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  • Patients’ and health professionals’ use of social media in health care: Motives, barriers and expectations

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    Marjolijn L. Antheunis,Kiek Tates, Theodoor E. Nieboer; Patients’ and health professionals’ use of social media in health care: Motives, barriers and expectations.

    Available at: - http://bit.ly/1phhQeF
    Abstract:
    Objective: To investigate patients’ and health professionals’ (a) motives and use of social media for health-related reasons, and (b) barriers and expectations for health-related social media use.
    Methods: We conducted a descriptive online survey among 139 patients and 153 health care professionals in obstetrics and gynecology. In this survey, we asked the respondents about their motives and use of social network sites (SNS: Facebook and Hyves), Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

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  • Developing predictive models using electronic medical records: challenges and pitfalls.

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    Paxton C, Niculescu-Mizil A, Saria S; Developing predictive models using electronic medical records: challenges and pitfalls. Maryland: AMIA Annual Symposium; [2013].

    Availabe at: http://1.usa.gov/SKAEXa

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  • Sick patients have more data: the non-random completeness of electronic health records.

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    Weiskopf NG, Rusanov A, Weng C; Sick patients have more data: the non-random completeness of electronic health records. Maryland: AMIA Symposium; [Nov. 2013].

    Available at: http://1.usa.gov/1ikvYOk

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  • Organizing Videoconferencing for Collaborative Medical Diagnosis: Pre-Planned and Acute Practice

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    Line Lundvoll Warth; Organizing Videoconferencing for Collaborative Medical Diagnosis: Pre-Planned and Acute Practice. Barcelona: eTELEMED 2014; [March 2014].

    Available at: http://bit.ly/1nfAErA

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  • The current capabilities of health information technology to support care transitions.

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    Samal L, Dykes PC, Greenberg J, Hasan O, Venkatesh AK, Volk LA, Bates DW; The current capabilities of health information technology to support care transitions. Maryland: AMIA Annual Symposium; [Nov 2013]. Available at: http://1.usa.gov/1o9Sstg

    Available at: http://1.usa.gov/1o9Sstg
    Abstract:
    To determine whether HIT currently supports care transitions we interviewed clinicians from several healthcare settings. We learned about HIT tools to help nurses facilitate transitions, but discovered that there are few tools to promote high quality, safe transitions of care. We also found that HIT is rarely employed for patient-centered care coordination mechanisms. In conclusion, HIT tools are typically used within one healthcare setting to prepare for a transition, rather than across healthcare settings.

  • Implementing Transnational Telemedicine Solutions

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    Leila Eadie, David Heaney, Lee Dowie, Liam Glynn, Monica Casey, Patrick Hayes, Matti Matero, Undine Knarvik, Soo Hun, Käte Alrutz; Implementing Transnational Telemedicine Solutions. Barcelona: eTELEMED; [2014].

    Available at: http://bit.ly/1pg5kxH

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  • What makes people talk about antibiotics on social media? A retrospective analysis of Twitter use.

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    Dyar OJ, Castro-Sánchez E, Holmes AH; What makes people talk about antibiotics on social media? A retrospective analysis of Twitter use. Oxford U Press: The Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy [May 2014].

    Available at: http://1.usa.gov/1pBnwzv

    Abstract:
    Social media has reshaped individual and institutional communication. The unrestricted access to spontaneous views and opinions of society can enrich the evaluation of healthcare interventions. Antimicrobial resistance has been identified as a global threat to health requiring collaboration between clinicians and healthcare users. We sought to explore events and individuals influencing the discourse about antibiotics on Twitter.

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  • How Can Research Keep Up With eHealth? Ten Strategies for Increasing the Timeliness and Usefulness of eHealth Research

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    Timothy B Baker, David H Gustafson, Dhavan Shah; How Can Research Keep Up With eHealth? Ten Strategies for Increasing the Timeliness and Usefulness of eHealth Research. Toronto: Journal of Medical Internet Research; [Feb 2014].

    Available at: http://1.usa.gov/1xhKAI1

    Abstract:
    Background: eHealth interventions appear and change so quickly that they challenge the way we conduct research. By the time a randomized trial of a new intervention is published, technological improvements and clinical discoveries may make the intervention dated and unappealing. This and the spate of health-related apps and websites may lead consumers, patients, and caregivers to use interventions that lack evidence of efficacy.
    Objective: This paper aims to offer strategies for increasing the speed and usefulness of eHealth research.

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  • Systematic review on what works, what does not work and why of implementation of mobile health (mHealth) projects in Africa.

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    Clara B Aranda-Jan, Neo Mohutsiwa-Dibe, Svetla Loukanova; Systematic review on what works, what does not work and why of implementation of mobile health (mHealth) projects in Africa. London: BMC Public Health; [Feb 2014].

    Abstract:
    Background: Access to mobile phone technology has rapidly expanded in developing countries. In Africa, mHealth is a relatively new concept and questions arise regarding reliability of the technology used for health outcomes. This review documents strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) of mHealth projects in Africa.

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  • eHealth and Health Literacy: A Research Methodology Review

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    Michael Mackert, Sara E. Champlin,Avery Holton, Isaac I. Muñoz,Manuel José Damásio; eHealth and Health Literacy: A Research Methodology Review. Malden: Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication; [Apr 2014].

    Available at: http://bit.ly/Uc2qxi

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