Bull, Sheana

Using Mobile Health to Promote Early Language Development: A Narrative Review.

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Jan 01, 0000

In this narrative review, we will present a brief overview of known disparities in children's language development based on socioeconomic status (SES) and efforts in the primary care setting to promote children's language development.

Using Digital Technologies in Clinical HIV Research: Real-World Applications and Considerations for Future Work.

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Aug 01, 2017

BACKGROUND: Digital technologies, especially if used in novel ways, provide a number of potential advantages to clinical research in trials related to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) and may greatly facilitate operations as well as data collection

The Development and Acceptability of a Mobile Application for Tracking Symptoms of Heart Failure Among Older Adults.

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Jul 11, 2017

PURPOSE: Heart failure (HF) is common in older adults. With increases in technology use among older adults, mobile applications may provide a solution for older adults to self-manage symptoms of HF.

SMS text message reminders to improve infant vaccination coverage in Guatemala: A pilot randomized controlled trial.

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Apr 26, 2016

BACKGROUND: Patient reminder systems are an evidence-based way to improve childhood vaccination rates but are difficult to implement in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).

Health Worker mHealth Utilization: A Systematic Review.

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May 07, 2016

This systematic review describes mHealth interventions directed at healthcare workers in low-resource settings from the PubMed database from March 2009 to May 2015. Thirty-one articles were selected for final review.

A systematic review of recent smartphone, Internet and Web 2.0 interventions to address the HIV continuum of care.

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Mar 23, 2015

eHealth, mHealth and "Web 2.0" social media strategies can effectively reach and engage key populations in HIV prevention across the testing, treatment, and care continuum.

A pilot programme using mobile phones for HIV prevention.

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Apr 04, 2011

We explored the feasibility of engaging young black men in a 12-week text messaging programme about HIV prevention. There were two non-randomized groups of 30 young men each.

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