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Benefits of Mobile Apps for Cancer Pain Management: Systematic Review

Benefits of Mobile Apps for Cancer Pain Management: Systematic Review

Rincon et al [2] pointed out that strict clinical trials are lacking for most apps. Three other reviews assessed multiple app types, which cannot quantitatively analyze the overall effectiveness of the apps on pain [35,38,39].

Caiyun Zheng, Xu Chen, Lizhu Weng, Ling Guo, Haiting Xu, Meimei Lin, Yan Xue, Xiuqin Lin, Aiqin Yang, Lili Yu, Zenggui Xue, Jing Yang

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(1):e17055

Interaction Patterns of Men Who Have Sex With Men on a Geosocial Networking Mobile App in Seven United States Metropolitan Areas: Observational Study

Interaction Patterns of Men Who Have Sex With Men on a Geosocial Networking Mobile App in Seven United States Metropolitan Areas: Observational Study

Boston had the largest proportion of white searchers (20.98%, 923/4400) and the second highest proportion of Asian searchers (22.52%, 991/4400) behind San Francisco (36.02%, 3902/10,833).

Nadia N Abuelezam, Yakir A Reshef, David Novak, Yonatan Hagai Grad, George R Seage III, Kenneth Mayer, Marc Lipsitch

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(9):e13766

Disparities in Patient-Reported Interest in Web-Based Patient Portals: Survey at an Urban Academic Safety-Net Hospital

Disparities in Patient-Reported Interest in Web-Based Patient Portals: Survey at an Urban Academic Safety-Net Hospital

The University of California San Francisco Institutional Review Board approved this study.ResultsDemographicsAmong 16,507 unique patients, the average age was 53 years (SD 19.17): 42.16% (6960/16,507) were women, 26.43% (4362/16,507) white, 28.02% (4625/16,507

Shobha Sadasivaiah, Courtney R Lyles, Stephen Kiyoi, Piera Wong, Neda Ratanawongsa

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(3):e11421

Evaluation of a Health Information Technology–Enabled Collective Intelligence Platform to Improve Diagnosis in Primary Care and Urgent Care Settings: Protocol for a Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial

Evaluation of a Health Information Technology–Enabled Collective Intelligence Platform to Improve Diagnosis in Primary Care and Urgent Care Settings: Protocol for a Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial

ApprovalThis study was reviewed and approved by the institutional review board at the University of California, San Francisco.MethodsSetting and Study PopulationWe will use a convenience sampling approach to recruit primary care and urgent care clinicians in San Francisco

Valy Fontil, Elaine C Khoong, Mekhala Hoskote, Kate Radcliffe, Neda Ratanawongsa, Courtney Rees Lyles, Urmimala Sarkar

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(8):e13151

A Qualitative Examination of Respondent-Driven Sampling (RDS) Peer Referral Challenges Among Young Transwomen in the San Francisco Bay Area

A Qualitative Examination of Respondent-Driven Sampling (RDS) Peer Referral Challenges Among Young Transwomen in the San Francisco Bay Area

considerations for future applications of RDS peer referral among hidden youth populations.MethodsThe SHINE StudyThe SHINE study is the first longitudinal study, to our knowledge, of HIV risk and resilience among young transwomen, ages 16-24 [16], in the San Francisco

Sean Arayasirikul, Xiang Cai, Erin C Wilson

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2015;1(2):e9