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Mobilizing mHealth Data Collection in Older Adults: Challenges and Opportunities

Mobilizing mHealth Data Collection in Older Adults: Challenges and Opportunities

Below, we explore details of mHealth data collection for the field and how to help reduce the two digital divides outlined above.The primary advantages of mHealth data collection mechanisms stem from the four big data V's: velocity, volume, variety, and veracity

Theodore D Cosco, Joseph Firth, Ipsit Vahia, Andrew Sixsmith, John Torous

JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e10019

Learnability of a Configurator Empowering End Users to Create Mobile Data Collection Instruments: Usability Study

Learnability of a Configurator Empowering End Users to Create Mobile Data Collection Instruments: Usability Study

RQ2: How are the performances of novices and experts changing from the last task (data collection instrument) of Session 1 to the first task (data collection instrument) of Session 2?

Johannes Schobel, Rüdiger Pryss, Thomas Probst, Winfried Schlee, Marc Schickler, Manfred Reichert

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(6):e148

A Web-Based Application to Improve Data Collection in an Interventional Study Targeting Childhood Obesity: Pre-Post Analysis

A Web-Based Application to Improve Data Collection in an Interventional Study Targeting Childhood Obesity: Pre-Post Analysis

The location and geographical dispersion of the field sites created challenges to data collection, including long travel times and difficulty for the university researchers to be physically engaged in all aspects of data collection.

Meagan M Hanbury, Banafsheh Sadeghi, Iraklis Erik Tseregounis, Rosa Gomez-Camacho, Rosa D Manzo, Maria Isabel Rangel, Bogdan Alexandrescu, Adela de la Torre

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(1):e10861

Response Rate and Completeness of Questionnaires: A Randomized Study of Internet Versus Paper-and-Pencil Versions

Response Rate and Completeness of Questionnaires: A Randomized Study of Internet Versus Paper-and-Pencil Versions

However, Internet-based data collection may differ from traditional methods with respect to response rate and data quality as well as validity and reliability of the involved scales.

Sissel Marie Kongsved, Maja Basnov, Kurt Holm-Christensen, Niels Henrik Hjollund

J Med Internet Res 2007;9(3):e25

The Postencounter Form System: Viewpoint on Efficient Data Collection Within Electronic Health Records

The Postencounter Form System: Viewpoint on Efficient Data Collection Within Electronic Health Records

Since the successful implementation of the PEF system, the Road Home Program has implemented this system for most other forms of data collection such as demographic information during an intake evaluation, medical information, or clinician-administered assessment

Philip Held, Randy A Boley, Walter G Faig, John A O'Toole, Imran Desai, Alyson K Zalta, Jawad Khan, Shannon Sims, Michael B Brennan, Rebecca Van Horn, Angela C Glover, Bala N Hota, Brian D Patty, S Shafiq Rab, Mark H Pollack, Niranjan S Karnik

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(4):e17429

The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Online Recruitment of Parents for Health-Related Focus Groups: Lessons Learned

The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Online Recruitment of Parents for Health-Related Focus Groups: Lessons Learned

FluidSurveys Version 4.0 (Ottawa, ON, Canada) was used for data collection and data were subsequently exported into Microsoft Excel 2010 and Stata SE 10.0 (StataCorp LP, College Station, TX, USA) for analysis.RecruitmentOur primary recruitment strategy involved

Susan Quach, Jennifer A Pereira, Margaret L Russell, Anne E Wormsbecker, Hilary Ramsay, Lois Crowe, Sherman D Quan, Jeff Kwong

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(11):e250

No Increase in Response Rate by Adding a Web Response Option to a Postal Population Survey: A Randomized Trial

No Increase in Response Rate by Adding a Web Response Option to a Postal Population Survey: A Randomized Trial

There is a substantial interest in using the Internet for surveys because of speed, low cost of data collection, and potentially large sample sizes and also because of falling response rates with conventional surveys [1-3].

Jan Brøgger, Wenche Nystad, Inger Cappelen, Per Bakke

J Med Internet Res 2007;9(5):e40