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Use of Web Conferencing Technology for Conducting Online Focus Groups Among Young People With Lived Experience of Suicidal Thoughts: Mixed Methods Research

Use of Web Conferencing Technology for Conducting Online Focus Groups Among Young People With Lived Experience of Suicidal Thoughts: Mixed Methods Research

Data were drawn from two online surveys (before and after the W-OFG), and one relevant question was asked at the end of the W-OFG.The pre–W-OFG online survey was designed to collect participants’ characteristics and preference for the type(s) of focus groups

Jin Han, Michelle Torok, Nyree Gale, Quincy JJ Wong, Aliza Werner-Seidler, Sarah E Hetrick, Helen Christensen

JMIR Ment Health 2019;6(10):e14191


Is There a Weekly Pattern for Health Searches on Wikipedia and Is the Pattern Unique to Health Topics?

Is There a Weekly Pattern for Health Searches on Wikipedia and Is the Pattern Unique to Health Topics?

with peaks at the beginning of the workweek would be specific to health-related information searching, we included 2 randomly chosen celebrities in sports and music: 3-time FIFA Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi and one of the current top-selling pop stars, Justin

Elia Gabarron, Annie YS Lau, Rolf Wynn

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(12):e286


Metadata Correction: Online Social Networks and Smoking Cessation: A Scientific Research Agenda

Metadata Correction: Online Social Networks and Smoking Cessation: A Scientific Research Agenda

Justin Byron in the originally published manuscript. This error has been corrected in the online version of the paper on the JMIR website on January 11, 2012, together with publishing this correction notice.

Nathan K. Cobb, Amanda L. Graham, M. Justin Byron, Raymond S. Niaura, David B. Abrams, Workshop Participants

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(1):e12


Monitoring Occupational Sitting, Standing, and Stepping in Office Employees With the W@W-App and the MetaWearC Sensor: Validation Study

Monitoring Occupational Sitting, Standing, and Stepping in Office Employees With the W@W-App and the MetaWearC Sensor: Validation Study

This study examined the validity of the W@W-App+ MetaWearC tool to quantify time spent in occupational sitting, standing, and stepping against the current gold-standard, device-based measure for postural behaviors.MethodsMeasurement ToolsThe new W@W-App was

Judit Bort-Roig, Emilia Chirveches-Pérez, Francesc Garcia-Cuyàs, Kieran P Dowd, Anna Puig-Ribera

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(8):e15338