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SMS Text Messages for Parents for the Prevention of Child Drowning in Bangladesh: Acceptability Study

SMS Text Messages for Parents for the Prevention of Child Drowning in Bangladesh: Acceptability Study

The parents received an SMS text message before the interview.The mobile phone–based SMS text message intervention aimed to improve parents' knowledge, attitudes, and practices in relation to the prevention of child drowning in Bangladesh.

Md Mosharaf Hossain, Kulanthayan Mani, Ruhani Mat Min

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(9):e16958


Mobile Phone Access and Willingness Among Mothers to Receive a Text-Based mHealth Intervention to Improve Prenatal Care in Northwest Ethiopia: Cross-Sectional Study

Mobile Phone Access and Willingness Among Mothers to Receive a Text-Based mHealth Intervention to Improve Prenatal Care in Northwest Ethiopia: Cross-Sectional Study

Respondents who had used mobile phones to send SMS text messages were also more willing to receive SMS text message–based health interventions compared with those who never used the SMS text messaging service before (80.3% vs 67.8%).Respondents who used their

Berhanu Endehabtu, Adane Weldeab, Martin Were, Richard Lester, Abebaw Worku, Binyam Tilahun

JMIR Pediatr Parent 2018;1(2):e9


Integrating Mobile Phones into Medical Abortion Provision: Intervention Development, Use, and Lessons Learned From a Randomized Controlled Trial

Integrating Mobile Phones into Medical Abortion Provision: Intervention Development, Use, and Lessons Learned From a Randomized Controlled Trial

Development of the mobile interventions was done after the NCA.Needs and Context AssessmentThe NCA was designed to learn about the experiences of South African women undergoing medical abortion to inform the content of text messaging (short message service, SMS

Katherine Marianne de Tolly, Deborah Constant

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2014;2(1):e5


Child Maltreatment Disclosure to a Text Messaging–Based Crisis Service: Content Analysis

Child Maltreatment Disclosure to a Text Messaging–Based Crisis Service: Content Analysis

Crisis Text Line (CTL) was among the first to provide a free, 24/7 SMS line for people in crisis in the United States [10].

Laura Schwab-Reese, Nitya Kanuri, Scottye Cash

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(3):e11306


Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluating Mobile Text Messaging to Promote Retention and Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy for People Living With HIV in Burkina Faso

Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluating Mobile Text Messaging to Promote Retention and Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy for People Living With HIV in Burkina Faso

Specifically, the use of text messaging (short message service, SMS) reminders may support PLHIV to take their pills every day, schedule refills of their prescriptions, and assist them through common side-effects.

Natascha Wagner, Denis Ouedraogo, Luis Artavia-Mora, Arjun Bedi, Boundia Alexandre Thiombiano

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(3):e170


Text Message-Based Intervention Targeting Alcohol Consumption Among University Students: Findings From a Formative Development Study

Text Message-Based Intervention Targeting Alcohol Consumption Among University Students: Findings From a Formative Development Study

A review of controlled trials of SMS text message-based interventions showed that eight of nine studies found support for SMS text message-based interventions on behavior change.

Kristin Thomas, Catharina Linderoth, Marcus Bendtsen, Preben Bendtsen, Ulrika Müssener

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(4):e119


A Text Message–Based Intervention Targeting Alcohol Consumption Among University Students: User Satisfaction and Acceptability Study

A Text Message–Based Intervention Targeting Alcohol Consumption Among University Students: User Satisfaction and Acceptability Study

it is important to develop interventions that can reach university students in a way that does not further stretch the resources of the health services.Research has shown that interventions delivered by text messaging, also known as short message service (SMS

Ulrika Müssener, Kristin Thomas, Catharina Linderoth, Matti Leijon, Marcus Bendtsen

JMIR Hum Factors 2018;5(3):e23