Car, Josip

Clinical relevance of smartphone apps for diabetes management: A global overview.

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Jan 01, 0000

AIMS: We assessed the number, proportion and clinical relevance of diabetes self-management apps in major languages spoken by ten countries with the greatest number of people with diabetes.

Current status of postnatal depression smartphone applications available on application stores: an information quality analysis.

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Nov 15, 2017

OBJECTIVES: It is the aim of the current research to identify some common functionalities of postnatal application, and to determine the quality of the information content of postnatal depression application using validated scales that have been applied for applications in other specialties.

eHealth in the future of medications management: personalisation, monitoring and adherence.

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Apr 05, 2017

BACKGROUND: Globally, healthcare systems face major challenges with medicines management and medication adherence. Medication adherence determines medication effectiveness and can be the single most effective intervention for improving health outcomes.

Prevalence of mobile phones and factors influencing usage by caregivers of young children in daily life and for health care in rural China: a mixed methods study.

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Mar 20, 2015

INTRODUCTION: To capitalise on mHealth, we need to understand the use of mobile phones both in daily life and for health care.

OBJECTIVE: To assess the prevalence and factors that influence usage of mobile phones by caregivers of young children.

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Managing immune diseases in the smartphone era: how have apps impacted disease management and their future?

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Mar 17, 2015

Immunology, similar to other areas of clinical science, is a data-rich discipline that involves a great deal of interaction between healthcare professionals and their patients.

mHealth adoption in low-resource environments: a review of the use of mobile healthcare in developing countries.

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Feb 11, 2015

The acknowledged potential of using mobile phones for improving healthcare in low-resource environments of developing countries has yet to translate into significant mHealth policy investment.

mHealth Series: mHealth project in Zhao County, rural China - Description of objectives, field site and methods.

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Dec 23, 2013

BACKGROUND: We set up a collaboration between researchers in China and the UK that aimed to explore the use of mHealth in China. This is the first paper in a series of papers on a large mHealth project part of this collaboration.

mHealth Series: Measuring maternal newborn and child health coverage by text messaging - a county-level model for China.

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Dec 23, 2013

BACKGROUND: Effective interventions in maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH), if achieving high level of population coverage, could prevent most of deaths in children under five years of age.

mHealth Series: Text messaging data collection of infant and young child feeding practice in rural China - a feasibility study.

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Dec 23, 2013

BACKGROUND: Face-to-face interviews by trained field workers are commonly used in household surveys. However, this data collection method is labor-intensive, time-consuming, expensive, prone to interviewer and recall bias and not easily scalable to increase sample representativeness.

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