Published on in Vol 1, No 2 (2012): Jul-Dec

A Personalized Automated Messaging System to Improve Adherence to Prostate Cancer Screening: Research Protocol

A Personalized Automated Messaging System to Improve Adherence to Prostate Cancer Screening: Research Protocol

A Personalized Automated Messaging System to Improve Adherence to Prostate Cancer Screening: Research Protocol

Journals

  1. MacLaughlin K, Swanson K, Naessens J, Angstman K, Chaudhry R. Cervical cancer screening: a prospective cohort study of the effects of historical patient compliance and a population‐based informatics prompted reminder on screening rates. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 2014;20(2):136 View
  2. Cooper C, Gelb C, Hawkins N. How many “Get Screened” messages does it take? Evidence from colorectal cancer screening promotion in the United States, 2012. Preventive Medicine 2014;60:27 View
  3. Milward J, Lynskey M, Strang J. Solving the problem of non-attendance in substance abuse services. Drug and Alcohol Review 2014;33(6):625 View
  4. Pham Q, Cafazzo J, Feifer A. Adoption, Acceptability, and Effectiveness of a Mobile Health App for Personalized Prostate Cancer Survivorship Care: Protocol for a Realist Case Study of the Ned App. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(10):e197 View
  5. Zargoush M, Gümüş M, Verter V, Daskalopoulou S. Designing Risk-Adjusted Therapy for Patients with Hypertension. Production and Operations Management 2018;27(12):2291 View
  6. Ayer T, Alagoz O, Stout N, Burnside E. Heterogeneity in Women’s Adherence and Its Role in Optimal Breast Cancer Screening Policies. Management Science 2016;62(5):1339 View
  7. Le D, Aldoory L, Garza M, Fryer C, Sawyer R, Holt C. A Spiritually-Based Text Messaging Program to Increase Cervical Cancer Awareness Among African American Women: Design and Development of the CervixCheck Pilot Study. JMIR Formative Research 2018;2(1):e5 View
  8. Le D, Holt C. CervixCheck: A Spiritually-Based Text Messaging Intervention to Promote Cervical Cancer Awareness and Pap Test Screening Intention among African-American Women. Journal of Health Communication 2018;23(9):842 View