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Enhancing Home Health Mobile Phone App Usability Through General Smartphone Training: Usability and Learnability Case Study

Enhancing Home Health Mobile Phone App Usability Through General Smartphone Training: Usability and Learnability Case Study

Our hypothesis was that the group that received the additional smartphone training would have a better user experience with the system.MethodsParticipantsParticipants were recruited from the Galway city area.

Richard Harte, Tony Hall, Liam Glynn, Alejandro Rodríguez-Molinero, Thomas Scharf, Leo R Quinlan, Gearóid ÓLaighin

JMIR Hum Factors 2018;5(2):e18

An mHealth Intervention Using a Smartphone App to Increase Walking Behavior in Young Adults: A Pilot Study

An mHealth Intervention Using a Smartphone App to Increase Walking Behavior in Young Adults: A Pilot Study

Ethical approval for the study was granted by the National University of Ireland Galway School of Psychology, Research Ethics Committee.Sample Size and RecruitmentIn order to reach a 95% confidence level in a pilot study, the estimated sample size was 59 young

Jane C Walsh, Teresa Corbett, Michael Hogan, Jim Duggan, Abra McNamara

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(3):e109

Patients’ Experiences of Using Smartphone Apps to Support Self-Management and Improve Medication Adherence in Hypertension: Qualitative Study

Patients’ Experiences of Using Smartphone Apps to Support Self-Management and Improve Medication Adherence in Hypertension: Qualitative Study

Checklist was used to ensure explicit reporting on how this study was carried out (Multimedia Appendix 1) [17].Participants and RecruitmentParticipants were recruited through Croí (the West of Ireland Cardiac Foundation), a heart and stroke charity located in Galway

Ciara M McBride, Eimear C Morrissey, Gerard J Molloy

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(10):e17470

A Mobile Health Approach for Improving Outcomes in Suicide Prevention (SafePlan)

A Mobile Health Approach for Improving Outcomes in Suicide Prevention (SafePlan)

A new mobile app, which is titled SafePlan and developed by the National University of Ireland Galway, was designed to be used as an adjunct to therapy for this at-risk group.Before the design and development process of SafePlan, a review of existing mobile

Conor O'Grady, Ruth Melia, John Bogue, Mary O'Sullivan, Karen Young, Jim Duggan

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(7):e17481