Published on in Vol 2, No 1 (2014): Jan-Mar

Who Uses Smoking Cessation Apps? A Feasibility Study Across Three Countries via Smartphones

Who Uses Smoking Cessation Apps? A Feasibility Study Across Three Countries via Smartphones

Who Uses Smoking Cessation Apps? A Feasibility Study Across Three Countries via Smartphones

Journals

  1. Baskerville N, Dash D, Wong K, Shuh A, Abramowicz A. Perceptions Toward a Smoking Cessation App Targeting LGBTQ+ Youth and Young Adults: A Qualitative Framework Analysis of Focus Groups. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(2):e165 View
  2. Alqahtani A, Bondagji D, Alshehari A, Basyouni M, Alhawassi T, BinDhim N, Rashid H. Vaccinations against respiratory infections in Arabian Gulf countries: Barriers and motivators. World Journal of Clinical Cases 2017;5(6):212 View
  3. BinDhim N, Trevena L. Health-related smartphone apps: regulations, safety, privacy and quality. BMJ Innovations 2015;1(2):43 View
  4. Brinker T, Alfitian J, Seeger W, Groneberg D, von Kalle C, Enk A, Herth F, Kreuter M, Bauer C, Gatzka M, Suhre J. A Face-Aging Smoking Prevention/Cessation Intervention for Nursery School Students in Germany: An Appearance-Focused Interventional Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2018;15(8):1656 View
  5. Bottorff J, Oliffe J, Sarbit G, Sharp P, Caperchione C, Currie L, Schmid J, Mackay M, Stolp S. Evaluation of QuitNow Men: An Online, Men-Centered Smoking Cessation Intervention. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(4):e83 View
  6. Tran B, Le X, Nguyen P, Le Q, Mai H, Nguyen H, Le H, Tran T, Latkin C, Zhang M, Ho R. Feasibility of e-Health Interventions on Smoking Cessation among Vietnamese Active Internet Users. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2018;15(1):165 View
  7. Haskins B, Lesperance D, Gibbons P, Boudreaux E. A systematic review of smartphone applications for smoking cessation. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2017;7(2):292 View
  8. Das S, Tonelli M, Ziedonis D. Update on Smoking Cessation: E-Cigarettes, Emerging Tobacco Products Trends, and New Technology-Based Interventions. Current Psychiatry Reports 2016;18(5) View
  9. Marler J, Fujii C, Utley D, Tesfamariam L, Galanko J, Patrick H. Initial Assessment of a Comprehensive Digital Smoking Cessation Program That Incorporates a Mobile App, Breath Sensor, and Coaching: Cohort Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(2):e12609 View
  10. Vilardaga R, Casellas-Pujol E, McClernon J, Garrison K. Mobile Applications for the Treatment of Tobacco Use and Dependence. Current Addiction Reports 2019;6(2):86 View
  11. Wongvibulsin S, Martin S, Steinhubl S, Muse E. Connected Health Technology for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Management. Current Treatment Options in Cardiovascular Medicine 2019;21(6) View
  12. Kapitány-Fövény M, Vagdalt E, Ruttkay Z, Urbán R, Richman M, Demetrovics Z. Potential of an Interactive Drug Prevention Mobile Phone App (Once Upon a High): Questionnaire Study Among Students. JMIR Serious Games 2018;6(4):e19 View
  13. Wibowo M, Kumar A, Sumarsono S, Rodrigues R. Perceived usefulness of receiving a potential smoking cessation intervention via mobile phones among smokers in Indonesia. Wellcome Open Research 2020;4:94 View
  14. Wang C, Chaovalit P, Pongnumkul S. A Breastfeed-Promoting Mobile App Intervention: Usability and Usefulness Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(1):e27 View
  15. BinDhim N, Alanazi E, Aljadhey H, Basyouni M, Kowalski S, Pont L, Shaman A, Trevena L, Alhawassi T. Does a Mobile Phone Depression-Screening App Motivate Mobile Phone Users With High Depressive Symptoms to Seek a Health Care Professional’s Help?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e156 View
  16. McClure J, Heffner J, Hohl S, Klasnja P, Catz S. Design Considerations for mHealth Programs Targeting Smokers Not Yet Ready to Quit: Results of a Sequential Mixed-Methods Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(3):e31 View
