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

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/17430, first published .
Effects of a WhatsApp-Delivered Education Intervention to Enhance Breast Cancer Knowledge in Women: Mixed-Methods Study

Effects of a WhatsApp-Delivered Education Intervention to Enhance Breast Cancer Knowledge in Women: Mixed-Methods Study

Effects of a WhatsApp-Delivered Education Intervention to Enhance Breast Cancer Knowledge in Women: Mixed-Methods Study

Journals

  1. Sarlak E, Nejat N. Virtual Social Network (VSN): A New Opportunity for Cancer Care in the COVID-19 Pandemic. International Journal of Cancer Management 2020;13(12) View
  2. Mohammed W, Alanzi T, Alanezi F, Alhodaib H, AlShammari M. Usage of social media for health awareness purposes among health educators and students in Saudi Arabia. Informatics in Medicine Unlocked 2021;23:100553 View
  3. Cunha B, Rodrigues K, Zaine I, da Silva E, Viel C, Pimentel M. Experience Sampling and Programmed Intervention Method and System for Planning, Authoring, and Deploying Mobile Health Interventions: Design and Case Reports. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(7):e24278 View
  4. Jafree S, Zakar R, Rafiq N, Javed A, Durrani R, Burhan S, Hasnain Nadir S, Ali F, Shahid A, Momina A, Wrona K, Mahmood Q, Fischer F. WhatsApp-Delivered Intervention for Continued Learning for Nurses in Pakistan During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Results of a Randomized-Controlled Trial. Frontiers in Public Health 2022;10 View
  5. Trude A, Martins R, Martins-Silva T, Blumenberg C, Carpena M, Del-Ponte B, Loret de Mola C. A WhatsApp-Based Intervention to Improve Maternal Social Support and Maternal–Child Health in Southern Brazil: The Text-Message Intervention to Enhance Social Support (TIES) Feasibility Study. INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing 2021;58:004695802110487 View
  6. Boroumand Sani S, Eslami B, Eskandari A, Saberi A, Orouji M, Goodarzi D, Hosseini L, Alipour S. Comparison of the effectiveness of teaching “breast cancer in a simple language” via a user-friendly booklet or through WhatsApp on the learning rate and emotional status in healthy women: a randomized pre-test/post-test experimental design. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education 2022:1 View
  7. Desai R, Magan A, Maposa I, Ruiter R, Rochat T, Mercken L. A study Comparing Text-Based WhatsApp and Face-to-Face Interviews to Understand Early School Dropout. Youth & Society 2024;56(1):42 View
  8. Li A, Wong K, Chio F, Mak W, Poon L. Delivering Mindfulness-Based Interventions for Insomnia, Pain, and Dysfunctional Eating Through a Text Messaging App: Three Randomized Controlled Trials Investigating the Effectiveness and Mediating Mechanisms. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(5):e30073 View
  9. Gómez-Arteta I, Vera-Vasquez C, Mamani-Calcina J, Cardona-Reyes H, Villalba-Condori K. WhatsApp as a University Tutoring Resource. Sustainability 2022;14(19):12304 View
  10. Ferret J, Branco B, Santos L, Rocco F, Bernuci M. WhatsApp-assisted health education intervention. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research 2021;9(9):56 View
  11. Andrade L, Bekhash M, Choragudi S, Gonzalez J, Valdes R, Yosipovitch G. Impact of a Digital Atopic Dermatitis Educational Intervention on Hispanic Patients and Family Members. Journal of Clinical Medicine 2023;12(6):2130 View
  12. Sarlak E, Ansari J, Moradzadeh R, Nejat N. The Effect of a Supportive Educational Intervention Through Virtual Social Networks on Sleep Quality and Insomnia of Patients with Cancer. Journal of Cancer Education 2023;38(5):1675 View
  13. Anaje C, Okpala C, Enechukwu N, Ezejiofor O, Malachy D, Nwiyi O. The Impact of WhatsApp as a Health Education Tool in Albinism: Interventional Study. JMIR Dermatology 2023;6:e49950 View
  14. Tang H, Zhu Z, Ying J, You T, Ge H, Cheng Y, Geng R, Zhou N, Qiu W, Ge Y, Wang Y, Bai C. The prognostic role of WeChat-based instant doctor–patient communication in patients with advanced pancreatic cancer. Journal of Cancer Survivorship 2023 View
  15. Khan S, Jalees S, Jabeen Z, Khan M, Qadri R, Adnan H, Khan B, Khan A. Myths and Misconceptions of Breast Cancer in the Pakistani Population. Cureus 2023 View