Published on in Vol 5, No 11 (2017): November

Electronic Brief Intervention and Text Messaging for Marijuana Use During Pregnancy: Initial Acceptability of Patients and Providers

Electronic Brief Intervention and Text Messaging for Marijuana Use During Pregnancy: Initial Acceptability of Patients and Providers

Electronic Brief Intervention and Text Messaging for Marijuana Use During Pregnancy: Initial Acceptability of Patients and Providers

Journals

  1. Ondersma S, Beatty J, Puder K, Janisse J, Svikis D. Feasibility and Acceptability of e-Screening and Brief Intervention and Tailored Text Messaging for Marijuana Use in Pregnancy. Journal of Women's Health 2019;28(9):1295 View
  2. Pedraza L, Moraes J, Rabelo-Silva E. Development and testing of a text messaging (SMS) monitoring software application for acute decompensated heart failure patients. Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem 2020;28 View
  3. Wouldes T, Crawford A, Stevens S, Stasiak K. Evidence for the Effectiveness and Acceptability of e-SBI or e-SBIRT in the Management of Alcohol and Illicit Substance Use in Pregnant and Post-partum Women. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2021;12 View