Published on in Vol 6, No 10 (2018): October

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/11181, first published .
Acceptability of Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Free-Living Healthy Individuals: Implications for the Use of Wearable Biosensors in Diet and Physical Activity Research

Acceptability of Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Free-Living Healthy Individuals: Implications for the Use of Wearable Biosensors in Diet and Physical Activity Research

Acceptability of Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Free-Living Healthy Individuals: Implications for the Use of Wearable Biosensors in Diet and Physical Activity Research

Authors of this article:

Yue Liao 1 Author Orcid Image ;   Susan Schembre 1, 2 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Cai L, Ge W, Zhu Z, Zhao X, Li Z. Data Analysis and Accuracy Evaluation of a Continuous Glucose-Monitoring Device. Journal of Sensors 2019;2019:1 View
  2. Jospe M, de Bruin W, Haszard J, Mann J, Brunton M, Taylor R. Teaching people to eat according to appetite – Does the method of glucose measurement matter?. Appetite 2020;151:104691 View
  3. Skinner A, Toumpakari Z, Stone C, Johnson L. Future Directions for Integrative Objective Assessment of Eating Using Wearable Sensing Technology. Frontiers in Nutrition 2020;7 View
  4. Liao Y, Basen-Engquist K, Urbauer D, Bevers T, Hawk E, Schembre S. Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring to Motivate Physical Activity in Overweight and Obese Adults: A Pilot Study. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention 2020;29(4):761 View
  5. Turner-McGrievy G, Yang C, Monroe C, Pellegrini C, West D. Is Burden Always Bad? Emerging Low-Burden Approaches to Mobile Dietary Self-monitoring and the Role Burden Plays with Engagement. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2021 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Schembre S, Liao Y, Jospe M. Obesity and Diabetes. View