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Content Analysis of Smartphone Apps for Smoking Cessation in China: Empirical Study

Content Analysis of Smartphone Apps for Smoking Cessation in China: Empirical Study

A variety of smartphone apps for smoking cessation were released between 2009 and 2016 in China.

Feng Cheng, Junfang Xu, Chunyan Su, Xiaoxing Fu, Jonathan Bricker

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(7):e93

Mixed-Methods Analysis of Factors Impacting Use of a Postoperative mHealth App

Mixed-Methods Analysis of Factors Impacting Use of a Postoperative mHealth App

I could swear I'd done it that day, then noticed the calendar wasn't filled out one day when I did it.”Technical issuesNo specific quotesDiscussionmHealth interventions such as smartphone apps have the potential to revolutionize care coordination and communication

Aaron R Scott, Elizabeth A Alore, Aanand D Naik, David H Berger, James W Suliburk

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(2):e11

A Smartphone App to Assess Alcohol Consumption Behavior: Development, Compliance, and Reactivity

A Smartphone App to Assess Alcohol Consumption Behavior: Development, Compliance, and Reactivity

, sample size, and diversity might therefore be preserved in studies employing apps downloaded to participants’ smartphones.Nonetheless, there are a number of development and methodological concerns pertaining to assessing alcohol consumption behavior via smartphone

Antoinette Poulton, Jason Pan, Loren Richard Bruns Jr, Richard O Sinnott, Robert Hester

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(3):e11157

Health Gain, Cost Impacts, and Cost-Effectiveness of a Mass Media Campaign to Promote Smartphone Apps for Physical Activity: Modeling Study

Health Gain, Cost Impacts, and Cost-Effectiveness of a Mass Media Campaign to Promote Smartphone Apps for Physical Activity: Modeling Study

Strategies to increase physical activity at the population level are needed, and the promotion of smartphone apps for physical activity is one promising avenue for intervention.The rise of physical activity smartphone apps provides an opportunity to deliver

Anja Mizdrak, Kendra Telfer, Artur Direito, Linda J Cobiac, Tony Blakely, Christine L Cleghorn, Nick Wilson

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(6):e18014

Veterans’ Attitudes Toward Smartphone App Use for Mental Health Care: Qualitative Study of Rurality and Age Differences

Veterans’ Attitudes Toward Smartphone App Use for Mental Health Care: Qualitative Study of Rurality and Age Differences

Findings from a small focus group of veterans with PTSD revealed that they were generally less comfortable navigating smartphone apps as opposed to personal computers, the internet, or email.

Samantha L Connolly, Christopher J Miller, Christopher J Koenig, Kara A Zamora, Patricia B Wright, Regina L Stanley, Jeffrey M Pyne

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(8):e10748

Smartphone Apps to Support Self-Management of Hypertension: Review and Content Analysis

Smartphone Apps to Support Self-Management of Hypertension: Review and Content Analysis

The majority of these smartphone apps are aimed at helping people manage and control their hypertension [11,12], but it is currently unclear to what extent the evidence supports their effectiveness.

Tourkiah Alessa, Mark S Hawley, Emma S Hock, Luc de Witte

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(5):e13645

Low-Burden Mobile Monitoring, Intervention, and Real-Time Analysis Using the Wear-IT Framework: Example and Usability Study

Low-Burden Mobile Monitoring, Intervention, and Real-Time Analysis Using the Wear-IT Framework: Example and Usability Study

for measurement and intervention to deliver treatment, derive scientific inferences, and promote individual thriving through lifelong engagement in mHealth apps.MethodsWear-ITThe Wear-IT framework [21] is a combination of web interfaces, cloud tools, and smartphone

Timothy R Brick, James Mundie, Jonathan Weaver, Robert Fraleigh, Zita Oravecz

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(6):e16072