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Authorship Correction: Factors Associated With Willingness to Use Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis in Brazil, Mexico, and Peru: Web-Based Survey Among Men Who Have Sex With Men

Authorship Correction: Factors Associated With Willingness to Use Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis in Brazil, Mexico, and Peru: Web-Based Survey Among Men Who Have Sex With Men

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis in Brazil, Mexico, and Peru: Web-Based Survey Among Men Who Have Sex With Men” (JMIR Public Health Surveill 2019;5(2):e13771), the metadata information for author Cristina Pimenta (listed in 8th position) was accidentally overwritten by a

Thiago Silva Torres, Kelika A Konda, E Hamid Vega-Ramirez, Oliver A Elorreaga, Dulce Diaz-Sosa, Brenda Hoagland, Steven Diaz, Cristina Pimenta, Marcos Benedetti, Hugo Lopez-Gatell, Rebeca Robles-Garcia, Beatriz Grinsztejn, Carlos Caceres, Valdilea G Veloso, ImPrEP Study Group

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2019;5(3):e15504


Claiming Positive Results From Negative Trials: A Cause for Concern in Randomized Controlled Trial Research

Claiming Positive Results From Negative Trials: A Cause for Concern in Randomized Controlled Trial Research

were “active” - that both interventions were effective in facilitating or causing a change among participants. 

John A Cunningham

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(8):e179


The Systematic Removal of Participants Post-Randomization Can Lead to Alternate Explanations of the Results

The Systematic Removal of Participants Post-Randomization Can Lead to Alternate Explanations of the Results

This can introduce a potential confound or alternative explanation of the results. The recently published study by Rooke et al [1] removed participants from the analysis who reported other treatment use during the study (n=5).

John A Cunningham

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(6):e128