Web-Based and Mobile Stress Management Intervention for Employees: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Publication Date: 
Jan 28, 2016

BACKGROUND: Work-related stress is highly prevalent among employees and is associated with adverse mental health consequences. Web-based interventions offer the opportunity to deliver effective solutions on a large scale; however, the evidence is limited and the results conflicting.

Comparative and cost effectiveness of telemedicine versus telephone counseling for smoking cessation.

Publication Date: 
May 09, 2015

BACKGROUND: In rural America, cigarette smoking is prevalent and health care providers lack the time and resources to help smokers quit. Telephone quitlines are important avenues for cessation services in rural areas, but they are poorly integrated with local health care resources.

mHealth Technology as a Persuasive Tool for Treatment, Care and Management of Persons Living with HIV.

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Jul 09, 2015

Mobile health (mHealth) technology can be a valuable tool in the management of chronic illnesses, including HIV. Qualitative research methods were used to identify the desired content and features of a mobile app for meeting and improving the healthcare needs of persons living with HIV (PLWH).

Extended telephone-based continuing care for alcohol dependence: 24-month outcomes and subgroup analyses.

Publication Date: 
Sep 15, 2011

AIMS: To determine whether 18 months of telephone continuing care improves 24-month outcomes for patients with alcohol dependence. Subgroup analyses were performed to identify patients who would benefit most from continuing care.

Improvements in illness self-management and psychological distress associated with telemonitoring support for adults with diabetes.

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Mar 11, 2015

OBJECTIVE: The objective of this observational open label trial was to characterize changes in diabetes self-management and psychological distress associated with a mobile health (mHealth) interactive voice response (IVR) self-management support program.