Published on in Vol 23, No 4 (2021): April

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/25333, first published .
An Internet-Based Intervention for Cardiovascular Disease Management Integrated With Primary Care Electronic Health Records: Mixed Methods Evaluation of Implementation Fidelity and User Engagement

An Internet-Based Intervention for Cardiovascular Disease Management Integrated With Primary Care Electronic Health Records: Mixed Methods Evaluation of Implementation Fidelity and User Engagement

An Internet-Based Intervention for Cardiovascular Disease Management Integrated With Primary Care Electronic Health Records: Mixed Methods Evaluation of Implementation Fidelity and User Engagement

Journals

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  4. Firet L, Teunissen T, Kool R, Akkermans R, Lagro-Janssen A, van der Vaart H, Assendelft W. The relation between usage of an eHealth intervention for stress urinary incontinence and treatment outcomes: an observational study. BMC Primary Care 2024;25(1) View