Published on in Vol 4, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

Mobile Phone Apps for Preventing Cancer Through Educational and Behavioral Interventions: State of the Art and Remaining Challenges

Mobile Phone Apps for Preventing Cancer Through Educational and Behavioral Interventions: State of the Art and Remaining Challenges

Mobile Phone Apps for Preventing Cancer Through Educational and Behavioral Interventions: State of the Art and Remaining Challenges

Journals

  1. Mendoza J, Baker K, Moreno M, Whitlock K, Abbey‐Lambertz M, Waite A, Colburn T, Chow E. A Fitbit and Facebook mHealth intervention for promoting physical activity among adolescent and young adult childhood cancer survivors: A pilot study. Pediatric Blood & Cancer 2017;64(12) View
  2. Skrzypecki J, Stańska K, Grabska‐liberek I. Patient‐oriented mobile applications in ophthalmology. Clinical and Experimental Optometry 2019;102(2):180 View
  3. Soh J, Cha W, Chang D, Hwang J, Kim K, Rha M, Kwon H. Development and Validation of a Multidisciplinary Mobile Care System for Patients With Advanced Gastrointestinal Cancer: Interventional Observation Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(5):e115 View
  4. Ribeiro N, Moreira L, Almeida A, Santos-Silva F. Can Smartphones Promote Cancer Prevention Behaviours in Healthy Young Adults? A Prospective Study. Journal of Cancer Education 2019;34(5):847 View
  5. Lazard A, Brennen J, Troutman Adams E, Love B. Cues for Increasing Social Presence for Mobile Health App Adoption. Journal of Health Communication 2020;25(2):136 View
  6. Prochaska J, Coughlin S, Lyons E. Social Media and Mobile Technology for Cancer Prevention and Treatment. American Society of Clinical Oncology Educational Book 2017;(37):128 View
  7. Cohen S, Scherr C, Nixon D. An iPhone Application Intervention to Promote Surveillance Among Women with a BRCA Mutation: Pre‐intervention Data. Journal of Genetic Counseling 2018;27(2):446 View
  8. Hamel L, Thompson H, Albrecht T, Harper F. Designing and Testing Apps to Support Patients With Cancer: Looking to Behavioral Science to Lead the Way. JMIR Cancer 2019;5(1):e12317 View
  9. Levin-Zamir D, Leung A, Dodson S, Rowlands G. Health literacy in selected populations: Individuals, families, and communities from the international and cultural perspective. Information Services & Use 2017;37(2):131 View
  10. Touyz L, Cohen J, Wakefield C, Grech A, Garnett S, Gohil P, Cohn R. Design and Rationale for a Parent-Led Intervention to Increase Fruit and Vegetable Intake in Young Childhood Cancer Survivors (Reboot): Protocol for a Pilot Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(5):e129 View
  11. Early J, Gonzalez C, Gordon-Dseagu V, Robles-Calderon L. Use of Mobile Health (mHealth) Technologies and Interventions Among Community Health Workers Globally: A Scoping Review. Health Promotion Practice 2019;20(6):805 View
  12. Liu H, Chia R, Setiawan I, Crytzer T, Ding D. Development of “My Wheelchair Guide” app: a qualitative study. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 2019;14(8):839 View
  13. Peng C, He M, Cutrona S, Kiefe C, Liu F, Wang Z. Theme Trends and Knowledge Structure on Mobile Health Apps: Bibliometric Analysis. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(7):e18212 View
  14. Deshpande S, Radke U, Karemore T, Mohril R, Rawlani S, Ingole P. A Novel Mobile App for Oral Cancer Awareness amongst General Population: Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. The Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice 2019;20(2):190 View
  15. Amawi H, Al-Azzam S, Alzanati T, Altamimi N, Hammad A, Alzoubi K, Ashby C, Tiwari A. The Validity of Mobile Applications to Facilitate Patient Care Provided to Cancer Patients: Opportunities and Limitations. Recent Patents on Anti-Cancer Drug Discovery 2022;17(2):204 View
  16. Abdulhussein D, Abdul Hussein M, Szymanka M, Farag S. A systematic review of the current availability of mobile applications in eyecare practices. European Journal of Ophthalmology 2023;33(2):754 View
  17. Dailah H, Shaikh A. Mobile Health (mHealth) Technology in Early Detection and Diagnosis of Oral Cancer-A Scoping Review of the Current Scenario and Feasibility. Journal of Healthcare Engineering 2022;2022:1 View
  18. Kumar D, Bhardwaj A, Sharma S, Malhotra B, Amadi-Mgbenka C, Grover A, Joshi A. Designing and Evaluating a Personalized, Human-Centered Dietary Decision Support System for Use Among People With Diabetes in an Indian Setting: Protocol for a Quasi-Experimental Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2022;11(3):e13635 View
  19. Paulo M, Symanzik C, Maia M, Lapão L, Carvalho F, Conneman S, Dias J, Gobba F, John S, Loney T, Pinho C, Rodrigues A, Strehl C, Tenkate T, Wittlich M, Modenese A. Digitally measuring solar ultraviolet radiation in outdoor workers: A study protocol for establishing the use of electronic personal dosimeters in Portugal. Frontiers in Public Health 2023;11 View
  20. Shaffer K, Turner K, Siwik C, Gonzalez B, Upasani R, Glazer J, Ferguson R, Joshua C, Low C. Digital health and telehealth in cancer care: a scoping review of reviews. The Lancet Digital Health 2023;5(5):e316 View
  21. Sharma D, Gupta S, Koshy G, Sharma V, Hooda A. Potential implications of mobile applications in oral cancer. Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics 2023;19(7):1691 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Ribeiro N, Moreira L, Almeida A, Santos-Silva F. Citizen, Territory and Technologies: Smart Learning Contexts and Practices. View
  2. Mohamad U. Advances in Visual Informatics. View
  3. Kaufman D, Mirkovic J, Chan C. Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine. View
  4. Ensari I, Elhadad N. Digital Health. View
  5. Bauereiß N, Ebert D, Baumeister H. Digitale Gesundheitsinterventionen. View