Published on in Vol 3, No 4 (2018): Oct-Dec

Improved Diabetes Care Management Through a Text-Message Intervention for Low-Income Patients: Mixed-Methods Pilot Study

Improved Diabetes Care Management Through a Text-Message Intervention for Low-Income Patients: Mixed-Methods Pilot Study

Improved Diabetes Care Management Through a Text-Message Intervention for Low-Income Patients: Mixed-Methods Pilot Study

Journals

  1. Sahin C, Courtney K, Naylor P, Rhodes R. Patients’ Evaluations of Mobile Text Messaging Studies for Type 2 Diabetes Management: A Systematic Review and a Meta-Synthesis. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2021;6(1):54 View
  2. Jackson L, Carpenter D, Postlethwaite D, Castro L, Kim E, Herrera R. Evaluating the Impact of Mobile Phone Technology on Health Outcomes for Latinos with Type 2 Diabetes. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities 2021;8(2):532 View
  3. King A, Campero I, Sheats J, Castro Sweet C, Espinosa P, Garcia D, Hauser M, Done M, Patel M, Parikh N, Corral C, Ahn D. Testing the effectiveness of physical activity advice delivered via text messaging vs. human phone advisors in a Latino population: The On The Move randomized controlled trial design and methods. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2020;95:106084 View
  4. Whittemore R, Siverly L, Wischik D, Whitehouse C. An Umbrella Review of Text Message Programs for Adults With Type 2 Diabetes. The Diabetes Educator 2020;46(6):514 View
  5. Nelson L, Williamson S, Nigg A, Martinez W. Implementation of Technology-Delivered Diabetes Self-care Interventions in Clinical Care: a Narrative Review. Current Diabetes Reports 2020;20(12) View