Published on in Vol 8, No 4 (2021): April

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/20424, first published .
A Smartphone-Based Self-management Intervention for Bipolar Disorder (LiveWell): User-Centered Development Approach

A Smartphone-Based Self-management Intervention for Bipolar Disorder (LiveWell): User-Centered Development Approach

A Smartphone-Based Self-management Intervention for Bipolar Disorder (LiveWell): User-Centered Development Approach

Journals

  1. Dopke C, McBride A, Babington P, Jonathan G, Michaels T, Ryan C, Duffecy J, Mohr D, Goulding E. Development of Coaching Support for LiveWell: A Smartphone-Based Self-Management Intervention for Bipolar Disorder. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(3):e25810 View
  2. Goulding E, Dopke C, Rossom R, Michaels T, Martin C, Ryan C, Jonathan G, McBride A, Babington P, Bernstein M, Bank A, Garborg C, Dinh J, Begale M, Kwasny M, Mohr D. A Smartphone-Based Self-management Intervention for Individuals With Bipolar Disorder (LiveWell): Empirical and Theoretical Framework, Intervention Design, and Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2022;11(2):e30710 View
  3. Jonathan G, Dopke C, Michaels T, Martin C, Ryan C, McBride A, Babington P, Goulding E. A Smartphone-Based Self-Management Intervention for Individuals with Bipolar Disorder (LiveWell): Qualitative Study on User Experiences of the Behavior Change Process. JMIR Mental Health 2021;8(11):e32306 View
  4. Kip H, Keizer J, da Silva M, Beerlage-de Jong N, Köhle N, Kelders S. Methods for Human-Centered eHealth Development: Narrative Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(1):e31858 View
  5. Jahedi F, Fay Henman P, Ryan J. Personalization in Digital Psychological Interventions for Young Adults. International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 2022:1 View
  6. Mouchabac S, Maatoug R, Conejero I, Adrien V, Bonnot O, Millet B, Ferreri F, Bourla A. In Search of Digital Dopamine: How Apps Can Motivate Depressed Patients, a Review and Conceptual Analysis. Brain Sciences 2021;11(11):1454 View
  7. Goulding E, Dopke C, Rossom R, Jonathan G, Mohr D, Kwasny M. Effects of a Smartphone-Based Self-management Intervention for Individuals With Bipolar Disorder on Relapse, Symptom Burden, and Quality of Life. JAMA Psychiatry 2023;80(2):109 View
  8. Szigethy E, Tansel A, Pavlick A, Marroquin M, Serio C, Silfee V, Wallace M, Kingsley M, Levinthal D. A Coached Digital Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Reduces Anxiety and Depression in Adults With Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders. Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology 2021;12(12):e00436 View
  9. Bjella T, Collier Høegh M, Holmstul Olsen S, Aminoff S, Barrett E, Ueland T, Icick R, Andreassen O, Nerhus M, Myhre Ihler H, Hagen M, Busch-Christensen C, Melle I, Lagerberg T. Developing “MinDag” – an app to capture symptom variation and illness mechanisms in bipolar disorder. Frontiers in Medical Technology 2022;4 View
  10. Goulding E, Dopke C, Michaels T, Martin C, Khiani M, Garborg C, Karr C, Begale M. A Smartphone-Based Self-management Intervention for Individuals With Bipolar Disorder (LiveWell): Protocol Development for an Expert System to Provide Adaptive User Feedback. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(12):e32932 View
  11. Ryan K, Smith S, Yocum A, Carley I, Liebrecht C, Navis B, Vest E, Bertram H, McInnis M, Kilbourne A. The Life Goals Self-Management Mobile App for Bipolar Disorder: Consumer Feasibility, Usability, and Acceptability Study. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(12):e32450 View
  12. Yee L, Leziak K, Jackson J, Niznik C, Saber R, Yeh C, Simon M. SweetMama: Usability Assessment of a Novel Mobile Application Among Low-Income Pregnant People to Assist With Diabetes Management and Support. Diabetes Spectrum 2023;36(2):171 View
  13. Veldmeijer L, Terlouw G, Van Os J, Van Dijk O, Van 't Veer J, Boonstra N. The Involvement of Service Users and People With Lived Experience in Mental Health Care Innovation Through Design: Systematic Review. JMIR Mental Health 2023;10:e46590 View
  14. Orsolini L, Longo G, Volpe U. Practical application of digital therapeutics in people with mood disorders. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 2024;37(1):9 View
  15. Zhang C, Xu M, Yu H, Hua Y, Wang X, Nan X, Zhang J. Relationships Among Demographic Factors, Stigma, Social Support, and Self-Management in Individuals With Bipolar Disorder in Remission. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services 2023:1 View
  16. de Azevedo Cardoso T, Kochhar S, Torous J, Morton E. Digital Tools to Facilitate the Detection and Treatment of Bipolar Disorder: Key Developments and Future Directions. JMIR Mental Health 2024;11:e58631 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Dahal R, Zimbrean P. Transplant Psychiatry. View