Published on in Vol 3, No 2 (2016): Jul-Dec

User Experiences of the McMaster Optimal Aging Portal’s Evidence Summaries and Blog Posts: Usability Study

User Experiences of the McMaster Optimal Aging Portal’s Evidence Summaries and Blog Posts: Usability Study

User Experiences of the McMaster Optimal Aging Portal’s Evidence Summaries and Blog Posts: Usability Study

Journals

  1. Neil-Sztramko S, Farran R, Watson S, Levinson A, Lavis J, Iorio A, Dobbins M. If You Build It, Who Will Come? A Description of User Characteristics and Experiences With the McMaster Optimal Aging Portal. Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine 2017;3:233372141773768 View
  2. Neil-Sztramko S, Belita E, Levinson A, Boyko J, Dobbins M. Evaluation of an online knowledge translation intervention to promote cancer risk reduction behaviours: findings from a randomized controlled trial. BMC Cancer 2019;19(1) View
  3. Neil-Sztramko S, Smith-Turchyn J, Richardson J, Dobbins M. Impact of a Knowledge Translation Intervention on Physical Activity and Mobility in Older Adults (the Move4Age Study): Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(2):e15125 View
  4. Neil-Sztramko S, Smith-Turchyn J, Richardson J, Dobbins M. A Mobility-Focused Knowledge Translation Randomized Controlled Trial to Improve Physical Activity: Process Evaluation of the Move4Age Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(6):e13965 View
  5. Dobbins M, Watson S, Read K, Graham K, Yousefi Nooraie R, Levinson A. A Tool That Assesses the Evidence, Transparency, and Usability of Online Health Information: Development and Reliability Assessment. JMIR Aging 2018;1(1):e3 View