Published on in Vol 5, No 1 (2016): Jan-Mar

A Web- and Mobile-Based Intervention for Women Treated for Breast Cancer to Manage Chronic Pain and Symptoms Related to Lymphedema: Randomized Clinical Trial Rationale and Protocol

A Web- and Mobile-Based Intervention for Women Treated for Breast Cancer to Manage Chronic Pain and Symptoms Related to Lymphedema: Randomized Clinical Trial Rationale and Protocol

A Web- and Mobile-Based Intervention for Women Treated for Breast Cancer to Manage Chronic Pain and Symptoms Related to Lymphedema: Randomized Clinical Trial Rationale and Protocol

Journals

  1. Nielsen A, Welch W, Gavin K, Cottrell A, Solk P, Torre E, Blanch-Hartigan D, Phillips S. Preferences for mHealth physical activity interventions during chemotherapy for breast cancer: a qualitative evaluation. Supportive Care in Cancer 2020;28(4):1919 View
  2. Roberts A, Potts H, Koutoukidis D, Smith L, Fisher A. Breast, Prostate, and Colorectal Cancer Survivors’ Experiences of Using Publicly Available Physical Activity Mobile Apps: Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(1):e10918 View
  3. Vo V, Auroy L, Sarradon-Eck A. Patients’ Perceptions of mHealth Apps: Meta-Ethnographic Review of Qualitative Studies. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(7):e13817 View
  4. van Haasteren A, Gille F, Fadda M, Vayena E. Development of the mHealth App Trustworthiness checklist. DIGITAL HEALTH 2019;5:205520761988646 View
  5. Dunn E, Gainforth H, Robertson-Wilson J. Behavior change techniques in mobile applications for sedentary behavior. DIGITAL HEALTH 2018;4:205520761878579 View
  6. Phillips S, Conroy D, Keadle S, Pellegrini C, Lloyd G, Penedo F, Spring B. Breast cancer survivors’ preferences for technology-supported exercise interventions. Supportive Care in Cancer 2017;25(10):3243 View
  7. Short C, James E, Rebar A, Duncan M, Courneya K, Plotnikoff R, Crutzen R, Bidargaddi N, Vandelanotte C. Designing more engaging computer-tailored physical activity behaviour change interventions for breast cancer survivors: lessons from the iMove More for Life study. Supportive Care in Cancer 2017;25(11):3569 View
  8. Short C, Finlay A, Sanders I, Maher C. Development and pilot evaluation of a clinic-based mHealth app referral service to support adult cancer survivors increase their participation in physical activity using publicly available mobile apps. BMC Health Services Research 2018;18(1) View
  9. Ormel H, van der Schoot G, Westerink N, Sluiter W, Gietema J, Walenkamp A. Self-monitoring physical activity with a smartphone application in cancer patients: a randomized feasibility study (SMART-trial). Supportive Care in Cancer 2018;26(11):3915 View
  10. Dorri S, Asadi F, Olfatbakhsh A, Kazemi A. A Systematic Review of Electronic Health (eHealth) interventions to improve physical activity in patients with breast cancer. Breast Cancer 2020;27(1):25 View
  11. Catt S, Sheward J, Sheward E, Harder H. Cancer survivors’ experiences of a community-based cancer-specific exercise programme: results of an exploratory survey. Supportive Care in Cancer 2018;26(9):3209 View
  12. Szinay D, Jones A, Chadborn T, Brown J, Naughton F. Influences on the Uptake of and Engagement With Health and Well-Being Smartphone Apps: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(5):e17572 View
  13. Claudel S, Ceasar J, Andrews M, El-Toukhy S, Farmer N, Middleton K, Sabado-Liwag M, Mitchell V, Tamura K, Brooks A, Wallen G, Powell-Wiley T. Time to listen: a mixed-method study examining community-based views of mobile technology for interventions to promote physical activity. BMJ Health & Care Informatics 2020;27(3):e100140 View
  14. Roberts A, Fisher A, Smith L, Heinrich M, Potts H. Digital health behaviour change interventions targeting physical activity and diet in cancer survivors: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Cancer Survivorship 2017;11(6):704 View
  15. Robertson M, Tsai E, Lyons E, Srinivasan S, Swartz M, Baum M, Basen-Engquist K. Mobile Health Physical Activity Intervention Preferences in Cancer Survivors: A Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(1):e3 View
  16. Rossen S, Kayser L, Vibe-Petersen J, Christensen J, Ried-Larsen M. Cancer Survivors’ Receptiveness to Digital Technology–Supported Physical Rehabilitation and the Implications for Design: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e15335 View
  17. Baretta D, Perski O, Steca P. Exploring Users’ Experiences of the Uptake and Adoption of Physical Activity Apps: Longitudinal Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(2):e11636 View
  18. Signorelli G, Lehocki F, Mora Fernández M, O'Neill G, O'Connor D, Brennan L, Monteiro-Guerra F, Rivero-Rodriguez A, Hors-Fraile S, Munoz-Penas J, Bonjorn Dalmau M, Mota J, Oliveira R, Mrinakova B, Putekova S, Muro N, Zambrana F, Garcia-Gomez J. A Research Roadmap: Connected Health as an Enabler of Cancer Patient Support. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(10):e14360 View
  19. Escriva Boulley G, Leroy T, Bernetière C, Paquienseguy F, Desfriches-Doria O, Préau M. Digital health interventions to help living with cancer: A systematic review of participants' engagement and psychosocial effects. Psycho-Oncology 2018;27(12):2677 View
  20. Robinson A, Oksuz U, Slight R, Slight S, Husband A. Digital and Mobile Technologies to Promote Physical Health Behavior Change and Provide Psychological Support for Patients Undergoing Elective Surgery: Meta-Ethnography and Systematic Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(12):e19237 View
  21. Cerbas S, Kelemen A, Liang Y, Sik-Lanyi C, Van de Castle B. A Physical Activity Mobile Game for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Patients: App Design, Development, and Evaluation. JMIRx Med 2021;2(2):e20461 View
  22. Gao X, Huang K, Cui X, Zhou C. WeChat ‐assisted health education improves care ability, reduces care burden and improves quality of life of parents of infants after enterostomy. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2021 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Pinto B, Kindred M, Grimmett C. Exercise Oncology. View