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The Challenges of Including Patients With Aphasia in Qualitative Research for Health Service Redesign: Qualitative Interview Study

The Challenges of Including Patients With Aphasia in Qualitative Research for Health Service Redesign: Qualitative Interview Study

We have described the approach used in our study to interview poststroke patients with communication difficulties to highlight the weaknesses of not having a good prior understanding of working with this patient group.

Sarah Prior, Andrea Miller, Steven Campbell, Karen Linegar, Gregory Peterson

J Participat Med 2020;12(1):e12336

Implementation of a Substance Use Recovery Support Mobile Phone App in Community Settings: Qualitative Study of Clinician and Staff Perspectives of Facilitators and Barriers

Implementation of a Substance Use Recovery Support Mobile Phone App in Community Settings: Qualitative Study of Clinician and Staff Perspectives of Facilitators and Barriers

Familiarity with A-CHESS from a prior pilot facilitated preimplementation activities. Careful planning of client training, execution of implementation, and tailoring of the app to meet client needs facilitated implementation.

Sarah Lord, Sarah K. Moore, Alex Ramsey, Susan Dinauer, Kimberly Johnson

JMIR Ment Health 2016;3(2):e24

Patients’ Experiences of Using a Consumer mHealth App for Self-Management of Heart Failure: Mixed-Methods Study

Patients’ Experiences of Using a Consumer mHealth App for Self-Management of Heart Failure: Mixed-Methods Study

A second participant died prior to the final interview and collection of the MARS. Six of the eight participants completed the study with the survey and interview.

Leanna Sarah Woods, Jed Duff, Erin Roehrer, Kim Walker, Elizabeth Cummings

JMIR Hum Factors 2019;6(2):e13009

Parental Online Information Access and Childhood Vaccination Decisions in North America: Scoping Review

Parental Online Information Access and Childhood Vaccination Decisions in North America: Scoping Review

selected literature focused solely on the primary immunization series of children, parental decision relating to childhood vaccinations, online vaccination information seeking, and social media and childhood vaccinations.Exclusion CriteriaArticles published prior

Sarah Ashfield, Lorie Donelle

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e20002