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Establishing and Governing e-Mental Health Care in Australia: A Systematic Review of Challenges and A Call For Policy-Focussed Research.

Publication Date: 
Jan 14, 2016

BACKGROUND: Growing evidence attests to the efficacy of e-mental health services. There is less evidence on how to facilitate the safe, effective, and sustainable implementation of these services.

Mobile phone text message reminders: Measuring preferences of people with antipsychotic medication.

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Oct 01, 2015

UNLABELLED: Mobile technology use, including Short Messaging Service (SMS) text messaging, has increased in health care services. Preferences regarding the type or timing of text messages sent by healthcare providers to people with antipsychotic medication have not yet been fully investigated.

NFC as a Childhood Obesity Treatment Tool.

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Aug 08, 2015

Childhood Obesity is associated with a wide range of serious health complications and constitutes an increased risk of premature syndromes, including diabetes or heart diseases. Its treatment seems to be complicated.

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An Internet-based ecological momentary assessment study relying on participants' own mobile phones: insights from a study with young adult smokers.

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Dec 04, 2014

BACKGROUND: In this paper we describe a novel Internet-based cell phone-optimized assessment technique (ICAT) to conduct an ecological momentary assessment (EMA) study. Participants could access the assessment instrument via the web browsers of their mobile phones.

TXT@WORK: pediatric hospitalists and text messaging.

Publication Date: 
Jun 28, 2014

BACKGROUND: Many studies assess provider-patient communication through text messaging; however, minimal research has addressed communication among physicians. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the use of text messaging by pediatric hospitalists.

Total body fat percentage and body mass index and the association with lower extremity injuries in children: a 2.5-year longitudinal study.

Publication Date: 
Sep 26, 2014

BACKGROUND: Overweight youths are generally recognised as being at increased risk of sustaining lower extremity injuries in sports. However, previous studies are inconclusive and choices for measuring overweight are manifold.