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Assessing the Comparability of Paper and Electronic Versions of the EORTC QOL Module for Head and Neck Cancer: A Qualitative Study

Assessing the Comparability of Paper and Electronic Versions of the EORTC QOL Module for Head and Neck Cancer: A Qualitative Study

IntroductionPatient-reported outcomes (PROs) are used in clinical trials and clinical practice to assess symptoms, impacts, and health-related quality of life (HRQoL) from the patient perspective.

Josephine Norquist, Diana Chirovsky, Teja Munshi, Chloe Tolley, Charlotte Panter, Adam Gater

JMIR Cancer 2017;3(1):e7


Spinal Cord Injury Veterans’ Disability Benefits, Outcomes, and Health Care Utilization Patterns: Protocol for a Qualitative Study

Spinal Cord Injury Veterans’ Disability Benefits, Outcomes, and Health Care Utilization Patterns: Protocol for a Qualitative Study

To qualify for disability compensation benefits, veterans have to submit an disability compensation application and complete a medical assessment to ascertain the functional impact of their disabilities and its impact on a veterans’ average impairment in earning

Denise C Fyffe, Joyce Williams, Paul Tobin, Carol Gibson-Gill

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(10):e14039


Uterine Fundectomy in Patients With Benign Etiology Undergoing Hysterectomy: New Surgical Technique

Uterine Fundectomy in Patients With Benign Etiology Undergoing Hysterectomy: New Surgical Technique

The surgical technique is selected based on the reason for surgery, the general condition of the patient, and the surgeon’s experience and skills.

AboTaleb Saremi, Homa Bahrami, Fariba Feizy

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(10):e150


Conducting Research on the Internet: Medical Record Data Integration with Patient-Reported Outcomes

Conducting Research on the Internet: Medical Record Data Integration with Patient-Reported Outcomes

The ability to access targeted patient populations, coupled with technology to capture patient-reported outcomes data via the Internet, can reduce study timelines and cost, thus increasing the operational feasibility of real-world drug evaluation.

Elisa Cascade, Paige Marr, Matthew Winslow, Andrew Burgess, Mark Nixon

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(5):e137


The Impact of Different Surgical Modalities for Hysterectomy on Satisfaction and Patient Reported Outcomes

The Impact of Different Surgical Modalities for Hysterectomy on Satisfaction and Patient Reported Outcomes

IntroductionThe growth of online support communities and patient engagement on the Internet has provided researchers with unique opportunities to study patient reported outcomes.

Michael C Pitter, Christopher Simmonds, Usha Seshadri-Kreaden, Helen B Hubert

Interact J Med Res 2014;3(3):e11


Initial Evaluation of an Electronic Symptom Diary for Adolescents with Cancer

Initial Evaluation of an Electronic Symptom Diary for Adolescents with Cancer

We used the PeNAT in conjunction with a VAS to assess the degree of nausea in this early stage of application development to collect correlative assessment data and to explore the optimal assessment tool for the application.No single-item validated instruments

Christina Baggott, Faith Gibson, Beatriz Coll, Richard Kletter, Paul Zeltzer, Christine Miaskowski

JMIR Res Protoc 2012;1(2):e23


Social Media Listening to Understand the Lived Experience of Presbyopia: Systematic Search and Content Analysis Study

Social Media Listening to Understand the Lived Experience of Presbyopia: Systematic Search and Content Analysis Study

exchange of health information is popular online; a recent study found that 51% of Americans had used social networking, and a further 66% had looked at blogs for health information [12].Social media reviews are increasingly being used to investigate the patient

James S Wolffsohn, Claudia Leteneux-Pantais, Sima Chiva-Razavi, Sarah Bentley, Chloe Johnson, Amy Findley, Chloe Tolley, Rob Arbuckle, Jyothi Kommineni, Nishith Tyagi

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(9):e18306


Using Eye Trackers for Usability Evaluation of Health Information Technology: A Systematic Literature Review

Using Eye Trackers for Usability Evaluation of Health Information Technology: A Systematic Literature Review

IntroductionHealth information technology (HIT) systems are promising tools for improving quality, patient safety, and efficiency in health care systems [1-4].

Onur Asan, Yushi Yang

JMIR Hum Factors 2015;2(1):e5