shane O'Donnell, Dana Lewis, María Marchante Fernández, Mandy Wäldchen, Bryan Cleal, Timothy Skinner, Klemens Raile, Adrian Tappe, Tebbe Ubben, Ingrid Willaing, Bastian Hauck, Saskia Wolf, Katarina Braune

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(11):e15368