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Perspectives of family physicians on computer-assisted health-risk assessments
(Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2010-05-07)
Background: The firsthand experience of physicians using computer-assisted health-risk assessment is salient for designing practical eHealth solutions. Objective: The aim of this study was to enhance understanding about ...
Implementing successful intimate partner violence screening programs in health care settings: evidence generated from a realist-informed systematic review
We undertook a synthesis of existing studies to re-evaluate the evidence on program mechanisms of intimate partner violence (IPV) universal screening and disclosure within a health care context by addressing how, for whom, ...
Cancer screening behaviours among South Asian immigrants in the UK, US and Canada: a scoping study
South Asian (SA) immigrants settled in the United Kingdom (UK) and North America [United States (US) and Canada] have low screening rates for breast, cervical and colorectal cancers. Incidence rates of these cancers increase ...
Assessing patient attitudes to computerized screening in primary care: psychometric properties of the computerized lifestyle assessment scale
(Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2008-04-18)
Background: Computer-based health-risk assessments are electronic surveys which can be completed by patients privately, for example during their waiting time in a clinic, generating a risk report for the clinician and a ...