Published on in Vol 23, No 9 (2021): September

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/26869, first published .
Identifying Enablers of Participant Engagement in Clinical Trials of Consumer Health Technologies: Qualitative Study of Influenza Home Testing

Identifying Enablers of Participant Engagement in Clinical Trials of Consumer Health Technologies: Qualitative Study of Influenza Home Testing

Identifying Enablers of Participant Engagement in Clinical Trials of Consumer Health Technologies: Qualitative Study of Influenza Home Testing

Journals

  1. Thompson M, Drain P, Gregor C, Hassell L, Ko L, Lyon V, Ahmed S, Bishop S, Dupuis V, Garza L, Lambert A, Rowe C, Warne T, Webber E, Westbroek W, Adams A. A pragmatic randomized trial of home-based testing for COVID-19 in rural Native American and Latino communities: Protocol for the “Protecting our Communities” study. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2022;119:106820 View
  2. LeRouge C, Durneva P, Lyon V, Thompson M. Health Consumer Engagement, Enablement, and Empowerment in Smartphone-Enabled Home-Based Diagnostic Testing for Viral Infections: Mixed Methods Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2022;10(6):e34685 View
  3. Webber E, Bishop S, Drain P, Dupuis V, Garza L, Gregor C, Hassell L, Ibarra G, Kessler L, Ko L, Lambert A, Lyon V, Rowe C, Singleton M, Thompson M, Warne T, Westbroek W, Adams A. Critical lessons from a pragmatic randomized trial of home‐based COVID‐19 testing in rural Native American and Latino communities. The Journal of Rural Health 2024 View