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  • Using Web-Based Pin-Drop Maps to Capture Activity Spaces Among Young Adults Who Use Drugs in Rural Areas: Cross-Sectional Survey. [Review]
    JMIR Public Health Surveill 2019; 5(4):e13593Cooper HLF, Crawford ND, … Young AM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Missingness for mapping items was low and unlikely to introduce bias, given that it varied across few participant characteristics. Precision results were mixed. In a rural study area of 1378 square miles, most pin-drop home addresses were near a structure; it is unsurprising that fewer drug and sex locations were near structures because most participants reported engaging in these activities outside at times. The error in pin-drop home locations, however, might be too large for some purposes. We offer several recommendations to strengthen future research, including gathering metadata on the extent to which participants zoom in on each map and recruiting participants via trusted staff.
  • Electronic consultations (E-consults) and their outcomes: a systematic review. [Journal Article]
    J Am Med Inform Assoc 2019Vimalananda VG, Orlander JD, … Simon SR
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite stakeholder enthusiasm and encouraging results in the literature to date, more rigorous study designs applied across all outcomes are needed. Policy makers need to know what benefits may be expected in what contexts, so they can define appropriate measures of success and determine how to achieve them.
  • Association of rosacea with inflammatory bowel disease: A MOOSE-compliant meta-analysis. [Meta-Analysis]
    Medicine (Baltimore) 2019; 98(41):e16448Wang FY, Chi CC
  • Rosacea has been reported with several systemic comorbidities, but its relationship with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is unclear. Thus, our objective is to conduct a meta-analysis on the association of rosacea with IBD.We conduct a meta-analysis and searched MEDLINE, CENTRAL, and Embase databases for case-controlled and cohort studies that assessed the association of rosacea with IBD from inc…
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