Published on in Vol 10 , No 11 (2022) :November

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/40391, first published .
Wearable Activity Tracker Use and Physical Activity Among Informal Caregivers in the United States: Quantitative Study

Wearable Activity Tracker Use and Physical Activity Among Informal Caregivers in the United States: Quantitative Study

Wearable Activity Tracker Use and Physical Activity Among Informal Caregivers in the United States: Quantitative Study

Asos Mahmood 1, 2 * , MD, MPH, PhD ;   Hyunmin Kim 3 * , PhD ;   Satish Kedia 4 , PhD ;   Patrick Dillon 5 , PhD

1 Center for Health System Improvement , University of Tennessee Health Science Center , Memphis , TN , US

2 Department of Medicine , General Internal Medicine , University of Tennessee Health Science Center , Memphis , TN , US

3 School of Health Professions , The University of Southern Mississippi , Hattiesburg , MS , US

4 School of Public Health , The University of Memphis , Memphis , TN , US

5 School of Communication Studies , Kent State University , North Canton , OH , US

*these authors contributed equally

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  • Hyunmin Kim, PhD
  • School of Health Professions
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