Published on in Vol 3, No 3 (2016): Jul-Sept

mHealth for Schizophrenia: Patient Engagement With a Mobile Phone Intervention Following Hospital Discharge

mHealth for Schizophrenia: Patient Engagement With a Mobile Phone Intervention Following Hospital Discharge

mHealth for Schizophrenia: Patient Engagement With a Mobile Phone Intervention Following Hospital Discharge

Dror Ben-Zeev 1, PhD;  Emily A. Scherer 1, PhD;  Jennifer D. Gottlieb 2, PhD;  Armando J. Rotondi 3, 4, PhD;  Mary F. Brunette 5, MD;  Eric D Achtyes 6, MD;  Kim T. Mueser 2, PhD;  Susan Gingerich 7, MSW;  Christopher J. Brenner 8, MPH;  Mark Begale 8;  David C. Mohr 8, PhD;  Nina R. Schooler 9, 10, PhD;  Patricia Marcy 10;  Delbert G. Robinson 10, 11, MD;  John M. Kane 10, 11, MD

1 Dartmouth College , Hanover, NH, US

2 Boston University , Boston, MA, US

3 University of Pittsburgh , Pittsburgh, PA, US

4 Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center (MIRECC), Center for Health Equity Research (CHERP), Department of Veterans Affairs, Pittsburgh Health Care System, Pittsburgh, PA, US

5 Dartmouth-Hitchcock , Lebanon, NH, US

6 Cherry Health and Division of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Michigan State University , Grand Rapids, MI, US

7 Independent Consultant , Philadelphia, PA, US

8 Northwestern University , Chicago, IL, US

9 State University of New York Downstate Medical Center , Brooklyn, NY, US

10 Northwell Health , Great Neck, NY, US

11 Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine , Hempstead, NY, US

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