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Correction: Texting Teens in Transition: The Use of Text Messages in Clinical Intervention Research

Correction: Texting Teens in Transition: The Use of Text Messages in Clinical Intervention Research

The authors of “Texting Teens in Transition: The Use of Text Messages in Clinical Intervention Research" (JMIR mHealth uHealth 2014; 2(4):e45) neglected on submission to acknowledge the support and assistance of Dr Miriam Kaufman from the Good 2 Go Transition

Gwen R Rempel, Ross T Ballantyne, Joyce Magill-Evans, David B Nicholas, Andrew S Mackie

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(1):e13


Attitudes and Response to a Smartphone-Based Digital Pill Intervention to Enhance PrEP Adherence Among Men Who Have Sex With Men With Stimulant Use

Attitudes and Response to a Smartphone-Based Digital Pill Intervention to Enhance PrEP Adherence Among Men Who Have Sex With Men With Stimulant Use

, MAUnited States3Infectious DiseasesBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center / Harvard Medical SchoolBoston, MAUnited States4Department of Emergency MedicineBrigham and Women’s HospitalBoston, MAUnited States5Centers for Behavioral and Preventive MedicineThe Miriam

Georgia Goodman, Conall O'Cleirigh, Kenneth H. Mayer, Edward W. Boyer, Rochelle K. Rosen, Peter R. Chai

iproc 2019;5(1):e15273


A Text Message Delivered Smoking Cessation Intervention: The Initial Trial of TXT-2-Quit: Randomized Controlled Trial

A Text Message Delivered Smoking Cessation Intervention: The Initial Trial of TXT-2-Quit: Randomized Controlled Trial

ProceduresThis study was conducted in the research facilities of the Miriam Hospital, which is affiliated with the Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University, and was approved by the Institutional Review Board prior to initiating recruitment.

Beth Bock, Kristin Heron, Ernestine Jennings, Kathleen Morrow, Victoria Cobb, Joshua Magee, Joseph Fava, Christopher Deutsch, Robert Foster

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2013;1(2):e17


Developing Online Recruitment and Retention Methods for HIV Prevention Research Among Adolescent Males Who Are Interested in Sex with Males: Interviews with Adolescent Males

Developing Online Recruitment and Retention Methods for HIV Prevention Research Among Adolescent Males Who Are Interested in Sex with Males: Interviews with Adolescent Males

All procedures were approved by The Miriam Hospital Institutional Review Board. Participants received US $5 for the interview.ResultsThe average age of the sample was 16 years (standard deviation=2).

Kimberly M Nelson, Jaime J Ramirez, Michael P Carey

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(12):e428


Characterizing the Digital Health Citizen: Mixed-Methods Study Deriving a New Typology

Characterizing the Digital Health Citizen: Mixed-Methods Study Deriving a New Typology

Miriam (age 58 years, NS-SEC class 2, education level 2 of 4), who had had a minor stroke and arthritis, is an example of this group.

John Powell, Ulrike Deetjen

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(3):e11279