Published on in Vol 9, No 4 (2021): April

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/27173, first published .
Influences on the Uptake of Health and Well-being Apps and Curated App Portals: Think-Aloud and Interview Study

Influences on the Uptake of Health and Well-being Apps and Curated App Portals: Think-Aloud and Interview Study

Influences on the Uptake of Health and Well-being Apps and Curated App Portals: Think-Aloud and Interview Study

Journals

  1. Stoeckl S, Torres-Hernandez E, Camacho E, Torous J. Assessing the Dynamics of the Mental Health Apple and Android App Marketplaces. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2023;8(4):465 View
  2. Hendriks Y, Peek S, Kaptein M, Bongers I. Process and Information Needs When Searching for and Selecting Apps for Smoking Cessation: Qualitative Study Using Contextual Inquiry. JMIR Human Factors 2022;9(2):e32628 View
  3. Closson K, Zharima C, Kuchena M, Dietrich J, Gadermann A, Ogilvie G, Beksinska M, Kaida A. “I feel like it is asking if he is a stalker … but I also feel like it is asking if he cares”: exploring young South African women and men’s perceptions of the Sexual Relationship Power Scale. BMC Public Health 2022;22(1) View
  4. Li Z, Du N, Wang B, Oteng-Darko C. Impact of social influence on users' continuance intention toward sports and fitness applications. Frontiers in Public Health 2022;10 View
  5. Szinay D, Perski O, Jones A, Chadborn T, Brown J, Naughton F. Perceptions of Factors Influencing Engagement With Health and Well-being Apps in the United Kingdom: Qualitative Interview Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(12):e29098 View
  6. Szinay D, Cameron R, Naughton F, Whitty J, Brown J, Jones A. Understanding Uptake of Digital Health Products: Methodology Tutorial for a Discrete Choice Experiment Using the Bayesian Efficient Design. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(10):e32365 View
  7. Kopka M, Camacho E, Kwon S, Torous J, Pani D. Exploring how informed mental health app selection may impact user engagement and satisfaction. PLOS Digital Health 2023;2(3):e0000219 View
  8. Willemsen R, Meijer E, van den Berg L, van der Burg L, Chavannes N, Aardoom J. A Health App Platform Providing a Budget to Purchase Preselected Apps as an Innovative Way to Support Public Health: Qualitative Study With End Users and Other Stakeholders. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e49473 View
  9. Stephen B, Uzoewulu B, Asuquo P, Ozuomba S. Diabetes and hypertension MobileHealth systems: a review of general challenges and advancements. Journal of Engineering and Applied Science 2023;70(1) View
  10. Seiferth C, Vogel L, Aas B, Brandhorst I, Carlbring P, Conzelmann A, Esfandiari N, Finkbeiner M, Hollmann K, Lautenbacher H, Meinzinger E, Newbold A, Opitz A, Renner T, Sander L, Santangelo P, Schoedel R, Schuller B, Stachl C, Terhorst Y, Torous J, Wac K, Werner-Seidler A, Wolf S, Löchner J. How to e-mental health: a guideline for researchers and practitioners using digital technology in the context of mental health. Nature Mental Health 2023;1(8):542 View
  11. Verain M, Raaijmakers I, Meijboom S, van der Haar S. Differences in drivers of healthy eating and nutrition app preferences across motivation-based consumer groups. Food Quality and Preference 2024;116:105145 View
  12. Willemsen R, Chavannes N, Aardoom J. Feasibility and Acceptability of a Health App Platform Providing Individuals With a Budget to Purchase Preselected Apps to Work on Their Health and Well-Being: Quantitative Evaluation Study. JMIR Formative Research 2024;8:e51408 View
  13. Li C, Platkin C, Chin J, Khan A, Bennett J, Speck A, Nielsen A, Leung M. Web-Based Tool Designed to Encourage Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Use in Urban College Students: Usability Testing Study. JMIR Formative Research 2024;8:e50557 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Alhejaili A, Blustein J. HCI International 2023 Posters. View