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Adolescents’ Perspectives on a Mobile App for Relationships: Cross-Sectional Survey

Adolescents’ Perspectives on a Mobile App for Relationships: Cross-Sectional Survey

asked to provide reasons why or why not, which were to be analyzed qualitatively.Acceptability of App Content The survey included 4 nonstandardized character vignettes that each described relationship issues experienced by 4 young people named Abigail, Jasper, Emily

Bridianne O'Dea, Melinda Rose Achilles, Aliza Werner-Seidler, Philip J Batterham, Alison L Calear, Yael Perry, Fiona Shand, Helen Christensen

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(3):e56


Metadata Correction: A Virtual Counseling Application Using Artificial Intelligence for Communication Skills Training in Nursing Education: Development Study

Metadata Correction: A Virtual Counseling Application Using Artificial Intelligence for Communication Skills Training in Nursing Education: Development Study

In “A Virtual Counseling Application Using Artificial Intelligence for Communication Skills Training in Nursing Education: Development Study” by Shorey et al (J Med Internet Res 2019;21(10):e14658), the affiliation of authors Shefaly Shorey and Emily Ang has

Shefaly Shorey, Emily Ang, John Yap, Esperanza Debby Ng, Siew Tiang Lau, Chee Kong Chui

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(11):e17064


CONSORT-EHEALTH: Improving and Standardizing Evaluation Reports of Web-based and Mobile Health Interventions

CONSORT-EHEALTH: Improving and Standardizing Evaluation Reports of Web-based and Mobile Health Interventions

Without funding, our initial plan to use a 3-phase process of premeeting item generation, a meeting with invited stakeholders, and postmeeting consolidation, had to be modified, with only a very short face-to-face workshop in the context of a scientific meeting

Gunther Eysenbach, CONSORT-EHEALTH Group

J Med Internet Res 2011;13(4):e126


Metadata Correction: Direct Adherence Measurement Using an Ingestible Sensor Compared With Self-Reporting in High-Risk Cardiovascular Disease Patients Who Knew They Were Being Measured: Prospective Intervention

Metadata Correction: Direct Adherence Measurement Using an Ingestible Sensor Compared With Self-Reporting in High-Risk Cardiovascular Disease Patients Who Knew They Were Being Measured: Prospective Intervention

In the paper by David Thompson et al, “Direct Adherence Measurement Using an Ingestible Sensor Compared With Self-Reporting in High-Risk Cardiovascular Disease Patients Who Knew They Were Being Measured: A Prospective Intervention” (JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017

David Thompson, Teresa Mackay, Maria Matthews, Judith Edwards, Nicholas S Peters, Susan B Connolly

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(4):e13


Development of Smartphone Applications for Nutrition and Physical Activity Behavior Change

Development of Smartphone Applications for Nutrition and Physical Activity Behavior Change

Native apps run locally on a smartphone’s operating system in a way that is analogous to programs running on a desktop computer.

Lana Hebden, Amelia Cook, Hidde P. van der Ploeg, Margaret Allman-Farinelli

JMIR Res Protoc 2012;1(2):e9


Workshop on Emerging Technology and Data Analytics for Behavioral Health

Workshop on Emerging Technology and Data Analytics for Behavioral Health

In a related project, Halter’s group is developing a wristband to measure electro-dermal activity which, in combination with the Amulet and a chest-strap heart-rate monitor, they use to measure stress in free-living conditions.

David Kotz, Sarah E Lord, A James O'Malley, Luke Stark, Lisa A. Marsch

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(6):e158