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Usability Evaluations of Mobile Mental Health Technologies: Systematic Review

Usability Evaluations of Mobile Mental Health Technologies: Systematic Review

et al, 2017 [47]; Rizvi et al, 2016 [48]BurnoutWood et al, 2017 [56]Cognitive impairmentBoman and Bartfai, 2015 [29]; Boyd et al, 2017 [30]; Auger et al, 2014 [24]DementiaMeiland et al, 2012 [41]; van Osch et al, 2015 [64]DepressionCorden et al, 2016 [31]; Deady

Yavuz Inal, Jo Dugstad Wake, Frode Guribye, Tine Nordgreen

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(1):e15337

Consumer Preference of Products for the Prevention and Treatment of Stretch Marks: Systematic Product Search

Consumer Preference of Products for the Prevention and Treatment of Stretch Marks: Systematic Product Search

The searches performed were (1)“stretch mark” in All Departments: Beauty & Personal Care, (2)“stretch mark cream” in All Departments, and (3) “stretch mark” in Beauty & Personal Care: Skin Care: Maternity.

Pengyi Zhu, Andrew Fung, Benjamin K P Woo

JMIR Dermatol 2020;3(1):e18295

Worker Preferences for a Mental Health App Within Male-Dominated Industries: Participatory Study

Worker Preferences for a Mental Health App Within Male-Dominated Industries: Participatory Study

on the right side).In addition to the workshops, a group of 106 workers (different to participants of the workshops) completed a questionnaire intended to collect quantitative information on mobile phone and technology use (results reported in the study by Deady

Dorian Peters, Mark Deady, Nick Glozier, Samuel Harvey, Rafael A Calvo

JMIR Ment Health 2018;5(2):e30

Protocol for the Inroads Study: A Randomized Controlled Trial of an Internet-Delivered, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy–Based Early Intervention to Reduce Anxiety and Hazardous Alcohol Use Among Young People

Protocol for the Inroads Study: A Randomized Controlled Trial of an Internet-Delivered, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy–Based Early Intervention to Reduce Anxiety and Hazardous Alcohol Use Among Young People

procedure that has been validated across a number of countries and among a variety of subpopulations, including young adults, and the self-report computerized version has demonstrated good reliability with test-retest correlations exceeding 0.85 (see review by Deady

Lexine A Stapinski, Katrina Prior, Nicola C Newton, Mark Deady, Erin Kelly, Briana Lees, Maree Teesson, Andrew J Baillie

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(4):e12370