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Gimme My Damn Data (and Let Patients Help!): The #GimmeMyDamnData Manifesto

Gimme My Damn Data (and Let Patients Help!): The #GimmeMyDamnData Manifesto

That is a seminal moment, a vital piece of information in Tom Fergusons’ e-Patient paper, that I will talk about briefly later.So, the title of this talk is indeed, “Gimme My Damn Data!” (Figure 3).

Dave deBronkart, Gunther Eysenbach

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(11):e17045

Using a Virtual Reality Social Network During Awake Craniotomy to Map Social Cognition: Prospective Trial

Using a Virtual Reality Social Network During Awake Craniotomy to Map Social Cognition: Prospective Trial

IntroductionSocial cognition includes all complex cognitive processes involved in social interaction such as nonverbal language (facial and bodily nonverbal cues as affective prosody), empathy, and theory of mind (ToM).

Florian Bernard, Jean-Michel Lemée, Ghislaine Aubin, Aram Ter Minassian, Philippe Menei

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(6):e10332

Open Access as a Revolution: Knowledge Alters Power

Open Access as a Revolution: Knowledge Alters Power

Most of what I wrote in my blog post about that speech [2] is still valid; most importantly, “there’s still no way for me to get all the data out” of my hospital, Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess.

Dave DeBronkart

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(12):e16368

Dual Use of a Patient Portal and Clinical Video Telehealth by Veterans with Mental Health Diagnoses: Retrospective, Cross-Sectional Analysis

Dual Use of a Patient Portal and Clinical Video Telehealth by Veterans with Mental Health Diagnoses: Retrospective, Cross-Sectional Analysis

electronic medical record, Home Telehealth (eg, in-home, messaging, and peripheral devices such as blood pressure and heart rate monitors), mobile health apps, Clinical Video Telehealth (CVT), and an integrated Web-based personal health record and patient portal, My

Erica A Abel, Stephanie L Shimada, Karen Wang, Christine Ramsey, Melissa Skanderson, Joseph Erdos, Linda Godleski, Thomas K Houston, Cynthia A Brandt

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(11):e11350

Correction: A Web-Based Acceptance-Facilitating Intervention for Identifying Patients’ Acceptance, Uptake, and Adherence of Internet- and Mobile-Based Pain Interventions: Randomized Controlled Trial

Correction: A Web-Based Acceptance-Facilitating Intervention for Identifying Patients’ Acceptance, Uptake, and Adherence of Internet- and Mobile-Based Pain Interventions: Randomized Controlled Trial

The corrected references listed below use the new reference number in accordance with the renumbering.In Reference 3, author “OPENMinds” has been removed.In Reference 20, “van SA” has been changed to “van Straten A”.Reference 24 was previously “Paganini S, Lin

Jiaxi Lin, Bianca Faust, David Daniel Ebert, Lena Krämer, Harald Baumeister

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(2):e12015

Older Adults’ Experiences Using a Commercially Available Monitor to Self-Track Their Physical Activity

Older Adults’ Experiences Using a Commercially Available Monitor to Self-Track Their Physical Activity

The second was to use display characteristics most valued by older adults in this study, including greetings (eg, “Hi Tom.”), chatter (eg, “You rock.”, “Ready?”), steps, distance, and a flower that grows with continuous activity.

Siobhan K McMahon, Beth Lewis, Michael Oakes, Weihua Guan, Jean F Wyman, Alexander J Rothman

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(2):e35