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Development of a Healthy Lifestyle Mobile App for Overweight Pregnant Women: Qualitative Study

Development of a Healthy Lifestyle Mobile App for Overweight Pregnant Women: Qualitative Study

Mobile apps create new opportunities to set behavioral goals, provide healthy lifestyle counseling, and facilitate self-monitoring of pregnant women’s goal-directed behavior [12]. Apps have become increasingly relevant to health care.

Ying Lau, Ling Jie Cheng, Claudia Chi, Cammy Tsai, Kai Wen Ong, Sarah Su Tin Ho-Lim, Wei Wang, Kian-Lee Tan

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(4):e91


Expert Involvement and Adherence to Medical Evidence in Medical Mobile Phone Apps: A Systematic Review

Expert Involvement and Adherence to Medical Evidence in Medical Mobile Phone Apps: A Systematic Review

Mobile apps are frequently used in daily clinical practice and enable immediate on-the-go access to key clinical information that supports clinical decision making [2-5].

Yousif Subhi, Sarah Hjartbro Bube, Signe Rolskov Bojsen, Ann Sofia Skou Thomsen, Lars Konge

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(3):e79


Exploring the Use of Multiple Mental Health Apps Within a Platform: Secondary Analysis of the IntelliCare Field Trial

Exploring the Use of Multiple Mental Health Apps Within a Platform: Secondary Analysis of the IntelliCare Field Trial

More recently, mobile apps have been developed and evaluated for the treatment of depression [9,10]. Mobile apps have a number of advantages.

Mary J Kwasny, Stephen M Schueller, Emily Lattie, Elizabeth L Gray, David C Mohr

JMIR Ment Health 2019;6(3):e11572


User-Centered Design of a Mobile App for Weight and Health Management in Adolescents With Complex Health Needs: Qualitative Study

User-Centered Design of a Mobile App for Weight and Health Management in Adolescents With Complex Health Needs: Qualitative Study

Mobile apps are being increasingly investigated for their potential to support long-term health management by providing more convenient and sustainable ways to implement health-related behavior change and access health care [18-20].

Jordan Rivera, Amy C McPherson, Jill Hamilton, Catherine Birken, Michael Coons, Michelle Peters, Sindoora Iyer, Tessy George, Cynthia Nguyen, Jennifer Stinson

JMIR Form Res 2018;2(1):e7


Health App Use Among US Mobile Phone Owners: A National Survey

Health App Use Among US Mobile Phone Owners: A National Survey

should have minimal impact on the validity of the data, however, given the sampling and survey management techniques employed.Future Directions Survey data from this study provides critical insight with regard to directions for the development of health-related mobile

Paul Krebs, Dustin T Duncan

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(4):e101