The Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care : JANAC

A Mobile Phone HIV Medication Adherence Intervention: Acceptability and Feasibility Study.

Publication Date: 
Aug 07, 2016

We present the findings of a qualitative pilot study designed to describe the experience of HIV medication adherence using a mobile phone application. Nine semi-structured focus group discussions were conducted over a 3-month period at an AIDS Services Organization in Central Texas.

Preliminary Findings Describing Participant Experience With iSTEP, an mHealth Intervention to Increase Physical Activity and Improve Neurocognitive Function in People Living With HIV.

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Publication Date: 
Jun 11, 2016

We assessed the feasibility and acceptability of using text messages to monitor and encourage physical activity in the first 21 participants enrolled in an ongoing randomized controlled trial evaluating a 16-week Short Message Service/Multimedia Message Service (SMS/MMS) intervention (iSTEP) desi

Novel interventions for HIV self-management in African American women: a systematic review of mHealth interventions.

Publication Date: 
Feb 10, 2015

The purpose of this systematic review was to assess the quality of interventions using mobile health (mHealth) technology being developed for and trialed with HIV-infected African American (AA) women.

Text-messaging-enhanced HIV intervention for African American adolescents: a feasibility study.

Publication Date: 
Apr 15, 2013

We examined the feasibility and acceptability of an HIV prevention intervention for African American adolescents delivered via mobile cell phones and looked at intervention-related changes in beliefs and sexual behaviors.

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