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Ecological Validity of Virtual Reality Daily Living Activities Screening for Early Dementia: Longitudinal Study

Ecological Validity of Virtual Reality Daily Living Activities Screening for Early Dementia: Longitudinal Study

Microsoft Kinect software development kit (SDK) (Microsoft Corp, Seattle, WA, USA) was used to analyze gestures and movements and a user interface (UI) system was developed using Microsoft Kinect SDK and precommercial Alterniity algorithms developed by Ioannis

Ioannis Tarnanas, Winfried Schlee, Magda Tsolaki, René Müri, Urs Mosimann, Tobias Nef

JMIR Serious Games 2013;1(1):e1

Can a Novel Web-Based Computer Test Predict Poor Simulated Driving Performance? A Pilot Study With Healthy and Cognitive-Impaired Participants

Can a Novel Web-Based Computer Test Predict Poor Simulated Driving Performance? A Pilot Study With Healthy and Cognitive-Impaired Participants

IntroductionCognition and DrivingDriving a car is a very challenging instrumental activity of daily living that requires the integration of high-level cognition, vision, and motor function [1].

Tobias Nef, René M Müri, Rahel Bieri, Michael Jäger, Nora Bethencourt, Ioannis Tarnanas, Urs P Mosimann

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(10):e232

Training With Virtual Patients in Transcultural Psychiatry: Do the Learners Actually Learn?

Training With Virtual Patients in Transcultural Psychiatry: Do the Learners Actually Learn?

They include a highly diverse group of platforms that, since the first published description in the early 1970s (10), have been developed and studied thoroughly and shown to provide a realistic, reliable, safe, and consistent learning environment for enhancing

Ioannis Pantziaras, Uno Fors, Solvig Ekblad

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(2):e46

CONSORT-EHEALTH: Improving and Standardizing Evaluation Reports of Web-based and Mobile Health Interventions

CONSORT-EHEALTH: Improving and Standardizing Evaluation Reports of Web-based and Mobile Health Interventions

While JMIR was the journal which had most trials published, the distribution has a very long tail, with relevant articles scattered in a wide range of other journals (see Table 1).

Gunther Eysenbach, CONSORT-EHEALTH Group

J Med Internet Res 2011;13(4):e126

Development of Smartphone Applications for Nutrition and Physical Activity Behavior Change

Development of Smartphone Applications for Nutrition and Physical Activity Behavior Change

Native apps run locally on a smartphone’s operating system in a way that is analogous to programs running on a desktop computer.

Lana Hebden, Amelia Cook, Hidde P. van der Ploeg, Margaret Allman-Farinelli

JMIR Res Protoc 2012;1(2):e9

Factors That Contribute to the Use of Stroke Self-Rehabilitation Technologies: A Review

Factors That Contribute to the Use of Stroke Self-Rehabilitation Technologies: A Review

The cost for a person who has had a stroke was reported in 2017 to be around £22,000 per annum. Thus, cost is one of the main drives for service delivery practices.

Ioannis Vourganas, Vladimir Stankovic, Lina Stankovic, Andrew Kerr

JMIR Biomed Eng 2019;4(1):e13732

Extraction of Family History Information From Clinical Notes: Deep Learning and Heuristics Approach

Extraction of Family History Information From Clinical Notes: Deep Learning and Heuristics Approach

with the goal of providing a set of stand-alone tools that can be easily combined in a processing pipeline.

João Figueira Silva, João Rafael Almeida, Sérgio Matos

JMIR Med Inform 2020;8(12):e22898

Metadata Correction: Direct Adherence Measurement Using an Ingestible Sensor Compared With Self-Reporting in High-Risk Cardiovascular Disease Patients Who Knew They Were Being Measured: Prospective Intervention

Metadata Correction: Direct Adherence Measurement Using an Ingestible Sensor Compared With Self-Reporting in High-Risk Cardiovascular Disease Patients Who Knew They Were Being Measured: Prospective Intervention

In the paper by David Thompson et al, “Direct Adherence Measurement Using an Ingestible Sensor Compared With Self-Reporting in High-Risk Cardiovascular Disease Patients Who Knew They Were Being Measured: A Prospective Intervention” (JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017

David Thompson, Teresa Mackay, Maria Matthews, Judith Edwards, Nicholas S Peters, Susan B Connolly

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(4):e13