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User Acceptance of Wrist-Worn Activity Trackers Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults: Mixed Method Study

User Acceptance of Wrist-Worn Activity Trackers Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults: Mixed Method Study

So I guess it helped to—made it decide that maybe we need to—I need to work more on it and try and figure out what exactly I can do with it.AnitaI would think that they are the way of the future.FrancineOn the other hand, Greg and Paula described their prior

Arjun Puri, Ben Kim, Olivier Nguyen, Paul Stolee, James Tung, Joon Lee

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(11):e173

The Use of Social Media for Health Promotion in Hispanic Populations: A Scoping Systematic Review

The Use of Social Media for Health Promotion in Hispanic Populations: A Scoping Systematic Review

for Spanish language smoking cessation websiteMySpace Latino, MiGente, WebsiteSmoking cessationJaganath 2012 [22]Describe the creation of a new, Facebook-based training curriculum for community leaders on HIVa preventionFacebook, MySpaceSexual healthJustice-Gardiner

Julia Hudnut-Beumler, Eli Po'e, Shari Barkin

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2016;2(2):e32

Validation of a Smartphone App for the Assessment of Sedentary and Active Behaviors

Validation of a Smartphone App for the Assessment of Sedentary and Active Behaviors

As pointed out by Gardiner et al [35], a larger RS in our study suggests a greater magnitude of reported change in behavior during the intervention period, and not necessarily a better ability to detect a minimal clinically meaningful change.

Meynard John Toledo, Eric Hekler, Kevin Hollingshead, Dana Epstein, Matthew Buman

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(8):e119

Mobile Health Interventions: Exploring the Use of Common Relationship Factors

Mobile Health Interventions: Exploring the Use of Common Relationship Factors

In addition, participants with low health literacy in the relational agent group were significantly better at identifying clinical trials for a hypothetical patient than participants with low health literacy in the control group.In a related study, Gardiner

Emily R Grekin, Jessica R Beatty, Steven J Ondersma

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(4):e11245