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Habits Heart App for Patient Engagement in Heart Failure Management: Pilot Feasibility Randomized Trial

Habits Heart App for Patient Engagement in Heart Failure Management: Pilot Feasibility Randomized Trial

improvement in heart failure knowledge and quality of life and may be associated with weight loss rather than gain over time.Compared with a previously published study [8], our control group closely resembled the situation of real-life patients with heart failure; Athilingam

Kevin S Wei, Nasrien E Ibrahim, Ashok A Kumar, Sidhant Jena, Veronica Chew, Michal Depa, Namrata Mayanil, Joseph C Kvedar, Hanna K Gaggin

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2021;9(1):e19465


Supporting Self-Management of Cardiovascular Diseases Through Remote Monitoring Technologies: Metaethnography Review of Frameworks, Models, and Theories Used in Research and Development

Supporting Self-Management of Cardiovascular Diseases Through Remote Monitoring Technologies: Metaethnography Review of Frameworks, Models, and Theories Used in Research and Development

Finally, the key insights for building a minimum viable product (eg, value propositions), derived from the business model canvas, were also interpreted as key ingredients to enable the desired adoption during implementation of the technology (Athilingam et

Roberto Rafael Cruz-Martínez, Jobke Wentzel, Rikke Aune Asbjørnsen, Peter Daniel Noort, Johan Magnus van Niekerk, Robbert Sanderman, Julia EWC van Gemert-Pijnen

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(5):e16157


Self-Management Education Through mHealth: Review of Strategies and Structures

Self-Management Education Through mHealth: Review of Strategies and Structures

Athilingam et al [36] used a number of theories, including Mayers’ cognitive theory of multimedia learning, Swellers’ cognitive load theory, industrial design approach utilizing a pedagogical agent and problem-based learning, for designing smartphone apps for

Nazli Bashi, Farhad Fatehi, Mina Fallah, Darren Walters, Mohanraj Karunanithi

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(10):e10771


Using Patient and Family Engagement Strategies to Improve Outcomes of Health Information Technology Initiatives: Scoping Review

Using Patient and Family Engagement Strategies to Improve Outcomes of Health Information Technology Initiatives: Scoping Review

A study by Athilingam et al engaged patients on the design, potential features, and the ease of use of a mobile health app to improve self-care in heart failure [31].

Kevin Leung, Drew Lu-McLean, Craig Kuziemsky, Richard G Booth, Sarah Collins Rossetti, Elizabeth Borycki, Gillian Strudwick

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(10):e14683


Barriers to and Facilitators of Technology in Cardiac Rehabilitation and Self-Management: Systematic Qualitative Grounded Theory Review

Barriers to and Facilitators of Technology in Cardiac Rehabilitation and Self-Management: Systematic Qualitative Grounded Theory Review

A systematic review of mobile phone apps to support self-care following heart failure by Athilingam and Jenkins [10] demonstrated positive trends and cost-effectiveness, enabling increased access to symptom monitoring and promoting patient engagement in their

Shreya Tadas, David Coyle

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(11):e18025