Published on in Vol 8, No 3 (2022): Jul-Sep

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/34745, first published .
Association Between Patient Portal Use and Perceived Patient-Centered Communication Among Adults With Cancer: Cross-sectional Survey Study

Association Between Patient Portal Use and Perceived Patient-Centered Communication Among Adults With Cancer: Cross-sectional Survey Study

Association Between Patient Portal Use and Perceived Patient-Centered Communication Among Adults With Cancer: Cross-sectional Survey Study

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  1. Zaidi M, Gazarian P, Mattie H, Sheldon L, Gakumo C. Examining the Impact of Selected Sociodemographic Factors and Cancer-Related Fatalistic Beliefs on Patient Engagement via Health Information Technology Among Older Adults: Cross-Sectional Analysis. JMIR Aging 2023;6:e44777 View
  2. Langford A, Orellana K, Buderer N, Andreadis K, Williams S. Role of digital health communication, sociodemographic factors, and medical conditions on perceived quality of patient-centered communication. Patient Education and Counseling 2024;119:108054 View
  3. Knowles H, Swoboda T, Sandlin D, Huggins C, Takami T, Johnson G, Wang H. The association between electronic health information usage and patient-centered communication: a cross sectional analysis from the Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS). BMC Health Services Research 2023;23(1) View
  4. Mahmoud R, Callahan K, Schell D, Carron S, Chahin S. Direct and Indirect Care of Patients With Multiple Sclerosis: Burden on Providers and Impact of Portal Messages. International Journal of MS Care 2024;26(1):13 View
  5. Cao W, Cao X. Facilitating patient portal engagement: a channel expansion and behavior change wheel perspective. Frontiers in Communication 2024;9 View
  6. Lai Y, Ye J, Ran Q, Ao H. Internet-based eHealth technology for emotional well-being among the older adults with a family cancer history: full mediation effects of health information self-efficacy and cancer fatalism. BMC Psychology 2024;12(1) View
  7. Alturkistani A, Beaney T, Greenfield G, Costelloe C. Patient portal registration and healthcare utilisation in general practices in England: a longitudinal cohort study. BJGP Open 2023:BJGPO.2023.0106 View