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Women Using Mobile Phones for Health Communication Are More Likely to Use Prenatal and Postnatal Services in Bangladesh: Cross-Sectional Study

Women Using Mobile Phones for Health Communication Are More Likely to Use Prenatal and Postnatal Services in Bangladesh: Cross-Sectional Study

In this study, we aimed to investigate what percentage of women are using mobile phones for health services and whether seeking care through mobile phones has any relationship with their utilization of essential maternal and child health care services namely

Shangfeng Tang, Bishwajit Ghose, Md Rakibul Hoque, Gang Hao, Sanni Yaya

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(2):e10645


Mobile Phone Use in Psychiatry Residents in the United States: Multisite Cross-Sectional Survey Study

Mobile Phone Use in Psychiatry Residents in the United States: Multisite Cross-Sectional Survey Study

However, little is known about how psychiatry residents use mobile technology, particularly mobile phones, in their training. The current data on how medical trainees use mobile devices as a part of their education are limited.

Shih Gipson, John Torous, Robert Boland, Erich Conrad

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(11):e160


Mobile Phone, Computer, and Internet Use Among Older Homeless Adults: Results from the HOPE HOME Cohort Study

Mobile Phone, Computer, and Internet Use Among Older Homeless Adults: Results from the HOPE HOME Cohort Study

Among those with current mobile phone access, 204 owned their phones, 4 borrowed phones for long term, 6 borrowed phones for short term, and 3 could access a mobile phone in an emergency.

Maria C Raven, Lauren M Kaplan, Marina Rosenberg, Lina Tieu, David Guzman, Margot Kushel

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(12):e10049


Formative Evaluation of a Smartphone App for Monitoring Daily Meal Distribution and Food Selection in Adolescents: Acceptability and Usability Study

Formative Evaluation of a Smartphone App for Monitoring Daily Meal Distribution and Food Selection in Adolescents: Acceptability and Usability Study

During the individual meeting, the students received information on system use, went through all the screens and options of the mobile app, and were handed the smartphone and complementary devices, also signaling the initiation of the data collection.

Billy Langlet, Christos Maramis, Christos Diou, Nikolaos Maglaveras, Petter Fagerberg, Rachel Heimeier, Irini Lekka, Anastasios Delopoulos, Ioannis Ioakimidis

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(7):e14778


Methodological Strategies for Ecological Momentary Assessment to Evaluate Mood and Stress in Adult Patients Using Mobile Phones: Systematic Review

Methodological Strategies for Ecological Momentary Assessment to Evaluate Mood and Stress in Adult Patients Using Mobile Phones: Systematic Review

In addition, advanced mobile technology has rendered mobile phones a novel, plausible way to implement EMA methods utilizing mobile technology, which is already available and familiar to many populations [14-16].

Yong Sook Yang, Gi Wook Ryu, Mona Choi

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(4):e11215


Attitudes of Heart Failure Patients and Healthcare Providers towards Mobile Phone-Based Remote Monitoring

Attitudes of Heart Failure Patients and Healthcare Providers towards Mobile Phone-Based Remote Monitoring

Mobile phone-based remote monitoring systems are being proposed because mobile phones have considerable computational power while being relatively inexpensive compared to dedicated remote monitoring hardware [15-17].

Emily Seto, Kevin J. Leonard, Caterina Masino, Joseph A. Cafazzo, Jan Barnsley, Heather J. Ross

J Med Internet Res 2010;12(4):e55


Patterns of Mobile Phone Ownership and Use Among Pregnant Women in Southern Tanzania: Cross-Sectional Survey

Patterns of Mobile Phone Ownership and Use Among Pregnant Women in Southern Tanzania: Cross-Sectional Survey

In addition, several large text messaging programs have been successfully implemented to deliver health information to target populations via mobile phones.

Lavanya Vasudevan, Jan Ostermann, Sara Marwerwe Moses, Esther Ngadaya, Sayoki Godfrey Mfinanga

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(4):e17122