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Breaking Health Insurance Knowledge Barriers Through Games: Pilot Test of Health Care America

Breaking Health Insurance Knowledge Barriers Through Games: Pilot Test of Health Care America

Indeed, participants indicated a greater self-reported understanding of how to use health insurance from pregame play (mean=3.38, SD=0.98) to postgame play (mean=3.76, SD=0.76); t71=−3.56, P=.001.

Sara Champlin, Juli James

JMIR Serious Games 2017;5(4):e22


Impact of a Mobile App–Based Health Coaching and Behavior Change Program on Participant Engagement and Weight Status of Overweight and Obese Children: Retrospective Cohort Study

Impact of a Mobile App–Based Health Coaching and Behavior Change Program on Participant Engagement and Weight Status of Overweight and Obese Children: Retrospective Cohort Study

Children in the 24-week group were more likely to be classified as obese, when compared with those in the 4- and 12-week groups (118/138, 85.5% vs 218/292, 74.7% and 522/690, 75.7%, respectively, P=.03).

Victor Cueto, C Jason Wang, Lee Michael Sanders

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(11):e14458


“I Always Vet Things”: Navigating Privacy and the Presentation of Self on Health Discussion Boards Among Individuals with Long-Term Conditions

“I Always Vet Things”: Navigating Privacy and the Presentation of Self on Health Discussion Boards Among Individuals with Long-Term Conditions

Similarly, Reid [4] mentions that once participants in a multi-user dungeon (MUD), a type of Internet forum, learned the nature of her research, they began to “manufacture quotable quotes” (p 171), leading her to conclude that nondisclosure of her research

Ellen Brady, Julia Segar, Caroline Sanders

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(10):e274