Published on in Vol 3, No 2 (2015): Apr-Jun

Uptake and Acceptability of Information and Communication Technology in a Community-Based Cohort of People Who Inject Drugs: Implications for Mobile Health Interventions

Uptake and Acceptability of Information and Communication Technology in a Community-Based Cohort of People Who Inject Drugs: Implications for Mobile Health Interventions

Uptake and Acceptability of Information and Communication Technology in a Community-Based Cohort of People Who Inject Drugs: Implications for Mobile Health Interventions

Journals

  1. Stiles-Shields C, Montague E, Lattie E, Kwasny M, Mohr D. What might get in the way: Barriers to the use of apps for depression. DIGITAL HEALTH 2017;3:205520761771382 View
  2. Anand T, Nitpolprasert C, Phanuphak N. Online-to-offline models in HIV service delivery. Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS 2017;12(5):447 View
  3. Jongbloed K, Pearce M, Thomas V, Sharma R, Pooyak S, Demerais L, Lester R, Schechter M, Spittal P. The Cedar Project - Mobile Phone Use and Acceptability of Mobile Health Among Young Indigenous People Who Have Used Drugs in British Columbia, Canada: Mixed Methods Exploratory Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(7):e16783 View
  4. Horvath K, Lammert S, LeGrand S, Muessig K, Bauermeister J. Using technology to assess and intervene with illicit drug-using persons at risk for HIV. Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS 2017;12(5):458 View
  5. Pickett M, Wickliffe J, Emerson A, Smith S, Ramaswamy M. Justice-involved women’s preferences for an internet-based Sexual Health Empowerment curriculum. International Journal of Prisoner Health 2019;16(1):38 View
  6. Biello K, Salhaney P, Valente P, Childs E, Olson J, Earlywine J, Marshall B, R Bazzi A. Ecological momentary assessment of daily drug use and harm reduction service utilization among people who inject drugs in non-urban areas: A concurrent mixed-method feasibility study. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 2020;214:108167 View
  7. Sutherland R, Sindicich N, Entwistle G, Whittaker E, Peacock A, Matthews A, Bruno R, Alati R, Burns L. Tobacco and e-cigarette use amongst illicit drug users in Australia. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 2016;159:35 View
  8. Raven M, Kaplan L, Rosenberg M, Tieu L, Guzman D, Kushel M. Mobile Phone, Computer, and Internet Use Among Older Homeless Adults: Results from the HOPE HOME Cohort Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(12):e10049 View
  9. Sevigny E, Meylakhs P, Feizollahi M, Amini M. Development of a global index measuring national policy commitments to HIV prevention and treatment among people who inject drugs. International Journal of Drug Policy 2020;84:102877 View
  10. Anglada-Martínez H, Rovira-Illamola M, Martin-Conde M, Sotoca-Momblona J, Codina-Jané C. mHealth intervention to improve medication management in chronically ill patients: analysis of the recruitment process. Postgraduate Medicine 2016;128(4):427 View
  11. Iskander M, Lou J, Wells M, Scarbecz M. A poster and a mobile healthcare application as information tools for dental trauma management. Dental Traumatology 2016;32(6):457 View
  12. Calvo F, Carbonell X, Mundet C. Developing and Testing the Populi Needle Exchange Point Finder: An App to Reduce Harm Associated With Intravenous Drug Consumption Among Homeless and Non-homeless Drug Users. Frontiers in Public Health 2020;8 View
  13. Xu Y, Towe S, Causey S, Meade C. Using mobile health technologies to test the association of cocaine use with sexual desire and risky sexual behaviors among people with and without HIV who use illicit stimulants. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 2021;225:108744 View
  14. Dunham K, Giardina M, Kolod B, McBratney E, Medina Blanco P, Riazi F, Tineo-Komatsu K, Toribio W, Wang L, Woods E, Weiss J. Transitioning Clinical Care for People Who Use Drugs to Telemedicine: Lessons Learned One Year into the COVID-19 Pandemic. Telemedicine and e-Health 2021;27(8):929 View
  15. Tookes H, Oxner A, Serota D, Alonso E, Metsch L, Feaster D, Ucha J, Suarez E, Forrest D, McCollister K, Rodriguez A, Kolber M, Chueng T, Zayas S, McCoy B, Sutherland K, Archer C, Bartholomew T. Project T-SHARP: study protocol for a multi-site randomized controlled trial of tele-harm reduction for people with HIV who inject drugs. Trials 2023;24(1) View
  16. Tookes H, Bartholomew T, Suarez E, Ekowo E, Ginoza M, Forrest D, Serota D, Rodriguez A, Kolber M, Feaster D, Mooss A, Boyd D, Sternberg C, Metsch L. Acceptability, feasibility, and pilot results of the tele-harm reduction intervention for rapid initiation of antiretrovirals among people who inject drugs. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 2021;229:109124 View
  17. Shaw G, Schaefer R, Schmidt H, Madden A, Chang J, Mozalevskis A, Msimanga-Radebe B, Mangadan Konath N, Verster A, Baggaley R, Rodolph M, Macdonald V. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention among people who inject drugs: a global mapping of service delivery. Harm Reduction Journal 2023;20(1) View
  18. Ozga J, Paquette C, Syvertsen J, Pollini R. Mobile Phone and Internet use among People who Inject Drugs: Implications for Mobile Health Interventions. Substance Abuse 2022;43(1):592 View
  19. Richterman A, Ghadimi F, Teitelman A, Moore K, Acri T, North H, Lopez K, Ou V, Van Pelt A, Momplaisir F. Acceptability and Feasibility of a Mobile Phone Application to Support HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis Among Women with Opioid Use Disorder. AIDS and Behavior 2023;27(10):3460 View
  20. Slater L, Edmundson C, Emanuel E, Njoroge J, Hope V, Phipps E, Desai M, Croxford S. Inadequate needle and syringe coverage among people who inject psychoactive drugs across England and Wales. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 2023:1 View
  21. Bartholomew T, Tookes H, Chueng T, Bluthenthal R, Wenger L, Kral A, Lambdin B. Availability of telehealth-based services at syringe services programs under the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. Harm Reduction Journal 2023;20(1) View
  22. Pines H, Eger W, Skaathun B, Vera C, Harvey-Vera A, Rangel G, Strathdee S, Bazzi A. Willingness to use and distribute HIV self-testing kits among people who inject drugs in the San Diego–Tijuana border region. Harm Reduction Journal 2024;21(1) View
  23. Bazzi A, Valasek C, Stamos-Buesig T, Eger W, Harvey-Vera A, Vera C, Syvertsen J, Storholm E, Bartholomew T, Tookes H, Strathdee S, Pines H. Health, harm reduction, and social service providers’ perspectives on the appropriateness and feasibility of peer distribution of HIV self-test kits among people who use drugs. Harm Reduction Journal 2024;21(1) View
  24. Bartholomew T, Plesons M, Serota D, Alonso E, Metsch L, Feaster D, Ucha J, Suarez E, Forrest D, Chueng T, Ciraldo K, Brooks J, Smith J, Barocas J, Tookes H. Project CHARIOT: study protocol for a hybrid type 1 effectiveness-implementation study of comprehensive tele-harm reduction for engagement of people who inject drugs in HIV prevention services. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice 2024;19(1) View