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Predicting Obstetric Disease With Machine Learning Applied to Patient-Reported Data

Predicting Obstetric Disease With Machine Learning Applied to Patient-Reported Data

Learning Applied to Patient-Reported DataHaleTimothyBradleyDanielleMPH, MS1Ovia Health76 Summer StreetBoston, MA,United States771 1711dani.bradley@oviahealth.comLandauErin1WolfbergAdamMD, MPH1BaronAlexPhD11Ovia HealthBoston, MAUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Danielle

Danielle Bradley, Erin Landau, Adam Wolfberg, Alex Baron

iproc 2018;4(2):e11766

Development and Reliability Evaluation of the Movement Rating Instrument for Virtual Reality Video Game Play

Development and Reliability Evaluation of the Movement Rating Instrument for Virtual Reality Video Game Play

difficulties.Videotaping ParticipantsThe videotapes used in this study were recorded in the context of our previous study exploring energy expenditure during virtual reality active video game play in typically developing children and children with cerebral palsy (Levac

Danielle Levac, Joanna Nawrotek, Emilie Deschenes, Tia Giguere, Julie Serafin, Martin Bilodeau, Heidi Sveistrup

JMIR Serious Games 2016;4(1):e9

Web-Based Interventions to Promote Healthy Lifestyles for Older Adults: Protocol for a Scoping Review

Web-Based Interventions to Promote Healthy Lifestyles for Older Adults: Protocol for a Scoping Review

A scoping review will be conducted based on the framework proposed by Levac et al [18].

Audrey Lavoie, Véronique Dubé

JMIR Res Protoc 2021;10(1):e23207

Voices in Evidence-Based Newborn Care: A How-to-Guide on Developing a Parent-Facing Podcast

Voices in Evidence-Based Newborn Care: A How-to-Guide on Developing a Parent-Facing Podcast

episode include the following: having an expert or celebrity on infant topics (ie, Dr Harvey Karp or Dr Jennifer Arnold), interviewing an Instagram influencer with tens of thousands of followers and having them post on social media regarding the episode (ie, Dr Danielle

Joanna Parga-Belinkie, Raina M Merchant

JMIR Pediatr Parent 2019;2(2):e16335

The Importance of Trust in the Adoption and Use of Intelligent Assistive Technology by Older Adults to Support Aging in Place: Scoping Review Protocol

The Importance of Trust in the Adoption and Use of Intelligent Assistive Technology by Older Adults to Support Aging in Place: Scoping Review Protocol

A scoping review methodology using the approach advised by Arksey and O’Malley [38] and advanced by Levac et al [37] was selected over more time-intensive synthesis approaches (ie, systematic review, meta-analysis).Step 1: Identification of the Research QuestionLevac

Josephine McMurray, Gillian Strudwick, Cheryl Forchuk, Adam Morse, Jessica Lachance, Arani Baskaran, Lauren Allison, Richard Booth

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(11):e218

Beliefs, Knowledge, Implementation, and Integration of Evidence-Based Practice Among Primary Health Care Providers: Protocol for a Scoping Review

Beliefs, Knowledge, Implementation, and Integration of Evidence-Based Practice Among Primary Health Care Providers: Protocol for a Scoping Review

MethodsWe will use the scoping review methodological framework conceived by Arksey and O'Malley [38], with the refinements described by Levac et al [39] and Colquhoun et al [40], and consider the recommendations of the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic

Filipa Pereira, Mireille Salvi, Henk Verloo

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(8):e148

A Web-Based Knowledge Translation Resource for Families and Service Providers (The “F-Words” in Childhood Disability Knowledge Hub): Developmental and Pilot Evaluation Study

A Web-Based Knowledge Translation Resource for Families and Service Providers (The “F-Words” in Childhood Disability Knowledge Hub): Developmental and Pilot Evaluation Study

Levac et al [7] defined Web-based KT resources as “e-learning products that translate evidence-based knowledge to disseminate information that increases awareness, informs clinical practice, and stimulates practice change.”

Andrea Cross, Peter Rosenbaum, Danijela Grahovac, Julie Brocklehurst, Diane Kay, Sue Baptiste, Jan Willem Gorter

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2018;5(2):e10439

Predicted Influences of Artificial Intelligence on the Domains of Nursing: Scoping Review

Predicted Influences of Artificial Intelligence on the Domains of Nursing: Scoping Review

knowledge, no scoping reviews have mapped existing evidence on the relationship between AI, nursing, and the nurse-patient relationship.MethodsScoping ReviewThis scoping review followed the framework developed by Arksey and O’Malley [24] and further advanced by Levac

Christine Buchanan, M Lyndsay Howitt, Rita Wilson, Richard G Booth, Tracie Risling, Megan Bamford

JMIR Nursing 2020;3(1):e23939

Mapping Evidence on Community-Based Clinical Education Models for Undergraduate Physiotherapy Students: Protocol for a Scoping Review

Mapping Evidence on Community-Based Clinical Education Models for Undergraduate Physiotherapy Students: Protocol for a Scoping Review

community-based primary health care training model for undergraduate physiotherapy students in the South African context.MethodsStudy DesignThe methodology for this scoping review will adopt the five-stage framework developed by Arksey and O’Malley [23], which Levac

Nomzamo Charity Thobekile Chemane, Verusia Chetty, Saul Cobbing

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(10):e19039