Published on in Vol 6 , No 5 (2018) :May

Acceptability of an mHealth App Intervention for Persons With Type 2 Diabetes and its Associations With Initial Self-Management: Randomized Controlled Trial

Acceptability of an mHealth App Intervention for Persons With Type 2 Diabetes and its Associations With Initial Self-Management: Randomized Controlled Trial

Acceptability of an mHealth App Intervention for Persons With Type 2 Diabetes and its Associations With Initial Self-Management: Randomized Controlled Trial

Journals

  1. Steinmetz M, Rammos C, Rassaf T, Lortz J. Digital interventions in the treatment of cardiovascular risk factors and atherosclerotic vascular disease. IJC Heart & Vasculature 2020;26:100470 View
  2. Adu M, Malabu U, Malau-Aduli A, Drovandi A, Malau-Aduli B. Efficacy and Acceptability of My Care Hub Mobile App to Support Self-Management in Australians with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(7):2573 View
  3. Torbjørnsen A, Småstuen M, Jenum A, Årsand E, Ribu L. The Service User Technology Acceptability Questionnaire: Psychometric Evaluation of the Norwegian Version. JMIR Human Factors 2018;5(4):e10255 View
  4. Larbi D, Randine P, Årsand E, Antypas K, Bradway M, Gabarron E. Methods and Evaluation Criteria for Apps and Digital Interventions for Diabetes Self-Management: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(7):e18480 View
  5. Nielsen A, Kidholm K, Kayser L. Patients’ reasons for non-use of digital patient-reported outcome concepts: A scoping review. Health Informatics Journal 2020;26(4):2811 View
  6. Kordonouri O, Riddell M. Use of apps for physical activity in type 1 diabetes: current status and requirements for future development. Therapeutic Advances in Endocrinology and Metabolism 2019;10:204201881983929 View
  7. Bradway M, Giordanengo A, Joakimsen R, Hansen A, Grøttland A, Hartvigsen G, Randine P, Årsand E. Measuring the Effects of Sharing Mobile Health Data During Diabetes Consultations: Protocol for a Mixed Method Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2020;9(2):e16657 View
  8. Pereira A, Destro J, Picinin Bernuci M, Garcia L, Rodrigues Lucena T. Effects of a WhatsApp-Delivered Education Intervention to Enhance Breast Cancer Knowledge in Women: Mixed-Methods Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(7):e17430 View
  9. Batch B, Spratt S, Blalock D, Benditz C, Weiss A, Dolor R, Cho A. General Behavioral Engagement and Changes in Clinical and Cognitive Outcomes of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Using the Time2Focus Mobile App for Diabetes Education: Pilot Evaluation. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(1):e17537 View
  10. Bassi G, Gabrielli S, Donisi V, Carbone S, Forti S, Salcuni S. Assessment of Psychological Distress in Adults With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Through Technologies: Literature Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(1):e17740 View
  11. Areemit R, Lumbiganon P, Suphakunpinyo C, Jetsrisuparb A, Sutra S, Sripanidkulchai K. A Mobile App, KhunLook, to Support Thai Parents and Caregivers With Child Health Supervision: Development, Validation, and Acceptability Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(10):e15116 View
  12. Song T, Deng N, Cui T, Qian S, Liu F, Guan Y, Yu P. Measuring Success of Patients’ Continuous Use of Mobile Health Services for Self-management of Chronic Conditions: Model Development and Validation. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(7):e26670 View
  13. Chan C, Popeski N, Hassanabad M, Sigal R, O’Connell P, Sargious P. Use of Virtual Care for Glycemic Management in People With Types 1 and 2 Diabetes and Diabetes in Pregnancy: A Rapid Review. Canadian Journal of Diabetes 2021 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Pouliakis A, Karakitsou E, Margari N. Mobile Health Applications for Quality Healthcare Delivery. View