Published on in Vol 4, No 1 (2016): Jan-Mar

Mobile Phone Apps for the Prevention of Unintended Pregnancy: A Systematic Review and Content Analysis

Mobile Phone Apps for the Prevention of Unintended Pregnancy: A Systematic Review and Content Analysis

Mobile Phone Apps for the Prevention of Unintended Pregnancy: A Systematic Review and Content Analysis

Journals

  1. Alamoodi A, Garfan S, Zaidan B, Zaidan A, Shuwandy M, Alaa M, Alsalem M, Mohammed A, Aleesa A, Albahri O, Al-Hussein W, Alobaidi O. A systematic review into the assessment of medical apps: motivations, challenges, recommendations and methodological aspect. Health and Technology 2020;10(5):1045 View
  2. Karasneh R, Al-Azzam S, Alzoubi K, Muflih S, Hawamdeh S. Smartphone Applications for Period Tracking: Rating and Behavioral Change among Women Users. Obstetrics and Gynecology International 2020;2020:1 View
  3. Lerma K, Reyes G, Tiwari S, Tewari A, Hastings C, Blumenthal P. Acceptability of a text message-based fertility awareness application for family planning in Lucknow, India. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 2018;142(1):104 View
  4. Sohda S, Suzuki K, Igari I. Relationship Between the Menstrual Cycle and Timing of Ovulation Revealed by New Protocols: Analysis of Data from a Self-Tracking Health App. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(11):e391 View
  5. Stephenson J, Bailey J, Gubijev A, D'Souza P, Oliver S, Blandford A, Hunter R, Shawe J, Rait G, Brima N, Copas A. An interactive website for informed contraception choice: randomised evaluation of Contraception Choices. DIGITAL HEALTH 2020;6:205520762093643 View
  6. Thompson T, Sonalkar S, Butler J, Grossman D. Telemedicine for Family Planning. Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America 2020;47(2):287 View
  7. Kalke K, Ginossar T, Shah S, West A. Sex Ed to Go: A Content Analysis of Comprehensive Sexual Education Apps. Health Education & Behavior 2018;45(4):581 View
  8. Durante K, Griskevicius V, Ulu S. The effect of fertility on loss aversion. Journal of Business Research 2020;120:599 View
  9. Mao L, Bai W, Huo Y, Zhou Y, Yao C, Xi S, Chen X, Sun Y. Cross-sectional study of contraceptive use among Chinese women of reproductive age: results based on a mobile application (APP)-derived data. Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics 2018;297(5):1193 View
  10. Daly L, Boyle F, Gibbons K, Le H, Roberts J, Flenady V. Mobile applications providing guidance about decreased fetal movement: Review and content analysis. Women and Birth 2019;32(3):e289 View
  11. Rousseau F, Da Silva Godineau S, De Casabianca C, Begue C, Tessier-Cazeneuve C, Legendre G. State of knowledge on smartphone applications concerning contraception: A systematic review. Journal of Gynecology Obstetrics and Human Reproduction 2019;48(2):83 View
  12. Sancho-Garcia S, Sanz-de Diego S, Medina-Porqueres I. Apps to prescribe therapeutic exercise among rehabilitating adults: a systematic review. The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 2020;60(3) View
  13. Biviji R, Vest J, Dixon B, Cullen T, Harle C. Factors Related to User Ratings and User Downloads of Mobile Apps for Maternal and Infant Health: A Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(1):e15663 View
  14. Remme M, Narasimhan M, Wilson D, Ali M, Vijayasingham L, Ghani F, Allotey P. Self care interventions for sexual and reproductive health and rights: costs, benefits, and financing. BMJ 2019:l1228 View
  15. DeNicola N, Marko K. Connected Health and Mobile Apps in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America 2020;47(2):317 View
  16. Gnoth C, Bachmann N, Görner K. Was leisten neue Technologien zur Zyklusüberwachung?. gynäkologie + geburtshilfe 2018;23(5):38 View
  17. Biviji R, Vest J, Dixon B, Cullen T, Harle C. Content analysis of behavior change techniques in maternal and infant health apps. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2021;11(2):504 View
  18. Chen E, Mangone E. A Systematic Review of Apps using Mobile Criteria for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (mCAPP). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(4):e122 View
