Social Mobile Approaches to Reducing Weight (SMART) 2.0: protocol of a randomized controlled trial among young adults in university settings

Trials 2022 The Social Mobile Approaches to Reducing Weight (SMART) 2.0 Study is a 24-month parallel-group randomized controlled trial that will include 642 overweight or obese participants, aged 18–35 years, from universities and community colleges in San Diego, CA.

Abstract P307: The ALPHA Sign in the Diagnosis of Potential Stroke

How might an intelligent voice assistant address older adults' health-related needs?

JAGS 2021 As the elderly population and associated number of persons with dementia increase, so does the need for decision-making capacity assessments (DMCAs). Many healthcare professionals (HCPs), however, do not feel prepared to conduct DMCAs. We have provided 4-h DMCA workshops to HCPs since 2006 and offered physicians either a 3-h or 2-day DMCA workshop from 2013 to present. We evaluated the effectiveness of the workshops on self-reported key concepts of capacit

Grindr users take more risks, but are more open to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) pre-exposure prophylaxis: could this dating app provide a platform for HIV prevention outreach?

Interactive multi-user 3d visual analytics in augmented reality

Using participatory design to inform the Connected and Open Research Ethics (CORE) commons

GrindrTM Users Take more Risks, but are more Open to HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis: Could this Dating App Provide Platform for HIV Prevention Outreach?

Context recognition in-the-wild: Unified model for multi-modal sensors and multi-label classification

Embedded merge & split: Visual adjustment of data grouping

Keystrokes, mouse clicks, and gazing at the computer: how physician interaction with the EHR affects patient participation