Published on in Vol 3, No 1 (2020): Jan-Jun

A Smartphone App for Self-Management of Heart Failure in Older African Americans:  Feasibility and Usability Study

A Smartphone App for Self-Management of Heart Failure in Older African Americans: Feasibility and Usability Study

A Smartphone App for Self-Management of Heart Failure in Older African Americans: Feasibility and Usability Study

Journals

  1. Mazzella Ebstein A, Barton‐Burke M, Anthony V, Smith A, Zhang Z, Robson M. Oral self‐management of palbociclib (Ibrance®) using mobile technology protocol. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2021;77(3):1556 View
  2. Wei K, Ibrahim N, Kumar A, Jena S, Chew V, Depa M, Mayanil N, Kvedar J, Gaggin H. Habits Heart App for Patient Engagement in Heart Failure Management: Pilot Feasibility Randomized Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(1):e19465 View
  3. Apergi L, Bjarnadottir M, Baras J, Golden B, Anderson K, Chou J, Shara N. Voice Interface Technology Adoption by Patients With Heart Failure: Pilot Comparison Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(4):e24646 View
  4. Milligan H, Iribarren S, Chirico C, Telles H, Schnall R. Insights from participant engagement with the tuberculosis treatment support tools intervention: Thematic analysis of interactive messages to guide refinement to better meet end user needs. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2021;149:104421 View
  5. Kim J, Choi W, Song J, Yoon Y, Kim M, Sohn J. The role of smart monitoring digital health care system based on smartphone application and personal health record platform for patients diagnosed with coronavirus disease 2019. BMC Infectious Diseases 2021;21(1) View
  6. Donevant S, Heiney S, Wineglass C, Schooley B, Singh A, Sheng J. Exploring the Perceptions of African American Breast Cancer Survivors on Endocrine Therapy: A Mixed Methods Study (Preprint). JMIR Formative Research 2020 View