Uses of Personal Health Records for Communication Among Colorectal Cancer Survivors, Caregivers, and Providers: Interview and Observational Study in a Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory
JMIR Human Factors, January 2022
David A Haggstrom, Thomas Carr
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