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Implementing mHealth Interventions in a Resource-Constrained Setting: Case Study From Uganda

Implementing mHealth Interventions in a Resource-Constrained Setting: Case Study From Uganda

We used the CFIR to describe the process of implementing a complex mHealth intervention for tuberculosis (TB) case finding in Kampala, Uganda, in the context of a randomized controlled trial that showed no effect on the primary outcome.

Amanda J Meyer, Mari Armstrong-Hough, Diana Babirye, David Mark, Patricia Turimumahoro, Irene Ayakaka, Jessica E Haberer, Achilles Katamba, J Lucian Davis

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(7):e19552


Positive Clinical Outcomes Are Synergistic With Positive Educational Outcomes When Using Telehealth Consulting in General Practice: A Mixed-Methods Study

Positive Clinical Outcomes Are Synergistic With Positive Educational Outcomes When Using Telehealth Consulting in General Practice: A Mixed-Methods Study

New England, University of Newcastle, Deakin University, and University of Notre Dame, Sydney) and 2 vocational training organizations (Coast City Country General Practice Training and GP Synergy).The trial closely followed the protocol developed for this complex

Patricia Knight, Andrew Bonney, Grigorijs Teuss, Michelle Guppy, Danielle Lafferre, Judy Mullan, Stephen Barnett

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(2):e31


Using Exploratory Trials to Identify Relevant Contexts and Mechanisms in Complex Electronic Health Interventions: Evaluating the Electronic Patient-Reported Outcome Tool

Using Exploratory Trials to Identify Relevant Contexts and Mechanisms in Complex Electronic Health Interventions: Evaluating the Electronic Patient-Reported Outcome Tool

Although it is difficult to draw the line between simple and complex, complex interventions tend to include multiple interacting components that might occur across multiple individuals, teams, or organizations.

Carolyn Steele Gray, Janelle Gravesande, Parminder Kaur Hans, Jason X Nie, Sarah Sharpe, Mayura Loganathan, Renee Lyons, Cheryl Cott

JMIR Form Res 2019;3(1):e11950


Exploring User Learnability and Learning Performance in an App for Depression: Usability Study

Exploring User Learnability and Learning Performance in an App for Depression: Usability Study

Apps intended for instruction are skills-based, such that they enable the practice of specific intervention skills in a user’s own daily environment (ie, practicing a skill on a mobile device during daily life).One such skills-based app is Thought Challenger

Colleen Stiles-Shields, Enid Montague, Emily G Lattie, Stephen M Schueller, Mary J Kwasny, David C Mohr

JMIR Hum Factors 2017;4(3):e18


Accurately Inferring Compliance to Five Major Food Guidelines Through Simplified Surveys: Applying Data Mining to the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey

Accurately Inferring Compliance to Five Major Food Guidelines Through Simplified Surveys: Applying Data Mining to the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey

performance of the model across class outcomes, whereas recall and specificity are performances for one outcome in particular.Highlighting recall and sensitivity is useful when the costs of making mistakes may be different: in health studies, giving someone an intervention

Nicholas Rosso, Philippe Giabbanelli

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2018;4(2):e56