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A Platform for Crowdsourced Foodborne Illness Surveillance: Description of Users and Reports

A Platform for Crowdsourced Foodborne Illness Surveillance: Description of Users and Reports

Upon clicking, “Report Now,” users will be directed to a second page where they are asked whether they saw a doctor and to provide additional details on their experience.

Patrick Quade, Elaine Okanyene Nsoesie

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2017;3(3):e42


Examining Diabetes Management Apps Recommended From a Google Search: Content Analysis

Examining Diabetes Management Apps Recommended From a Google Search: Content Analysis

We live in a digital era, where people turn first to the internet rather than a health provider to learn about a health condition or to look up health-related information [1].

Geronimo Jimenez, Elaine Lum, Josip Car

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(1):e11848


A New Source of Data for Public Health Surveillance: Facebook Likes

A New Source of Data for Public Health Surveillance: Facebook Likes

Researchers have proposed that Facebook likes be used as a new behavioral measure in a fashion similar to traditional questionnaires [37].

Steven Gittelman, Victor Lange, Carol A Gotway Crawford, Catherine A Okoro, Eugene Lieb, Satvinder S Dhingra, Elaine Trimarchi

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(4):e98


A Web-Based Intervention for Youth With Physical Disabilities: Comparing the Role of Mentors in 12- and 4-Week Formats

A Web-Based Intervention for Youth With Physical Disabilities: Comparing the Role of Mentors in 12- and 4-Week Formats

A mentor is someone who acts as a role model and shares experiences while supporting a protégé in their development [16-18].

Sally Lindsay, Elaine Cagliostro

JMIR Pediatr Parent 2020;3(1):e15813


Exploring Social Contextual Correlates of Computer Ownership and Frequency of Use Among Urban, Low-Income, Public Housing Adult Residents

Exploring Social Contextual Correlates of Computer Ownership and Frequency of Use Among Urban, Low-Income, Public Housing Adult Residents

In the sites that had a population of less than 300, all adult residents were sampled. In the remaining sites, with a population greater than 300 adult residents, researchers obtained a 35% sample, with a minimum of 250 participants per site.

Lorna McNeill, Elaine Puleo, Gary Bennett, Karen Emmons

J Med Internet Res 2007;9(4):e35