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A Digital Companion, the Emma App, for Ecological Momentary Assessment and Prevention of Suicide: Quantitative Case Series Study

A Digital Companion, the Emma App, for Ecological Momentary Assessment and Prevention of Suicide: Quantitative Case Series Study

Patients are asked to use emma for 6 months. Data collected during the assessments made by clinicians, as well as data and metadata resulting from emma use, are encrypted and stored in a secure server.

Margot Morgiève, Catherine Genty, Jérôme Azé, Jonathan Dubois, Marion Leboyer, Guillaume Vaiva, Sofian Berrouiguet, Philippe Courtet

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(10):e15741


Appropriation of Mobile Health for Diabetes Self-Management: Lessons From Two Qualitative Studies

Appropriation of Mobile Health for Diabetes Self-Management: Lessons From Two Qualitative Studies

Type 1 patients indicated gathering critical information on new technologies such as insulin pumps from corporate websites (Andreas, aged 71 years) or online forums (Emma, aged 45 years).

Constanze Rossmann, Claudia Riesmeyer, Nicola Brew-Sam, Veronika Karnowski, Sven Joeckel, Arul Chib, Rich Ling

JMIR Diabetes 2019;4(1):e10271


Calibrating Wrist-Worn Accelerometers for Physical Activity Assessment in Preschoolers: Machine Learning Approaches

Calibrating Wrist-Worn Accelerometers for Physical Activity Assessment in Preschoolers: Machine Learning Approaches

Fairclough et al [10] found that wrist-worn accelerometers had at least 10% higher compliance rate than hip-worn ones, regardless of the data processing criteria in school-age children.

Shiyu Li, Jeffrey T Howard, Erica T Sosa, Alberto Cordova, Deborah Parra-Medina, Zenong Yin

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(8):e16727


Implications for Training on Smartphone Medication Reminder App Use by Adults With Chronic Conditions: Pilot Study Applying the Technology Acceptance Model

Implications for Training on Smartphone Medication Reminder App Use by Adults With Chronic Conditions: Pilot Study Applying the Technology Acceptance Model

Nontraining group participant Emma said:You can’t sit here in 10,15 minutes and understand what’s going on with that app.Michael agreed:I think I’d need more than 20 minutes to really get a feel for it.Olivia observed:I had a little trouble navigating...one

Daniel Y Park, Elizabeth M Goering, Katharine J Head, Rebecca J Bartlett Ellis

JMIR Form Res 2017;1(1):e5


User Involvement in Developing the MYPLAN Mobile Phone Safety Plan App for People in Suicidal Crisis: Case Study

User Involvement in Developing the MYPLAN Mobile Phone Safety Plan App for People in Suicidal Crisis: Case Study

Emma: No. That would not be OK for me. Ian [her son] would definitely be too old for that, so I would find that it was intruding on his private space.Jenny: That would send Rachel [her daughter] round the bends; you would be stalking her, right?

Niels Buus, Anette Juel, Hila Haskelberg, Hanne Frandsen, Jette Louise Skovgaard Larsen, Jo River, Kate Andreasson, Merete Nordentoft, Tracey Davenport, Annette Erlangsen

JMIR Ment Health 2019;6(4):e11965