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An online community improves adherence in an internet-mediated walking program. Part 1: results of a randomized controlled trial
CR Richardson, LR Buis, AW Janney, DE Goodrich, A Sen, ML Hess, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 12 (4), e1338, 2010
2832010
The effect of technology-mediated diabetes prevention interventions on weight: a meta-analysis
RR Bian, GA Piatt, A Sen, MA Plegue, ML De Michele, D Hafez, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 19 (3), e76, 2017
1012017
Private payer reimbursement for telemedicine services in the United States
P Whitten, L Buis
Telemedicine and e-Health 13 (1), 15-24, 2007
1012007
Text messaging to improve hypertension medication adherence in African Americans from primary care and emergency department settings: results from two randomized feasibility …
L Buis, L Hirzel, RM Dawood, KL Dawood, LP Nichols, NT Artinian, ...
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 5 (2), e6630, 2017
992017
Use of a text message program to raise type 2 diabetes risk awareness and promote health behavior change (part I): assessment of participant reach and adoption
LR Buis, L Hirzel, SA Turske, TR Des Jardins, H Yarandi, P Bondurant
Journal of medical Internet research 15 (12), e2928, 2013
912013
Adding an online community to an internet-mediated walking program. Part 2: strategies for encouraging community participation
PJ Resnick, AW Janney, LR Buis, CR Richardson
Journal of medical Internet research 12 (4), e1339, 2010
722010
Emotional and informational support messages in an online hospice support community
LR Buis
CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 26 (6), 358-367, 2008
702008
Evaluating Active U: an Internet-mediated physical activity program
LR Buis, TA Poulton, RG Holleman, A Sen, PJ Resnick, DE Goodrich, ...
BMC public health 9, 1-13, 2009
662009
Health and medical blog content and its relationships with blogger credentials and blog host
LR Buis, S Carpenter
Health Communication 24 (8), 703-710, 2009
632009
Physician-patient e-visit programs: Implementation and appropriateness
P Whitten, L Buis, B Love
Disease Management & Health Outcomes 15, 207-214, 2007
522007
Use of telemedicine for haemodialysis: perceptions of patients and health-care providers, and clinical effects
P Whitten, L Buis
Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 14 (2), 75-78, 2008
472008
Text messaging to improve hypertension medication adherence in African Americans: BPMED intervention development and study protocol
LR Buis, NT Artinian, L Schwiebert, H Yarandi, PD Levy
JMIR research protocols 4 (1), e4040, 2015
402015
Physical activity in postdeployment Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom veterans using Department of Veterans Affairs services.
LR Buis, LV Kotagal, CE Porcari, SAM Rauch, SL Krein, CR Richardson
Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development 48 (8), 2011
372011
Accelerating mixed methods research with natural language processing of big text data
T Chang, M DeJonckheere, VGV Vydiswaran, J Li, LR Buis, ...
Journal of Mixed Methods Research 15 (3), 398-412, 2021
362021
The perceived benefits of digital interventions for behavioral health: qualitative interview study
G Marcu, SJ Ondersma, AN Spiller, BM Broderick, R Kadri, LR Buis
Journal of Medical Internet Research 24 (3), e34300, 2022
332022
Comparison of social support content within online communities for high-and low-survival-rate cancers
LR Buis, P Whitten
CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 29 (8), 461-467, 2011
312011
The potential for web-based social network sites and self-regulation for health promotion
LR Buis
American Journal of Health Promotion 26 (2), 73-76, 2011
302011
Improving blood pressure among African Americans with hypertension using a mobile health approach (the MI-BP App): Protocol for a randomized controlled trial
LR Buis, K Dawood, R Kadri, R Dawood, CR Richardson, Z Djuric, A Sen, ...
JMIR research protocols 8 (1), e12601, 2019
272019
Health education online for individuals with low health literacy: evaluation of the diabetes and you website
P Whitten, L Buis, B Love, M Mackert
Journal of Technology in Human Services 26 (1), 77-88, 2008
262008
Understanding the feasibility, acceptability, and efficacy of a clinical pharmacist-led mobile approach (BPTrack) to hypertension management: mixed methods pilot study
LR Buis, DN Roberson, R Kadri, NG Rockey, MA Plegue, SU Danak, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 22 (8), e19882, 2020
252020
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