Published on in Vol 8, No 7 (2020): July

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/16473, first published .
Digital Health and Inequalities in Access to Health Services in Bangladesh: Mixed Methods Study

Digital Health and Inequalities in Access to Health Services in Bangladesh: Mixed Methods Study

Digital Health and Inequalities in Access to Health Services in Bangladesh: Mixed Methods Study

Journals

  1. Ouyang Y, Nasrin L. Father’s Knowledge, Attitude and Support to Mother’s Exclusive Breastfeeding Practices in Bangladesh: A Multi-Group Structural Equations Model Analysis. Healthcare 2021;9(3):276 View
  2. Rahman T, Hasnain M, Islam A, Kotozaki Y. Food insecurity and mental health of women during COVID-19: Evidence from a developing country. PLOS ONE 2021;16(7):e0255392 View
  3. Green G, Tesler R, Sharon C. Perceived Efficiency Outcomes, Sources and Awareness of Online Health Information among the Elderly during COVID-19. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(15):8121 View
  4. Tan R, Wu D, Day S, Zhao Y, Larson H, Sylvia S, Tang W, Tucker J. Digital approaches to enhancing community engagement in clinical trials. npj Digital Medicine 2022;5(1) View
  5. Ali F, Bennett G, Paulraj S, Paswan S, Narayan V, Wills A. Evaluating a mobile-based short virtual course on family planning for frontline health workers in India. Journal of Global Health Reports 2021;5 View
  6. Lopez de Coca T, Moreno L, Alacreu M, Sebastian-Morello M. Bridging the Generational Digital Divide in the Healthcare Environment. Journal of Personalized Medicine 2022;12(8):1214 View
  7. Sifat M, Saperstein S, Tasnim N, Green K. Motivations Toward Using Digital Health and Exploring the Possibility of Using Digital Health for Mental Health in Bangladesh University Students: Cross-sectional Questionnaire Study. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(3):e34901 View
  8. Bari Antor M, H. M. Shafayet Jamil A, Mamtaz M, Monirujjaman Khan M, S. Alshamrani S, Masud M. Development of a Web-Based Telemedicine System for Covid-19 Patients. Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing 2021;30(3):899 View
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  10. Gaobotse G, Mbunge E, Batani J, Muchemwa B. The future of smart implants towards personalized and pervasive healthcare in Sub-Saharan Africa: Opportunities, barriers and policy recommendations. Sensors International 2022;3:100173 View
  11. Hasan M, Muna F. Technology Trends and Cyber Security in Bangladesh. International Journal of Technology Diffusion 2022;13(1):1 View
  12. Yao R, Zhang W, Evans R, Cao G, Rui T, Shen L. Inequities in Health Care Services Caused by the Adoption of Digital Health Technologies: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(3):e34144 View
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  15. Manzoor F, Islam Pia N, Rahman R, Bin Rahman N, Debnath D, Shahriar Rahman H, Mohammed Abdul Aziz M, Ferdaus F, Sultana N, Shafiqul Halim K, Gilam Iqbal M, Jahan Ummon I, Vu Binh B, Thi Tra My L, Thi Cuc L, Thanh Tung L, Huy Hoang N, Thi Minh Chinh N, Thi Thanh Huong N, Thi Thuy Chinh P, Thi Thanh Thu M, Ylistalo E, Kunnas K, Huuskonen A, Smolander N, de Sousa Salgueiro Oliveira A, Manuel Garcia do Nascimento Graveto J, Gonçalo Ribeiro Pardal J, Jorge dos Santos Costa P, Miguel dos Santos Dinis Parreira P. HOW DO MEDICAL AND NURSING STUDENTS VIEW HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY? A PSYCHOMETRIC VALIDATION STUDY OF THE USABILITY EVALUATION QUESTIONNAIRE IN BANGLADESH. JIM 2023;4(2):23 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. . Building and Improving Health Literacy in the ‘New Normal’ of Health Care. View
  2. Ramseyer T, Pantanowitz L, Hassell L. Accelerating Strategic Changes for Digital Transformation in the Healthcare Industry. View
  3. Bhojak N, Patel S, Momin M. Fostering Sustainable Development in the Age of Technologies. View
  4. Garcia M, Garcia P, Maaliw R, Gonzales Lagrazon P, Arif Y, Ofosu-Ampong K, Yousef A, Vaithilingam C. Emerging Technologies for Health Literacy and Medical Practice. View