Research

The landscape of research on smartphone medical apps: Coherent taxonomy, motivations, open challenges and recommendations.

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Nov 16, 2015

OBJECTIVE: To survey researchers' efforts in response to the new and disruptive technology of smartphone medical apps, mapping the research landscape form the literature into a coherent taxonomy, and finding out basic characteristics of this emerging field represented on: motivation of using

A study of mobile phone use among patients with noncommunicable diseases in La Paz, Bolivia: implications for mHealth research and development.

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Jul 04, 2015

BACKGROUND: While global momentum supporting mobile health (mHealth) research and development is increasing, it is imperative to assess the potential fit of mHealth programs in local settings.

A grid-enabled lightweight computational steering client: a .NET PDA implementation.

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Aug 15, 2005

The grid has been developed to support large-scale computer simulations in a diverse range of scientific and engineering fields. Consequently, the increasing availability of powerful distributed computing resources is changing how scientists undertake large-scale modelling/simulation.

Research into telecommunications options for people with physical disabilities.

Publication Date: 
Aug 30, 2007

People with a disability do not have equitable access to the modern telecommunication medium. Many experience difficulty typing, handling the phone, dialing, or answering calls.

Use of the location-based social networking application GRINDR as a recruitment tool in rectal microbicide development research.

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Sep 26, 2012

Mobile phone social networking applications such as GRINDR are potential tools for recruitment of men who have sex with men (MSM) for HIV prevention research. Demographics and sexual risk behaviors of men recruited through GRINDR and through traditional media were compared.

Low prior + frightening implications = inflammatory epidemiology?

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Jun 18, 2008

It is often difficult for the media and the public to appreciate the role of flawed but contributory epidemiologic research.

Using Adobe Flash Lite on mobile phones for psychological research: Reaction time measurement reliability and interdevice variability.

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Nov 12, 2008

Mobile telephones have significant potential for use in psychological research, possessing unique characteristics-not least their ubiquity--that may make them useful tools for psychologists.

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