  19. Peterson S, Fok W. Mobile technology for family planning. Current Opinion in Obstetrics & Gynecology 2019;31(6):459 View
  20. Zwingerman R, Chaikof M, Jones C. A Critical Appraisal of Fertility and Menstrual Tracking Apps for the iPhone. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 2020;42(5):583 View
  21. Righarts A, Dickson N, Parkin L, Gillett W. Ovulation monitoring and fertility knowledge: Their relationship to fertility experience in a cross-sectional study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2017;57(4):412 View
  22. Moore C, Edie A, Johnson J, Stevenson E. Long-acting reversible contraception: Assessment of knowledge and interest among college females. Journal of American College Health 2019;67(7):615 View
  23. Akinola M, Hebert L, Hill B, Quinn M, Holl J, Whitaker A, Gilliam M. Development of a Mobile App on Contraceptive Options for Young African American and Latina Women. Health Education & Behavior 2019;46(1):89 View
  24. Arsenijevic J, Tummers L, Bosma N. Adherence to Electronic Health Tools Among Vulnerable Groups: Systematic Literature Review and Meta-Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(2):e11613 View
  25. Simmons R, Shattuck D, Jennings V. Assessing the Efficacy of an App-Based Method of Family Planning: The Dot Study Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(1):e5 View
  26. Tellez W, Nieto-Gutierrez W, Taype-Rondan A. Sunscreen mobile apps: A content analysis. European Research in Telemedicine / La Recherche Européenne en Télémédecine 2017;6(3-4):157 View
  27. Aung B, Mitchell J, Braun K. Effectiveness of mHealth Interventions for Improving Contraceptive Use in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review. Global Health: Science and Practice 2020;8(4):813 View
  28. Schivone G, Glish L. Contraceptive counseling for continuation and satisfaction. Current Opinion in Obstetrics & Gynecology 2017;29(6):443 View
  29. Ingram L, Stafford C, McCollum Q, Isreal M. African American Emerging Adult Perspectives on Unintended Pregnancy and Meeting Their Needs With Mobile Technology: Mixed Methods Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(10):e21454 View
  30. Blair D, Morgan H, McLernon D. Women’s perspectives on smartphone apps for fertility tracking and predicting conception: a mixed methods study. The European Journal of Contraception & Reproductive Health Care 2021;26(2):119 View
  31. van de Roemer N, Haile L, Koch M. The performance of a fertility tracking device. The European Journal of Contraception & Reproductive Health Care 2021;26(2):111 View
  32. Schantz J, Fernandez C, Jukic A. Menstrual Cycle Tracking Applications and the Potential for Epidemiological Research: a Comprehensive Review of the Literature. Current Epidemiology Reports 2021;8(1):9 View
  33. Ford E, Peters A, Roman S, McLaughlin E, Beckett E, Sutherland J. A scoping review of the information provided by fertility smartphone applications. Human Fertility 2021:1 View
  34. Nguyen M, Chan E, Nguyen T, Markovic D, Sridhar A. Traditional or technological? A cross sectional survey of oral contraceptive reminders in young adults. Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare 2021;29:100618 View
  35. Yousef H, Al-Sheyab N, Al Nsour M, Khader Y, Al Kattan M, Bardus M, Alyahya M, Taha H, Amiri M. Perceptions Toward the Use of Digital Technology for Enhancing Family Planning Services: Focus Group Discussion With Beneficiaries and Key Informative Interview With Midwives. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(7):e25947 View
  36. Bailey J, Bennett K, Gubijev A, Shawe J, Stephenson J. Participant views and experiences of sexual health research: The Contraception Choices online trial. DIGITAL HEALTH 2021;7:205520762110334 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Nizamuddin I, Basra R, Vanam S, Pirani N. Optimizing Medical Education With Instructional Technology. View
  2. Bull S, Devine S, Shlay J, Hammes A, Schmiege S. Technology and Adolescent Health. View
  3. Döring N. Encyclopedia of Sexuality and Gender. View