  17. Pifarré M, Carrera A, Vilaplana J, Cuadrado J, Solsona S, Abella F, Solsona F, Alves R. TControl: A mobile app to follow up tobacco-quitting patients. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine 2017;142:81 View
  18. Zaman T, Alqahtani F, Alsairafi A, Adetunji H, Al Areefi M, Al Akhram N, Abdurraheem T, Hussain M. The role of mobile health applications in preventing sleep-related health problems – a pilot study in the Makkah city of Saudi Arabia. International Journal of Healthcare Management 2020:1 View
  19. Paige S, Alber J, Stellefson M, Krieger J. Missing the mark for patient engagement: mHealth literacy strategies and behavior change processes in smoking cessation apps. Patient Education and Counseling 2018;101(5):951 View
  20. Kapitány-Fövény M, Vagdalt E, Ruttkay Z. Módszertani tapasztalatok a VoltEgySzer prevenciós alkalmazás pilot kutatásának eredményei alapján. Educatio 2019;28(3):584 View
  21. Wibowo M, Kumar A, Sumarsono S, Rodrigues R. Perceived usefulness of receiving a potential smoking cessation intervention via mobile phones among smokers in Indonesia. Wellcome Open Research 2019;4:94 View
  22. El-Hilly A, Iqbal S, Ahmed M, Sherwani Y, Muntasir M, Siddiqui S, Al-Fagih Z, Usmani O, Eisingerich A. Game On? Smoking Cessation Through the Gamification of mHealth: A Longitudinal Qualitative Study. JMIR Serious Games 2016;4(2):e18 View
  23. Lee J, Dallery J, Laracuente A, Ibe I, Joseph S, Huo J, Salloum R. A content analysis of free smoking cessation mobile applications in the USA. Journal of Smoking Cessation 2019;14(4):195 View
  24. McClure J, Hartzler A, Catz S. Design Considerations for Smoking Cessation Apps: Feedback From Nicotine Dependence Treatment Providers and Smokers. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(1):e17 View
  25. Regmi D, Tobutt C, Shaban S. QUALITY AND USE OF FREE SMOKING CESSATION APPS FOR SMARTPHONES. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 2018;34(5):476 View
  26. Chevalking S, Ben Allouch S, Brusse-Keizer M, Postel M, Pieterse M. Identification of Users for a Smoking Cessation Mobile App: Quantitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(4):e118 View
  27. Allmark N, Grogan S, Jeffries M. “I don’t want to let myself down or the charity down”: men’s accounts of using various interventions to reduce smoking and alcohol consumption. Qualitative Research in Psychology 2018;15(1):68 View
  28. Alqahtani A, BinDhim N, Tashani M, Willaby H, Wiley K, Heywood A, Booy R, Rashid H. Pilot use of a novel smartphone application to track traveller health behaviour and collect infectious disease data during a mass gathering: Hajj pilgrimage 2014. Journal of Epidemiology and Global Health 2015;6(3):147 View
  29. Zeng E, Vilardaga R, Heffner J, Mull K, Bricker J. Predictors of Utilization of a Novel Smoking Cessation Smartphone App. Telemedicine and e-Health 2015;21(12):998 View
  30. Ubhi H, Michie S, Kotz D, van Schayck O, Selladurai A, West R. Characterising smoking cessation smartphone applications in terms of behaviour change techniques, engagement and ease-of-use features. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2016;6(3):410 View
  31. East M, Havard B, Hastings N. Mental Health Mobile Apps’ Instruction: Technology Adoption Theories Applied in a Mixed Methods Study of Counseling Faculty. Journal of Technology in Human Services 2016;34(4):301 View
  32. Das S, Prochaska J. Innovative approaches to support smoking cessation for individuals with mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders. Expert Review of Respiratory Medicine 2017;11(10):841 View
  33. Ploderer B, Smith W, Pearce J, Borland R. A Mobile App Offering Distractions and Tips to Cope With Cigarette Craving: A Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2014;2(2):e23 View
  34. Alqahtani A, Rashid H, Basyouni M, Alhawassi T, BinDhim N. Public response to MERS-CoV in the Middle East: iPhone survey in six countries. Journal of Infection and Public Health 2017;10(5):534 View
