Published on in Vol 6, No 4 (2017): April

Using Mobile Phones to Collect Patient Data: Lessons Learned From the SIMPle Study

Using Mobile Phones to Collect Patient Data: Lessons Learned From the SIMPle Study

Using Mobile Phones to Collect Patient Data: Lessons Learned From the SIMPle Study

Journals

  1. Small A, Thorogood S, Shah O, Healy K. Emerging Mobile Platforms to Aid in Stone Management. Urologic Clinics of North America 2019;46(2):287 View
  2. Lin F, Wang C, Shang R, Hsiao F, Lin M, Hung K, Wang J, Lin Z, Lai F, Shen L, Huang C. Identifying Unmet Treatment Needs for Patients With Osteoporotic Fracture: Feasibility Study for an Electronic Clinical Surveillance System. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(4):e142 View
  3. Biggers A, Henkins J, Barton I, Hubbard C, Perez R, Sharp L, Gerber B. Feasibility of text message sleep assessment in African American and Latino patients with type 2 diabetes. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 2021;17(1):69 View
  4. Taylor S, Meyer J, Munoz-Abraham A, Chatoorgoon K. Standardized text messages improve 30-day patient follow-up for ACS pediatric NSQIP cases. Pediatric Surgery International 2019;35(4):523 View
  5. Vellinga A, Farrell K, Fallon R, Hare D, Sutton-Fitzpatrick U, Cormican M. Presentation, treatment and natural course of severe symptoms of urinary tract infections measured by a smartphone app, a feasibility study. (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020 View
  6. Shikako-Thomas K, Mogo E, Grand-Maison V, Simpson R, Pritchard-Wiart L, Majnemer A. Designing user-centred mHealth initiatives to promote healthy behaviours for children with disabilities: A feasibility/pilot study of the Jooay App (Preprint). JMIR Formative Research 2020 View