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How Search Engine Data Enhance the Understanding of Determinants of Suicide in India and Inform Prevention: Observational Study

How Search Engine Data Enhance the Understanding of Determinants of Suicide in India and Inform Prevention: Observational Study

implemented a nationally representative mortality survey indicating that about 3% of the surveyed deaths (2684 of 95,335) in individuals aged 15 years or older were due to suicide, corresponding to about 187,000 suicide deaths in India in 2010 (as reported in Patel

Natalia Adler, Ciro Cattuto, Kyriaki Kalimeri, Daniela Paolotti, Michele Tizzoni, Stefaan Verhulst, Elad Yom-Tov, Andrew Young

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(1):e10179

How We Evaluate Postgraduate Medical E-Learning: Systematic Review

How We Evaluate Postgraduate Medical E-Learning: Systematic Review

Finally, Patel et al undertook a review to establish the effectiveness of simulation in interventional radiology and evaluated which level of Kirkpatrick’s hierarchy the studies reached, with only 1 reaching level 4.

Robert de Leeuw, Anneloes de Soet, Sabine van der Horst, Kieran Walsh, Michiel Westerman, Fedde Scheele

JMIR Med Educ 2019;5(1):e13128

A Novel Digital Platform Approach to Enhance Enterprise-Wide Patient Portal Adoption

A Novel Digital Platform Approach to Enhance Enterprise-Wide Patient Portal Adoption

Medicine at Mount SinaiNew York, NYUnited States3Yale School of Medicine & Yale New Haven HealthStratford, CTUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Yauheni Solad yauheni.solad@yale.eduJul-Dec20181709201842e118162820182982018©Yauheni Solad, Shrawan Patel

Yauheni Solad, Shrawan Patel, Allen Hsiao, Ashish Atreja

iproc 2018;4(2):e11816

Public Awareness, Usage, and Predictors for the Use of Doctor Rating Websites: Cross-Sectional Study in England

Public Awareness, Usage, and Predictors for the Use of Doctor Rating Websites: Cross-Sectional Study in England

significant predictors for future intention to use doctor-rating websites for any purpose.Public Preference on Mode of FeedbackThe results suggest that there is no one most preferred way for patients to leave feedback about a GP, and this was also found by Patel

Salma Patel, Rebecca Cain, Kevin Neailey, Lucy Hooberman

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(7):e243

Impact of Automated Digital Navigation Program on Bowel Preparation Quality and Patient Satisfaction for Colonoscopy: A Comparative Study Across Multiple Sites

Impact of Automated Digital Navigation Program on Bowel Preparation Quality and Patient Satisfaction for Colonoscopy: A Comparative Study Across Multiple Sites

York, NYUnited States3Yale New Haven HospitalNew Haven, CTUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Natalie Bishop natalie@rx.healthJan-Dec2019210201951e1527027620191382019©Natalie Bishop, Sarthak Kakkar, Shashank Garg, Andy Pfau, Melody Burgo, Cera Jaffe, Shrawan Patel

Natalie Bishop, Sarthak Kakkar, Shashank Garg, Andy Pfau, Melody Burgo, Cera Jaffe, Shrawan Patel, Jason Rogers, Farah Fasihuddin, Virender Sharma, David Greenwald, Michael Smith, Bruce Sands, Yauheni Solad, Loren Laine, Amir Masoud, Kiran Sidhu, Ashish Atreja

iproc 2019;5(1):e15270

The Mediating Role of Organizational Reputation and Trust in the Intention to Use Wearable Health Devices: Cross-Country Study

The Mediating Role of Organizational Reputation and Trust in the Intention to Use Wearable Health Devices: Cross-Country Study

For example, in their study on the adoption of internet banking, Patel and Patel [58] found that perceived security has a strong influence on participants’ intention to use internet banking services.

Funmi Adebesin, Revingstone Mwalugha

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(6):e16721

Barriers Over Time to Full Implementation of Health Information Exchange in the United States

Barriers Over Time to Full Implementation of Health Information Exchange in the United States

Patel V et al identified an inequity of those who pay for participation in the HIE and those who benefit, such as the patient. This was categorized as both “impedes competition” and “misaligned incentives” [13].

Clemens Scott Kruse, Verna Regier, Kurt T. Rheinboldt

JMIR Med Inform 2014;2(2):e26

Mobile Apps to Support the Self-Management of Hypertension: Systematic Review of Effectiveness, Usability, and User Satisfaction

Mobile Apps to Support the Self-Management of Hypertension: Systematic Review of Effectiveness, Usability, and User Satisfaction

managementAnglada-Martínez et al [39]✔✔✔✔✔—Bengtsson et al [36]✔✔——✔—Bengtsson et al [37]✔✔——✔—Hallberg et al [38]✔✔——✔—Carrera et al [40]✔✔✔✔✔—McGillicuddy et al [25]✔✔——✔—McGillicuddy et al [26]✔✔——✔—Davidson et al [24]✔✔——✔—McGillicuddy et al [27]✔✔——✔—Bloss et al [28]✔✔✔✔✔—Patel

Tourkiah Alessa, Sarah Abdi, Mark S Hawley, Luc de Witte

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(7):e10723

Evaluating Digital Maturity and Patient Acceptability of Real-Time Patient Experience Feedback Systems: Systematic Review

Evaluating Digital Maturity and Patient Acceptability of Real-Time Patient Experience Feedback Systems: Systematic Review

Feasibility study3 monthsPreviously validated (Visit Rating Questionnaire)Telephone (electronic voice response technology)Exploring patients’ views toward giving Web-based feedback and rating to general practitioners in England: a qualitative descriptive study; Patel

Mustafa Khanbhai, Kelsey Flott, Ara Darzi, Erik Mayer

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(1):e9076