Published on in Vol 4, No 2 (2017): Apr-Jun

Health App Use Among Individuals With Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety: A Survey Study With Thematic Coding

Health App Use Among Individuals With Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety: A Survey Study With Thematic Coding

Health App Use Among Individuals With Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety: A Survey Study With Thematic Coding

Journals

  1. Pung A, Fletcher S, Gunn J. Mobile App Use by Primary Care Patients to Manage Their Depressive Symptoms: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(9):e10035 View
  2. Di Matteo D, Fine A, Fotinos K, Rose J, Katzman M. Patient Willingness to Consent to Mobile Phone Data Collection for Mental Health Apps: Structured Questionnaire. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(3):e56 View
  3. Beard C, Silverman A, Forgeard M, Wilmer M, Torous J, Björgvinsson T. Smartphone, Social Media, and Mental Health App Use in an Acute Transdiagnostic Psychiatric Sample. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(6):e13364 View
  4. Fulford H, McSwiggan L, Kroll T, MacGillivray S. Exploring the use of mobile information and communication technologies by people with mood disorders. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 2019;28(6):1268 View
  5. Onyeaka H, Wisniewski H, Henson P, Torous J. Understanding the evolving preferences for use of health information technology among adults with self reported anxiety and depression in the U.S. Journal of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy 2020;30(1):49 View
  6. Marshall J, Dunstan D, Bartik W. Clinical or gimmickal: The use and effectiveness of mobile mental health apps for treating anxiety and depression. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 2020;54(1):20 View
  7. Stawarz K, Preist C, Coyle D. Use of Smartphone Apps, Social Media, and Web-Based Resources to Support Mental Health and Well-Being: Online Survey. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(7):e12546 View
  8. Stawarz K, Preist C, Tallon D, Wiles N, Coyle D. User Experience of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Apps for Depression: An Analysis of App Functionality and User Reviews. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(6):e10120 View
  9. Marshall J, Dunstan D, Bartik W. The Digital Psychiatrist: In Search of Evidence-Based Apps for Anxiety and Depression. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2019;10 View
  10. Satyanarayana P, Chandran S. Walk with mobile app to fight depression: An interventional study. International Journal of Health and Allied Sciences 2020;9(2):122 View
  11. Scherr S, Goering M. Is a Self-Monitoring App for Depression a Good Place for Additional Mental Health Information? Ecological Momentary Assessment of Mental Help Information Seeking among Smartphone Users. Health Communication 2020;35(8):1004 View
  12. Switsers L, Dauwe A, Vanhoudt A, Van Dyck H, Lombaerts K, Oldenburg J. Users’ Perspectives on mHealth Self-Management of Bipolar Disorder: Qualitative Focus Group Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(5):e108 View
  13. Chow P, Showalter S, Gerber M, Kennedy E, Brenin D, Mohr D, Lattie E, Gupta A, Ocker G, Cohn W. Use of Mental Health Apps by Patients With Breast Cancer in the United States: Pilot Pre-Post Study. JMIR Cancer 2020;6(1):e16476 View
  14. Schueller S, Adkins E. Mobile Health Technologies to Deliver and Support Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Psychiatric Annals 2019;49(8):348 View
  15. Wyatt J. How can clinicians, specialty societies and others evaluate and improve the quality of apps for patient use?. BMC Medicine 2018;16(1) View
  16. Lawn S, van Agteren J, Zabeen S, Bertossa S, Barton C, Stewart J. Adapting, Pilot Testing and Evaluating the Kick.it App to Support Smoking Cessation for Smokers with Severe Mental Illness: A Study Protocol. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2018;15(2):254 View
  17. Marshall J, Dunstan D, Bartik W. Apps With Maps—Anxiety and Depression Mobile Apps With Evidence-Based Frameworks: Systematic Search of Major App Stores. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(6):e16525 View
  18. DeForte S, Huang Y, Bourgeois T, Hussain S, Lin S. The Association Between App-Administered Depression Assessments and Suicidal Ideation in User Comments: Retrospective Observational Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(8):e18392 View
