Published on in Vol 5, No 6 (2017): June

Acceptance of Mobile Health in Communities Underrepresented in Biomedical Research: Barriers and Ethical Considerations for Scientists

Acceptance of Mobile Health in Communities Underrepresented in Biomedical Research: Barriers and Ethical Considerations for Scientists

Acceptance of Mobile Health in Communities Underrepresented in Biomedical Research: Barriers and Ethical Considerations for Scientists

Journals

  1. Ceasar J, Peters-Lawrence M, Mitchell V, Powell-Wiley T. The Communication, Awareness, Relationships and Empowerment (C.A.R.E.) Model: An Effective Tool for Engaging Urban Communities in Community-Based Participatory Research. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2017;14(11):1422 View
  2. Nebeker C, Bartlett Ellis R, Torous J. Development of a decision-making checklist tool to support technology selection in digital health research. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2020;10(4):1004 View
  3. Safi S, Danzer G, Schmailzl K. Empirical Research on Acceptance of Digital Technologies in Medicine Among Patients and Healthy Users: Questionnaire Study. JMIR Human Factors 2019;6(4):e13472 View
  4. Hochheiser H, Valdez R. Human-Computer Interaction, Ethics, and Biomedical Informatics. Yearbook of Medical Informatics 2020;29(01):093 View
  5. Riffenburg K, Spartano N. Physical activity and weight maintenance. Current Opinion in Endocrinology & Diabetes and Obesity 2018;25(5):310 View
  6. Torous J, Roberts L. Assessment of Risk Associated with Digital and Smartphone Health Research: a New Challenge for Institutional Review Boards. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2018;3(3):165 View
  7. Hekler E, Tiro J, Hunter C, Nebeker C. Precision Health: The Role of the Social and Behavioral Sciences in Advancing the Vision. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2020;54(11):805 View
  8. Hamideh D, Nebeker C. The Digital Health Landscape in Addiction and Substance Use Research: Will Digital Health Exacerbate or Mitigate Health Inequities in Vulnerable Populations?. Current Addiction Reports 2020;7(3):317 View
  9. Hacker E. Physical Activity and Exercise Adherence in People With Hematologic Malignancies. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners 2019;15(8):568 View
  10. Di Matteo D, Fine A, Fotinos K, Rose J, Katzman M. Patient Willingness to Consent to Mobile Phone Data Collection for Mental Health Apps: Structured Questionnaire. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(3):e56 View
  11. Harlow J, Weibel N, Al Kotob R, Chan V, Bloss C, Linares-Orozco R, Takemoto M, Nebeker C. Using Participatory Design to Inform the Connected and Open Research Ethics (CORE) Commons. Science and Engineering Ethics 2020;26(1):183 View
  12. Pratap A, Neto E, Snyder P, Stepnowsky C, Elhadad N, Grant D, Mohebbi M, Mooney S, Suver C, Wilbanks J, Mangravite L, Heagerty P, Areán P, Omberg L. Indicators of retention in remote digital health studies: a cross-study evaluation of 100,000 participants. npj Digital Medicine 2020;3(1) View
  13. Arigo D, Pagoto S, Carter-Harris L, Lillie S, Nebeker C. Using social media for health research: Methodological and ethical considerations for recruitment and intervention delivery. DIGITAL HEALTH 2018;4:205520761877175 View
  14. Maher N, Senders J, Hulsbergen A, Lamba N, Parker M, Onnela J, Bredenoord A, Smith T, Broekman M. Passive data collection and use in healthcare: A systematic review of ethical issues. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2019;129:242 View
  15. Spartano N, Lin H, Sun F, Lunetta K, Trinquart L, Valentino M, Manders E, Pletcher M, Marcus G, McManus D, Benjamin E, Fox C, Olgin J, Murabito J. Comparison of On-Site Versus Remote Mobile Device Support in the Framingham Heart Study Using the Health eHeart Study for Digital Follow-up: Randomized Pilot Study Set Within an Observational Study Design. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(9):e13238 View
  16. Cornet V, Holden R. Systematic review of smartphone-based passive sensing for health and wellbeing. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2018;77:120 View
  17. Bradley L, Smith-Mason C, Corsica J, Kelly M, Hood M. Remotely Delivered Interventions for Obesity Treatment. Current Obesity Reports 2019;8(4):354 View
  18. Adans-Dester C, Bamberg S, Bertacchi F, Caulfield B, Chappie K, Demarchi D, Erb M, Estrada J, Fabara E, Freni M, Friedl K, Ghaffari R, Gill G, Greenberg M, Hoyt R, Jovanov E, Kanzler C, Katabi D, Kernan M, Kigin C, Lee S, Leonhardt S, Lovell N, Mantilla J, McCoy T, Luo N, Miller G, Moore J, O'Keeffe D, Palmer J, Parisi F, Patel S, Po J, Pugliese B, Quatieri T, Rahman T, Ramasarma N, Rogers J, Ruiz-Esparza G, Sapienza S, Schiurring G, Schwamm L, Shafiee H, Kelly Silacci S, Sims N, Talkar T, Tharion W, Toombs J, Uschnig C, Vergara-Diaz G, Wacnik P, Wang M, Welch J, Williamson L, Zafonte R, Zai A, Zhang Y, Tearney G, Ahmad R, Walt D, Bonato P. Can mHealth Technology Help Mitigate the Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic?. IEEE Open Journal of Engineering in Medicine and Biology 2020;1:243 View
  19. Kelly J, Collins P, McCamley J, Ball L, Roberts S, Campbell K. Digital disruption of dietetics: are we ready?. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 2021;34(1):134 View
  20. Nwagwu W. Usability of mobile phones for personal health care by people living with HIV/AIDS. Health and Technology 2021;11(3):491 View
  21. Fritz J, Davis A, Burgess D, Coleman B, Cook C, Farrokhi S, Goertz C, Heapy A, Lisi A, McGeary D, Rhon D, Taylor S, Zeliadt S, Kerns R. Pivoting to virtual delivery for managing chronic pain with nonpharmacological treatments: implications for pragmatic research. Pain 2021;162(6):1591 View
  22. Gelinas L, Morrell W, White S, Bierer B. Navigating the ethics of remote research data collection. Clinical Trials 2021:174077452110272 View
  23. Shah A, O’Dwyer L, Badawy S. Telemedicine in Malignant and Nonmalignant Hematology: Systematic Review of Pediatric and Adult Studies. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(7):e29619 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Martinez-Martin N. Ethical Dimensions of Commercial and DIY Neurotechnologies. View