Published on in Vol 6, No 12 (2018): December

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10026, first published .
Use of Mobile Devices to Help Cancer Patients Meet Their Information Needs in Non-Inpatient Settings: Systematic Review

Use of Mobile Devices to Help Cancer Patients Meet Their Information Needs in Non-Inpatient Settings: Systematic Review

Use of Mobile Devices to Help Cancer Patients Meet Their Information Needs in Non-Inpatient Settings: Systematic Review

Journals

  1. Richards R, Kinnersley P, Brain K, Staffurth J, Wood F. The Preferences of Patients With Cancer Regarding Apps to Help Meet Their Illness-Related Information Needs: Qualitative Interview Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(7):e14187 View
  2. Ayyoubzadeh S, R. Niakan Kalhori S, Shirkhoda M, Mohammadzadeh N, Esmaeili M. Supporting colorectal cancer survivors using eHealth: a systematic review and framework suggestion. Supportive Care in Cancer 2020;28(8):3543 View
  3. Ector G, Hermens R, Blijlevens N. Filling the gaps of patient information and comprehension. Current Opinion in Oncology 2020;32(4):262 View
  4. Jiang S, Hong Y, Liu P. Trends of online patient-provider communication among cancer survivors from 2008 to 2017: a digital divide perspective. Journal of Cancer Survivorship 2019;13(2):197 View
  5. Putranto D, Rochmawati E. Mobile applications for managing symptoms of patients with cancer at home: A scoping review. International Journal of Nursing Practice 2020;26(4) View
  6. Fareed N, Swoboda C, Jonnalagadda P, Huerta T. Persistent digital divide in health-related internet use among cancer survivors: findings from the Health Information National Trends Survey, 2003–2018. Journal of Cancer Survivorship 2021;15(1):87 View
  7. Jehn P, Korn P, Gellrich N, Zeller A, Neuhaus M, Tavassol F, Zimmerer R, Krüskemper G, Spalthoff S. Fulfillment of patients’ information needs during oral cancer treatment and its association with posttherapeutic quality of life. Quality of Life Research 2021;30(1):169 View
  8. Livingston P, Heckel L, Orellana L, Ashley D, Ugalde A, Botti M, Pitson G, Woollett A, Chambers S, Parente P, Chirgwin J, Mihalopoulos C, Lavelle B, Sutton J, Phipps‐Nelson J, Krishnasamy M, Simons K, Heynsbergh N, Wickramasinghe N, White V. Outcomes of a randomized controlled trial assessing a smartphone A pplication to reduce unmet needs among people diagnosed with C anc E r (ACE). Cancer Medicine 2020;9(2):507 View
  9. Crafoord M, Fjell M, Sundberg K, Nilsson M, Langius-Eklöf A. Engagement in an Interactive App for Symptom Self-Management during Treatment in Patients With Breast or Prostate Cancer: Mixed Methods Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e17058 View
  10. Chan R, Howell D, Lustberg M, Mustian K, Koczwara B, Ng C, Kim Y, Nápoles A, Dixit N, Klemanski D, Ke Y, Toh Y, Fitch M, Crichton M, Agarawal S, Chan A. Advances and future directions in the use of mobile health in supportive cancer care: proceedings of the 2019 MASCC Annual Meeting symposium. Supportive Care in Cancer 2020;28(9):4059 View
  11. Lim J, Kim J, Kim Y, Ahn S, Yu J, Hwang J. A Modular Mobile Health App for Personalized Rehabilitation Throughout the Breast Cancer Care Continuum: Development Study. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(4):e23304 View
  12. Ghanbari E, Yektatalab S, Mehrabi M. Effects of Psychoeducational Interventions Using Mobile Apps and Mobile-Based Online Group Discussions on Anxiety and Self-Esteem in Women With Breast Cancer: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(5):e19262 View
  13. Richards R, Kinnersley P, Brain K, Wood F. Cancer Clinicians’ Views Regarding an App That Helps Patients With Cancer Meet Their Information Needs: Qualitative Interview Study. JMIR Cancer 2021;7(2):e23671 View
  14. Ozair A, Singh K. Delivering High-Quality, Equitable Care in India: An Ethically-Resilient Framework for Healthcare Innovation After COVID-19. Frontiers in Public Health 2021;9 View
  15. Cesario A, Simone I, Paris I, Boldrini L, Orlandi A, Franceschini G, Lococo F, Bria E, Magno S, Mulè A, Santoro A, Damiani A, Bianchi D, Picchi D, Rasi G, Daniele G, Fabi A, Sergi P, Tortora G, Masetti R, Valentini V, D’Oria M, Scambia G. Development of a Digital Research Assistant for the Management of Patients’ Enrollment in Oncology Clinical Trials within a Research Hospital. Journal of Personalized Medicine 2021;11(4):244 View
  16. Öztürk E, Kutlutürkan S. The Effect of the Mobile Application-Based Symptom Monitoring Process on the Symptom Control and Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Patients. Seminars in Oncology Nursing 2021;37(3):151161 View
  17. Moses J, Adibi S, Shariful Islam S, Wickramasinghe N, Nguyen L. Application of Smartphone Technologies in Disease Monitoring: A Systematic Review. Healthcare 2021;9(7):889 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Sumilang C. Advancing Mobile Learning in Contemporary Educational Spaces. View