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Dynamic Panel Estimate–Based Health Surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 Infection Rates to Inform Public Health Policy: Model Development and Validation

Dynamic Panel Estimate–Based Health Surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 Infection Rates to Inform Public Health Policy: Model Development and Validation

For example, early estimates of COVID-19 were estimated using methods developed by Lipsitch [63] applied to data from contact tracing in Wuhan and Italy; however, the statistical properties were weak [64-70].

James Francis Oehmke, Theresa B Oehmke, Lauren Nadya Singh, Lori Ann Post

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(9):e20924


Comment on "Digital Mental Health and COVID-19: Using Technology Today to Accelerate the Curve on Access and Quality Tomorrow"

Comment on "Digital Mental Health and COVID-19: Using Technology Today to Accelerate the Curve on Access and Quality Tomorrow"

The article titled, “Digital Mental Health and COVID-19: Using Technology Today to Accelerate the Curve on Access and Quality Tomorrow” [1] was an interesting read.

Nikhil Jain, Mahesh Jayaram

JMIR Ment Health 2020;7(8):e23023


Monitoring and Management of Home-Quarantined Patients With COVID-19 Using a WeChat-Based Telemedicine System: Retrospective Cohort Study

Monitoring and Management of Home-Quarantined Patients With COVID-19 Using a WeChat-Based Telemedicine System: Retrospective Cohort Study

Of these individuals, 114/188 (60.6%) showed no symptoms of COVID-19 during the 14-day quarantine period. These individuals were dismissed from the telemedicine system. The remaining 74 patients were confirmed COVID-19 cases.

Hui Xu, Sufang Huang, Chun Qiu, Shangkun Liu, Juan Deng, Bo Jiao, Xi Tan, Ling Ai, Yaru Xiao, Mirko Belliato, Li Yan

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(7):e19514


Collateral Crises of Gun Preparation and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Infodemiology Study

Collateral Crises of Gun Preparation and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Infodemiology Study

IntroductionCollateral threats to population health from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic should not be ignored.

Theodore L Caputi, John W Ayers, Mark Dredze, Nicholas Suplina, Sarah Burd-Sharps

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(2):e19369


Protection of Health Care Professionals During an Epidemic: Medical, Ethical, and Legal Ramifications

Protection of Health Care Professionals During an Epidemic: Medical, Ethical, and Legal Ramifications

Upon reaching the hospital, the physician was asked by the hospital administrators to help with coverage on a COVID-19 rule-out floor.

Achuta Guddati

Interact J Med Res 2020;9(3):e19144