  19. Burchert S, Kerber A, Zimmermann J, Knaevelsrud C, Nater-Mewes R. Screening accuracy of a 14-day smartphone ambulatory assessment of depression symptoms and mood dynamics in a general population sample: Comparison with the PHQ-9 depression screening. PLOS ONE 2021;16(1):e0244955 View
  20. Larsen M, Nicholas J, Han J, Lemon C, Okun K, Torok M, Wong D, Wong I, Wong Q, Huckvale K. Here’s something I prepared earlier: a review of the time to publication of cross-sectional reviews of smartphone health apps. BMJ Open 2020;10(12):e039817 View
  21. Henson P, Peck P, Torous J. Considering the Therapeutic Alliance in Digital Mental Health Interventions. Harvard Review of Psychiatry 2019;27(4):268 View
  22. Zürcher S, Kerksieck P, Adamus C, Burr C, Lehmann A, Huber F, Richter D. Prevalence of Mental Health Problems During Virus Epidemics in the General Public, Health Care Workers and Survivors: A Rapid Review of the Evidence. Frontiers in Public Health 2020;8 View
  23. Schueller S, Neary M, Lai J, Epstein D. Understanding People’s Use of and Perspectives on Mood-Tracking Apps: Interview Study. JMIR Mental Health 2021;8(8):e29368 View
  24. Onyeaka H, Firth J, Kessler R, Lovell K, Torous J. Use of smartphones, mobile apps and wearables for health promotion by people with anxiety or depression: An analysis of a nationally representative survey data. Psychiatry Research 2021;304:114120 View
  25. Mata-Greve F, Johnson M, Pullmann M, Friedman E, Griffith Fillipo I, Comtois K, Arean P. Mental Health and the Perceived Usability of Digital Mental Health Tools Among Essential Workers and People Unemployed Due to COVID-19: Cross-sectional Survey Study. JMIR Mental Health 2021;8(8):e28360 View
  26. Ellen J, Boele F, Hellman B, Duprey K, Nayak L, Morris J. Pilot study of smartphone-based health outcome tracking (OurBrainBank) for glioblastoma patients. Neuro-Oncology Practice 2021;8(6):684 View
  27. Lattie E, Cohen K, Hersch E, Williams K, Kruzan K, MacIver C, Hermes J, Maddi K, Kwasny M, Mohr D. Uptake and effectiveness of a self-guided mobile app platform for college student mental health. Internet Interventions 2022;27:100493 View
  28. Singh A, Singhavi H, Sharin F, Lakdawala M, Mhatre S, Deodhar J, Chaturvedi P, Dikshit R. Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Mental Health Status Prevailing among COVID-19 Patients in Mumbai, India. Indian Journal of Community Medicine 2022;47(1):55 View
  29. Morton E, Nicholas J, Yang L, Lapadat L, Barnes S, Provencher M, Depp C, Chan M, Kulur R, Michalak E. Evaluating the quality, safety, and functionality of commonly used smartphone apps for bipolar disorder mood and sleep self-management. International Journal of Bipolar Disorders 2022;10(1) View
  30. Balaskas A, Schueller S, Cox A, Doherty G. Understanding users’ perspectives on mobile apps for anxiety management. Frontiers in Digital Health 2022;4 View
  31. Wang A, Xiu X, Liu S, Qian Q, Wu S. Characteristics of Artificial Intelligence Clinical Trials in the Field of Healthcare: A Cross-Sectional Study on ClinicalTrials.gov. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(20):13691 View
  32. Dekkers T, Heirbaut T, Schouten S, Kelders S, Beerlage-de Jong N, Ludden G, Deenik J, Bouman Y, Kip H. A Mobile Self-control Training App to Improve Self-control and Physical Activity in People With Severe Mental Illness: Protocol for 2 Single-Case Experimental Designs. JMIR Research Protocols 2023;12:e37727 View
  33. Morton E, Ho K, Barnes S, Michalak E. Digital Health Literacy in Bipolar Disorder: International Web-Based Survey. JMIR Mental Health 2021;8(10):e29764 View
  34. MOUKADDAM N, TRUONG A, CAO J, SHAH A, SABHARWAL A. Findings From a Trial of the Smartphone and OnLine Usage-based eValuation for Depression (SOLVD) Application: What Do Apps Really Tell Us About Patients with Depression? Concordance Between App-Generated Data and Standard Psychiatric Questionnaires for Depression and Anxiety. Journal of Psychiatric Practice 2019;25(5):365 View
  35. Lukka L, Karhulahti V, Palva J. Factors Affecting Digital Tool Use in Client Interaction According to Mental Health Professionals: Interview Study. JMIR Human Factors 2023;10:e44681 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Dodson J, Preux N, Thang J, Eikey E. Sustainable Digital Communities. View
  2. Isabell K, Sandra D. Technology and Health. View
  3. Vinogradov M, Chang M, Lin F, Yan Y. ICT for Health, Accessibility and Wellbeing. View
  4. Goodings L, Ellis D, Tucker I. Understanding Mental Health Apps. View