Feedback Request: Personal Data Tracking and Patients With Multiple Chronic Conditions


As part of our endeavors to engage patients and caregivers in research, we’re posting links to specific articles and asking for your feedback!

Below you’ll find the abstract and link to an article in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) entitled “You Get Reminded You’re a Sick Person”: Personal Data Tracking and Patients With Multiple Chronic Conditions.

Make sure you are registered with The Research Loop.  Then go read the article and make notes.  Once you’ve read it, come back and submit your feedback.

You can find other feedback requests here.  

We can’t wait to hear your thoughts!

Abstract:

“You Get Reminded You’re a Sick Person”:
Personal Data Tracking and Patients With Multiple Chronic Conditions

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Feedback Request: Precision Medicine: Genomic Profiles to Individualize Therapy


As part of our endeavors to engage patients and caregivers in research, we’re posting links to specific articles and asking for your feedback!  This post is in concert with the
Health Tech Reads (#HTReads) tweetchat to be held on Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at 9:30pm EST.  You do not need to take part in the tweetchat to submit feedback but we hope you will.  And for a primer on tweetchats, make sure to check in on our blog from the #IrishMed tweetchat.

Below you’ll find the abstract and link to an article in Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America entitled Precision Medicine: Genomic Profiles to Individualize Therapy.

Make sure you are registered with The Research Loop.  Then go read the article and make notes.  Once you’ve read it, come back and submit your feedback.

You can find other feedback requests here.

We can’t wait to hear your thoughts!

Abstract:

Precision Medicine: Genomic Profiles to Individualize Therapy

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Feedback Request: The invisible work of personal health information management


As part of our endeavors to engage patients and caregivers in research, we’re posting links to specific articles and asking for your feedback!  This is the second in our series of request.

Below you’ll find the abstract and link to an article in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) entitled The invisible work of personal health information management among people with multiple chronic conditions: qualitative interview study among patients and providers. 

Make sure you are registered with The Research Loop.  Then go read the article and make notes.  Once you’ve read it, come back and submit your feedback.

You can find other feedback requests here.  

We can’t wait to hear your thoughts!

Abstract:

The invisible work of personal health information management among people with multiple chronic conditions: qualitative interview study among patients and providers.

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Feedback Request: Patient Demands and Requests for Cancer Tests and Treatments in JAMA Oncology


While The Research Loop is primarily designed for patients and caregivers who have read research they found on their own to provide feedback on the articles they read, we want to start trying to share articles that may be ripe for feedback.  Any articles we share will be open access or accessible via a free registration.

We’re sending out our first feedback request by asking patients and caregivers to submit feedback on an article in JAMA Oncology entitled Patient Demands and Requests for Cancer Tests and Treatments (abstract below).

Make sure you are registered with The Research Loop.  Then go read the article and make notes.  Once you’ve read it, come back and submit your feedback.

We can’t wait to hear your thoughts!

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