Feasibility Studies

Augmenting psychoeducation with a mobile intervention for bipolar disorder: a randomized controlled trial.

Publication Date: 
Feb 24, 2015

BACKGROUND: Psychosocial interventions for bipolar disorder are frequently unavailable and resource intensive. Mobile technology may improve access to evidence-based interventions and may increase their efficacy.

Surface 12 lead electrocardiogram recordings using smart phone technology.

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Dec 31, 2014

IMPORTANCE: AliveCor ECG is an FDA approved ambulatory cardiac rhythm monitor that records a single channel (lead I) ECG rhythm strip using an iPhone. In the past few years, the use of smartphones and tablets with health related applications has significantly proliferated.

Real-time, contextual intervention using mobile technology to reduce marijuana use among youth: a pilot study.

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Dec 09, 2013

We evaluated the feasibility, acceptability, and potential efficacy of MOMENT, an intervention to reduce youth marijuana use that combines brief motivational enhancement therapy with mobile self-monitoring and responsive messaging.

Medication reminder service for mobile phones: an open feasibility study in patients with Parkinson's disease.

Publication Date: 
Oct 29, 2013

Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder in which drug dosing regimens become increasingly complicated with the progression of the disease. This poses a significant risk of nonadherence to drug dosing and a failure in treatment response.

Endockscope: using mobile technology to create global point of service endoscopy.

Publication Date: 
Sep 05, 2013

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Recent advances and the widespread availability of smartphones have ushered in a new wave of innovations in healthcare. We present our initial experience with Endockscope, a new docking system that optimizes the coupling of the iPhone 4S with modern endoscopes.

Refining a personalized mHealth intervention to promote medication adherence among HIV+ methamphetamine users.

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Oct 07, 2014

Mobile health (mHealth) interventions to promote antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence have shown promise; however, among persons living with HIV who abuse methamphetamine (MA), effective tailoring of content to match the expressed needs of this patient population may be necessary.

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