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EpxMedTracking: Feasibility Evaluation of an SMS-Based Medication Adherence Tracking System in Community Practice

EpxMedTracking: Feasibility Evaluation of an SMS-Based Medication Adherence Tracking System in Community Practice

It is estimated that by 2017, 8 billion mobile phones with short message service (SMS) text messaging capability will be in use with especially high prevalence in certain medically vulnerable populations such as minorities and people in developing countries

Christopher Tricarico, Robert Peters, Avik Som, Kavon Javaherian, Will Ross

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(5):e87


Qualitative Evaluation of a Text Messaging Intervention to Support Patients With Active Tuberculosis: Implementation Considerations

Qualitative Evaluation of a Text Messaging Intervention to Support Patients With Active Tuberculosis: Implementation Considerations

The most common type of mHealth intervention reported in the literature is one-way SMS text messaging [10].Although mHealth technology offers promise to aid in management of chronic conditions, there remains insufficient evidence to inform larger-scale implementation

Sarah J Iribarren, Katherine A Sward, Susan L Beck, Patricia F Pearce, Diana Thurston, Cristina Chirico

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(1):e21


Text Messaging to Improve Linkage, Retention, and Health Outcomes Among HIV-Positive Young Transgender Women: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial (Text Me, Girl!)

Text Messaging to Improve Linkage, Retention, and Health Outcomes Among HIV-Positive Young Transgender Women: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial (Text Me, Girl!)

Unlike internet-based social media platforms, text messaging is easily accessible, private, portable, inexpensive, and used daily by nearly all the youth and the young adults in the United States, including the most vulnerable transgender women [30-32].

Cathy J Reback, Jesse B Fletcher, Anne E Fehrenbacher, Kimberly Kisler

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(7):e12837


Development of MyTeen Text Messaging Program to Support Parents of Adolescents: Qualitative Study

Development of MyTeen Text Messaging Program to Support Parents of Adolescents: Qualitative Study

At the beginning of each focus group, participants were given information on the overall aim of the study including the development and trialing of the SMS text messaging program.

Joanna Ting Wai Chu, Angela Wadham, Yannan Jiang, Robyn Whittaker, Karolina Stasiak, Matthew Shepherd, Christopher Bullen

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(11):e15664


Feasibility of a Proactive Text Messaging Intervention for Smokers in Community Health Centers: Pilot Study

Feasibility of a Proactive Text Messaging Intervention for Smokers in Community Health Centers: Pilot Study

Text messaging shows promise as a way to assist smokers to quit by delivering behavioral advice. Prior studies indicate that text messaging interventions for smokers increase tobacco abstinence rates by 36% to 70% [2-13].

Gina Kruse, Jennifer HK Kelley, Karen Chase, Nancy A Rigotti

JMIR Form Res 2018;2(1):e11


Design Considerations in Developing a Text Messaging Program Aimed at Smoking Cessation

Design Considerations in Developing a Text Messaging Program Aimed at Smoking Cessation

A search on the US Department of Health and Human Services’ Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools (RePORT) website [1] using the keyword text messaging reveals over 40 studies currently funded that have a text messaging component.

Michele L Ybarra, Jodi Summers Holtrop, A Tülay Bağci Bosi, Salih Emri

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(4):e103