  35. Struik L, Bottorff J, Baskerville N, Oliffe J, Crichton S. Comparison of Developers’ and End-Users’ Perspectives About Smoking Cessation Support Through the Crush the Crave App. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(3):e10750 View
  36. Chiu C, Yu Y, Du Y, Yang Y, Chen J, Wong L, Tanasugarn C. Comparing a Social and Communication App, Telephone Intervention, and Usual Care for Diabetes Self-Management: 3-Arm Quasiexperimental Evaluation Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(6):e14024 View
  37. Molina Recio G, García-Hernández L, Molina Luque R, Salas-Morera L. The role of interdisciplinary research team in the impact of health apps in health and computer science publications: a systematic review. BioMedical Engineering OnLine 2016;15(S1) View
  38. Zaidan S, Roehrer E. Popular Mobile Phone Apps for Diet and Weight Loss: A Content Analysis. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(3):e80 View
  39. Bernardes-Souza B, Patruz Ananias De Assis Pires F, Madeira G, Felício Da Cunha Rodrigues T, Gatzka M, Heppt M, Omlor A, Enk A, Groneberg D, Seeger W, von Kalle C, Berking C, Corrêa P, Suhre J, Alfitian J, Assis A, Brinker T. Facial-Aging Mobile Apps for Smoking Prevention in Secondary Schools in Brazil: Appearance-Focused Interventional Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(3):e10234 View
  40. Garrison K, Pal P, O’Malley S, Pittman B, Gueorguieva R, Rojiani R, Scheinost D, Dallery J, Brewer J. Craving to Quit: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Smartphone App–Based Mindfulness Training for Smoking Cessation. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2020;22(3):324 View
  41. Chib A, Lin S. Theoretical Advancements in mHealth: A Systematic Review of Mobile Apps. Journal of Health Communication 2018;23(10-11):909 View
  42. BinDhim N, McGeechan K, Trevena L. Assessing the effect of an interactive decision-aid smartphone smoking cessation application (app) on quit rates: a double-blind automated randomised control trial protocol. BMJ Open 2014;4(7):e005371 View
  43. Cheng F, Xu J, Su C, Fu X, Bricker J. Content Analysis of Smartphone Apps for Smoking Cessation in China: Empirical Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(7):e93 View
  44. Patrick H, Fujii C, Glaser D, Utley D, Marler J. A Comprehensive Digital Program for Smoking Cessation: Assessing Feasibility in a Single-Group Cohort Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(12):e11708 View
  45. BinDhim N, Hawkey A, Trevena L. A Systematic Review of Quality Assessment Methods for Smartphone Health Apps. Telemedicine and e-Health 2015;21(2):97 View
  46. Amato M, El-Toukhy S, Abroms L, Goodfellow H, Ramsey A, Brown T, Jopling H, Khadjesari Z. Mining Electronic Health Records to Promote the Reach of Digital Interventions for Cancer Prevention Through Proactive Electronic Outreach: Protocol for the Mixed Methods OptiMine Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2020;9(12):e23669 View
  47. BinDhim N, Shaman A, Trevena L, Basyouni M, Pont L, Alhawassi T. Depression screening via a smartphone app: cross-country user characteristics and feasibility. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2015;22(1):29 View
  48. Wei Y, Zheng P, Deng H, Wang X, Li X, Fu H. Design Features for Improving Mobile Health Intervention User Engagement: Systematic Review and Thematic Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(12):e21687 View
  49. Lund M, Kvaavik E, Mohamed H. Methods Used in Smoking Cessation and Reduction Attempts: Findings from Help-Seeking Smokers. Journal of Smoking Cessation 2021;2021:1 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Molina-Recio G, García-Hernández L, Castilla-Melero A, Palomo-Romero J, Molina-Luque R, Sánchez-Muñoz A, Arauzo-Azofra A, Salas-Morera L. Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering. View
  2. Anil S, Al R. Healthful Eating As Lifestyle (HEAL). View