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Text Messaging Interventions on Cancer Screening Rates: A Systematic Review

Text Messaging Interventions on Cancer Screening Rates: A Systematic Review

(250/250)1.20 (0.76-1.87)--Hagoel [20]FOBT48,091 (38,489/9602)-Ic: 1.17 (1.06-1.29) I+SCd: 1.24 (1.12-1.36) NIe: 1.09 (0.99-1.21) NI+SC: 1.14 (1.04-1.26)Type of text message, age, gender, socioeconomic statusHirst [21]FOBT8269 (4134/4135)1.04 (0.95-1.13)--Muller

Catherine Uy, Jennifer Lopez, Chau Trinh-Shevrin, Simona C Kwon, Scott E Sherman, Peter S Liang

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(8):e296

The Modification of Vital Signs According to Nursing Students’ Experiences Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training via High-Fidelity Simulation: Quasi-Experimental Study

The Modification of Vital Signs According to Nursing Students’ Experiences Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training via High-Fidelity Simulation: Quasi-Experimental Study

This coincides with the work by Muller et al [31]. This increase seems to be related to factors such as uncertainty, the development of the case, the type of role, the management of the material, and the anticipatory anxiety.

David Fernández-Ayuso, Rosa Fernández-Ayuso, Cristino Del-Campo-Cazallas, José Luis Pérez-Olmo, Borja Matías-Pompa, Josué Fernández-Carnero, Cesar Calvo-Lobo

JMIR Serious Games 2018;6(3):e11061

Web-Based Medical Service: Technology Attractiveness, Medical Creditability, Information Source, and Behavior Intention

Web-Based Medical Service: Technology Attractiveness, Medical Creditability, Information Source, and Behavior Intention

and (3) a significant effect of medical credibility on potential patients’ intentions when model considered technology attractiveness.To test the moderated-mediation effects in the model (Hypothesis 3), this study followed 3 condition steps recommended by Muller

Shan Huei Wang

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(8):e285

Influence of Health Literacy on Effects of Patient Rating Websites: Survey Study Using a Hypothetical Situation and Fictitious Doctors

Influence of Health Literacy on Effects of Patient Rating Websites: Survey Study Using a Hypothetical Situation and Fictitious Doctors

results suggest rather than validly support that in our setting the positive review seemed to have had the stronger effect on preference, too.Table 3Preference and assessment of fictitious doctors in different conditions.Experimental conditionLine #Prefer Dr Muller

Peter Johannes Schulz, Fabia Rothenfluh

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(4):e14134