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YTH StreetConnect: Development and Usability of a Mobile App for Homeless and Unstably Housed Youth

YTH StreetConnect: Development and Usability of a Mobile App for Homeless and Unstably Housed Youth

Research suggests that linking care with H/UH youth services would improve continuity of care [4].Nearly half of H/UH youth have no regular source of care [5], for reasons including fear of legal intervention, transportation problems, and disrespectful providers

Bhupendra Sheoran, Cara Lynn Silva, James Elliot Lykens, Londiwe Gamedze, Samantha Williams, Jessie VanNess Ford, Melissa A Habel

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(3):e82

Munchausen by Internet: Current Research and Future Directions

Munchausen by Internet: Current Research and Future Directions

In another case, after being diagnosed with a chronic illness, Helen sought to better understand her rare condition by turning to Internet resources for more information [27].

Andy Pulman, Jacqui Taylor

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(4):e115

Using the Internet to Promote Health Behavior Change: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of the Impact of Theoretical Basis, Use of Behavior Change Techniques, and Mode of Delivery on Efficacy

Using the Internet to Promote Health Behavior Change: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of the Impact of Theoretical Basis, Use of Behavior Change Techniques, and Mode of Delivery on Efficacy

With this in mind, the present review used the taxonomy of behavior change techniques developed by Abraham and Michie [13] to code the content of the interventions.Mode of DeliveryThe interventions in the present review were delivered via the Internet.

Thomas Webb, Judith Joseph, Lucy Yardley, Susan Michie

J Med Internet Res 2010;12(1):e4

Experiences of African American Breast Cancer Survivors Using Digital Scales and Activity Trackers in a Weight Gain Prevention Intervention: Qualitative Study

Experiences of African American Breast Cancer Survivors Using Digital Scales and Activity Trackers in a Weight Gain Prevention Intervention: Qualitative Study

Helen, age 54 (1 year since diagnosis), who weighed 5 days/week on average, was very conscious of her weight and described feeling nervous about daily self-weighing when she expected her weight to be up:Sometimes I dreaded getting on the scale, it’s like, “

Julianne M Power, Deborah F Tate, Carmina G Valle

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(6):e16059

Pilot Study of a Multilevel Mobile Health App for Substance Use, Sexual Risk Behaviors, and Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV Among Youth: Randomized Controlled Trial

Pilot Study of a Multilevel Mobile Health App for Substance Use, Sexual Risk Behaviors, and Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV Among Youth: Randomized Controlled Trial

We report the observed effect sizes for the outcome change difference scores by group using Cohen d for continuous outcomes and Cohen h for binary outcomes, which measure the difference between 2 proportions (h=2arcsin × (sqrt P1) − 2arcsin × (sqrt P2), where

David Cordova, Jaime Munoz-Velazquez, Frania Mendoza Lua, Kathryn Fessler, Sydni Warner, Jorge Delva, Nicole Adelman, Youth Leadership Council, Angela Fernandez, Jose Bauermeister

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(3):e16251

Apps Seeking Theories: Results of a Study on the Use of Health Behavior Change Theories in Cancer Survivorship Mobile Apps

Apps Seeking Theories: Results of a Study on the Use of Health Behavior Change Theories in Cancer Survivorship Mobile Apps

on mHealth cancer apps has systematically assessed the extent to which cancer survivorship apps, as health behavioral interventions, are theory-based.Study AimsA sophisticated taxonomy of health behavior theories and behavior change frameworks developed by Abraham

Deborah Vollmer Dahlke, Kayla Fair, Y Alicia Hong, Christopher E Beaudoin, Jairus Pulczinski, Marcia G Ory

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(1):e31

Two h-Index Benchmarks for Evaluating the Publication Performance of Medical Informatics Researchers

Two h-Index Benchmarks for Evaluating the Publication Performance of Medical Informatics Researchers

This was first proposed and defined by Hirsch in 2005 as follows: “A scientist has an index h if h of his or her N p papers have at least h citations each and the other (N p – h) papers have ≤h citations each” [27].

Khaled El Emam, Luk Arbuckle, Elizabeth Jonker, Kevin Anderson

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(5):e144

Social Comparison Features in Physical Activity Promotion Apps: Scoping Meta-Review

Social Comparison Features in Physical Activity Promotion Apps: Scoping Meta-Review

people as supports.”Not mentionedNot mentionedBreton et al (2011) [38]Not mentionedNot mentionedNot mentionedNot mentionedNot mentionedConroy et al (2014) [29]Michie et al (2011) [54]25 (15.0)dNot mentionedNot mentionedNot mentionedDireito et al (2014) [39]Abraham

Danielle Arigo, Megan M Brown, Kristen Pasko, Jerry Suls

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(3):e15642