Published on in Vol 5, No 10 (2017): October

Using Mobile Phones to Improve Vaccination Uptake in 21 Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Systematic Review

Using Mobile Phones to Improve Vaccination Uptake in 21 Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Systematic Review

Using Mobile Phones to Improve Vaccination Uptake in 21 Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Systematic Review

Journals

  1. Mbuthia F, Reid M, Fichardt A. mHealth communication to strengthen postnatal care in rural areas: a systematic review. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2019;19(1) View
  2. Iwu C, Jaca A, Abdullahi L, Ngcobo N, Wiysonge C. A scoping review of interventions for vaccine stock management in primary health-care facilities. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2019;15(11):2666 View
  3. Ostermann J, Vasudevan L, Baumgartner J, Ngadaya E, Mfinanga S. Do mobile phone-based reminders and conditional financial transfers improve the timeliness of childhood vaccinations in Tanzania? Study protocol for a quasi-randomized controlled trial. Trials 2019;20(1) View
  4. Siddiqi D, Ali R, Munir M, Shah M, Khan A, Chandir S. Effect of vaccine reminder and tracker bracelets on routine childhood immunization coverage and timeliness in urban Pakistan (2017-18): a randomized controlled trial. BMC Public Health 2020;20(1) View
  5. Tine R, Ndiaye L, Niang M, Kiori D, Dia N, Gaye O, Broutin H. Upper respiratory infections in a rural area with reduced malaria transmission in Senegal: a pathogens community study. BMC Infectious Diseases 2018;18(1) View
  6. Noh J, Kim Y, Akram N, Yoo K, Cheon J, Lee L, Kwon Y, Stekelenburg J. Determinants of timeliness in early childhood vaccination among mothers with vaccination cards in Sindh province, Pakistan: a secondary analysis of cross-sectional survey data. BMJ Open 2019;9(9):e028922 View
  7. Ekouevi D, Gbeasor-Komlanvi F, Yaya I, Zida-Compaore W, Boko A, Sewu E, Lacle A, Ndibu N, Toke Y, Landoh D. Incomplete immunization among children aged 12–23 months in Togo: a multilevel analysis of individual and contextual factors. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1) View
  8. Marron O, Thomas G, Burdon Bailey J, Mayer D, Grossman P, Lohr F, Gibson A, Gamble L, Chikungwa P, Chulu J, Handel I, de C Bronsvoort B, Mellanby R, Mazeri S. Factors associated with mobile phone ownership and potential use for rabies vaccination campaigns in southern Malawi. Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2020;9(1) View
  9. Vasudevan L, Ostermann J, Moses S, Ngadaya E, Mfinanga S. Patterns of Mobile Phone Ownership and Use Among Pregnant Women in Southern Tanzania: Cross-Sectional Survey. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(4):e17122 View
  10. Badawy S, Cronin R, Hankins J, Crosby L, DeBaun M, Thompson A, Shah N. Patient-Centered eHealth Interventions for Children, Adolescents, and Adults With Sickle Cell Disease: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(7):e10940 View
  11. Fadda M, Galimberti E, Fiordelli M, Schulz P. Evaluation of a Mobile Phone–Based Intervention to Increase Parents’ Knowledge About the Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccination and Their Psychological Empowerment: Mixed-Method Approach. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(3):e59 View
  12. Gibson D, Kagucia E, Were J, Obor D, Hayford K, Ochieng B. Text Message Reminders and Unconditional Monetary Incentives to Improve Measles Vaccination in Western Kenya: Study Protocol for the Mobile and Scalable Innovations for Measles Immunization Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(7):e13221 View
  13. Qazi U, Malik S, Raza U, Saad M, Zeeshan M, Anwar S. Compliance to timely vaccination in an Expanded Program on Immunization center of Pakistan. Vaccine 2019;37(32):4618 View
  14. Siddiqi D, Munir M, Shah M, Khan A, Chandir S. Effect of vaccine reminder and tracker bracelets on routine childhood immunization coverage and timeliness in urban Pakistan: protocol for a randomized controlled trial. BMC Public Health 2019;19(1) View
  15. Krishnan N, Gu J, Abroms L. Mobile phone-based messaging for tobacco cessation in low and middle-income countries: A systematic review. Addictive Behaviors 2021;113:106676 View
  16. Ilozumba O, Schmidt P, Ket J, Jaspers M. Can mHealth interventions contribute to increased HPV vaccination uptake? A systematic review. Preventive Medicine Reports 2021;21:101289 View
  17. Kazi A, Qazi S, Khawaja S, Ahsan N, Ahmed R, Sameen F, Khan Mughal M, Saqib M, Ali S, Kaleemuddin H, Rauf Y, Raza M, Jamal S, Abbasi M, Stergioulas L. An Artificial Intelligence–Based, Personalized Smartphone App to Improve Childhood Immunization Coverage and Timelines Among Children in Pakistan: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2020;9(12):e22996 View
  18. He Z, Wu H, Yu F, Fu J, Sun S, Huang T, Wang R, Chen D, Zhao G, Quan M. Effects of Smartphone-Based Interventions on Physical Activity in Children and Adolescents: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(2):e22601 View
  19. Pérez M, Chandra D, Koné G, Singh R, Ridde V, Sylvestre M, Seth A, Johri M. Implementation fidelity and acceptability of an intervention to improve vaccination uptake and child health in rural India: a mixed methods evaluation of a pilot cluster randomized controlled trial. Implementation Science Communications 2020;1(1) View
  20. Garzón-Orjuela N, Samacá-Samacá D, Luque Angulo S, Mendes Abdala C, Reveiz L, Eslava-Schmalbach J. An overview of reviews on strategies to reduce health inequalities. International Journal for Equity in Health 2020;19(1) View
  21. Yunusa U, Garba S, Umar A, Idris S, Bello U, Abdulrashid I, Mohammed J. Mobile phone reminders for enhancing uptake, completeness and timeliness of routine childhood immunization in low and middle income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Vaccine 2021;39(2):209 View
  22. Nyang’echi E, Osero J. Effects of Mobile Health Technologies on Uptake of Routine Growth Monitoring among Caregivers of Children Aged 9 to 18 Months in Kenya. Journal of Primary Care & Community Health 2021;12:215013272110109 View
  23. Besnier E, Thomson K, Stonkute D, Mohammad T, Akhter N, Todd A, Rom Jensen M, Kilvik A, Bambra C, Salinas-Miranda A. Which public health interventions are effective in reducing morbidity, mortality and health inequalities from infectious diseases amongst children in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs): An umbrella review. PLOS ONE 2021;16(6):e0251905 View
  24. Chakraborty A, Mohan D, Scott K, Sahore A, Shah N, Kumar N, Ummer O, Bashingwa J, Chamberlain S, Dutt P, Godfrey A, LeFevre A. Does exposure to health information through mobile phones increase immunisation knowledge, completeness and timeliness in rural India?. BMJ Global Health 2021;6(Suppl 5):e005489 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Albuhairi T, Altameem A. First International Conference on Sustainable Technologies for Computational Intelligence. View
  2. Pesando L, Rotondi V. Gender Equality. View
  3. Seneviratne M, Peiris D. Revolutionizing Tropical Medicine. View
  4. Pesando L, Rotondi V. Gender Equality. View
  5. Alverson D. Telemedicine, Telehealth and Telepresence. View