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Acknowledgment Correction of: Impact of Game-Inspired Infographics on User Engagement and Information Processing in an eHealth Program

Acknowledgment Correction of: Impact of Game-Inspired Infographics on User Engagement and Information Processing in an eHealth Program

The first author also thanks Deanna Puglia for assistance preparing the manuscript.”This correction has been made in the online version of the paper on the JMIR website on January 09, 2017, together with publishing this corrigendum.A correction notice has been

Maria Leonora G. Comello, Xiaokun Qian, Allison M Deal, Kurt M Ribisl, Laura A Linnan, Deborah F Tate

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(1):e12

Twitter Social Media is an Effective Tool for Breast Cancer Patient Education and Support: Patient-Reported Outcomes by Survey

Twitter Social Media is an Effective Tool for Breast Cancer Patient Education and Support: Patient-Reported Outcomes by Survey

cancer-related tweet chats have developed (Table 4), including sites for lung cancer, gynecologic cancers, multiple myeloma, and pancreatic cancer.Table 4Cancer-related tweet chat sites.Cancer typeHashtag (#)Physician moderator(s)Twitter handleBreast#BCSMDr Deanna

Deanna J Attai, Michael S Cowher, Mohammed Al-Hamadani, Jody M Schoger, Alicia C Staley, Jeffrey Landercasper

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(7):e188

Breakeven, Cost Benefit, Cost Effectiveness, and Willingness to Pay for Web-Based Versus Face-to-Face Education Delivery for Health Professionals

Breakeven, Cost Benefit, Cost Effectiveness, and Willingness to Pay for Web-Based Versus Face-to-Face Education Delivery for Health Professionals

Wells [24], Phelps et al [11], and Rumble [12] all reported that the shifting assumptions in information communication technologies affect the ability to contrast studies investigating the use of these technologies in education, such as who pays for what costs

Stephen Maloney, Romi Haas, Jenny L Keating, Elizabeth Molloy, Brian Jolly, Jane Sims, Prue Morgan, Terry Haines

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(2):e47