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Correction: Incorporating Breast Cancer Recurrence Events Into Population-Based Cancer Registries Using Medical Claims: Cohort Study

Correction: Incorporating Breast Cancer Recurrence Events Into Population-Based Cancer Registries Using Medical Claims: Cohort Study

In “Incorporating Breast Cancer Recurrence Events Into Population-Based Cancer Registries Using Medical Claims: Cohort Study" (JMIR Cancer 2020;6(2):e18143) the authors noted two errors.The metadata erroneously listed only Teresa A'mar and Ruth Etzioni as having

Teresa A'mar, J David Beatty, Catherine Fedorenko, Daniel Markowitz, Thomas Corey, Jane Lange, Stephen M Schwartz, Bin Huang, Jessica Chubak, Ruth Etzioni

JMIR Cancer 2020;6(2):e23821

Examining Influences of Parenting Styles and Practices on Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviors in Latino Children in the United States: Integrative Review

Examining Influences of Parenting Styles and Practices on Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviors in Latino Children in the United States: Integrative Review

Arredondo et al examined survey data from parent-child dyads enrolled in Aventuras Para Niño s study (see above) and determined that parental monitoring of children’s PA and SB was positively associated with children’s PA [52].

Ana Cristina Lindsay, Minerva Wasserman, Mario A Muñoz, Sherrie F Wallington, Mary L Greaney

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2018;4(1):e14

Communications Between Volunteers and Health Researchers during Recruitment and Informed Consent: Qualitative Content Analysis of Email Interactions

Communications Between Volunteers and Health Researchers during Recruitment and Informed Consent: Qualitative Content Analysis of Email Interactions

In the correspondence below, Teresa notes her preferred location and three suitable times for the interview, asking the researcher to let her know what “works best”:TeresaHello,I looked over the attachments and everything’s ok.

Anne Townsend, Zubin Amarsi, Catherine Backman, Susan M Cox, Linda C Li

J Med Internet Res 2011;13(4):e84

Effect of Online Health Information Seeking on Anxiety in Hospitalized Pregnant Women: Cohort Study

Effect of Online Health Information Seeking on Anxiety in Hospitalized Pregnant Women: Cohort Study

anxiety levels and access to online health information between women having access to the internet during hospitalization and those who did not.MethodsStudy Design and SettingWe performed a two-center cohort study at the Departments of Obstetrics of Santa Maria

Fabiana Coglianese, Giulia Beltrame Vriz, Nicola Soriani, Gianluca Niccolò Piras, Rosanna Irene Comoretto, Laura Clemente, Jessica Fasan, Lucia Cristiano, Valentina Schiavinato, Valter Adamo, Diego Marchesoni, Dario Gregori

JMIR Med Inform 2020;8(5):e16793