Published on in Vol 4, No 11 (2020): November

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/17359, first published .
A Behavioral Change Smartphone App and Program (ToDo-CR) to Decrease Sedentary Behavior in Cardiac Rehabilitation Participants: Prospective Feasibility Cohort Study

A Behavioral Change Smartphone App and Program (ToDo-CR) to Decrease Sedentary Behavior in Cardiac Rehabilitation Participants: Prospective Feasibility Cohort Study

A Behavioral Change Smartphone App and Program (ToDo-CR) to Decrease Sedentary Behavior in Cardiac Rehabilitation Participants: Prospective Feasibility Cohort Study

Journals

  1. Patterson K, Davey R, Keegan R, Niyonsenga T, Mohanty I, van Berlo S, Freene N. A smartphone app for sedentary behaviour change in cardiac rehabilitation and the effect on hospital admissions: the ToDo-CR randomised controlled trial study protocol. BMJ Open 2020;10(12):e040479 View
  2. Niemiec S, Wagas R, Vigen C, Blanchard J, Barber S, Schoenhals A. Preliminary User Evaluation of a Physical Activity Smartphone App for Older Adults. Health Policy and Technology 2022;11(3):100639 View
  3. Holl F, Kircher J, Swoboda W, Schobel J. Methods Used to Evaluate mHealth Applications for Cardiovascular Disease: A Quasi-Systematic Scoping Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(23):12315 View
  4. Alam S, Zhang M, Harris K, Fletcher L, Reneker J. The Impact of Consumer Wearable Devices on Physical Activity and Adherence to Physical Activity in Patients with Cardiovascular Disease: A Systematic Review of Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses. Telemedicine and e-Health 2023;29(7):986 View
  5. Patterson K, Davey R, Keegan R, Freene N, Bergman P. Smartphone applications for physical activity and sedentary behaviour change in people with cardiovascular disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis. PLOS ONE 2021;16(10):e0258460 View
  6. Patterson K, Davey R, Keegan R, Kunstler B, Woodward A, Freene N. Behaviour change techniques in cardiovascular disease smartphone apps to improve physical activity and sedentary behaviour: Systematic review and meta-regression. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022;19(1) View
  7. Abukhadijah H, Turk-Adawi K, Dewart N, Grace S. Qualitative study measuring the usability of the International Cardiac Rehabilitation Registry. BMJ Open 2022;12(8):e064255 View
  8. Liu H, Zhang H, Qin Y, Li C, Jiao Y. Study on Out-of-Hospital Management Mode of Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome after PCI in Rural Areas. International Heart Journal 2022;63(6):1026 View
  9. Yu T, Xu H, Sui X, Zhang X, Pang Y, Yu T, Lian X, Zeng T, Wu Y, Leng X, Li F. Effectiveness of eHealth Interventions on Moderate-to-Vigorous Intensity Physical Activity Among Patients in Cardiac Rehabilitation: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e42845 View
  10. Kircher J, Swoboda W, Holl F. Examining standardized tools used for the evaluation of mobile health applications for cardiovascular disease. Frontiers in Public Health 2023;11 View
  11. Freene N, McPhail S, Tyack Z, Kunstler B, Niyonsenga T, Keegan R, Gallagher R, Abhayaratna W, Verdicchio C, Davey R. Very brief intervention for physical activity behaviour change in cardiac rehabilitation: protocol for the ‘Measure It!’ effectiveness–implementation hybrid trial. BMJ Open 2023;13(11):e072630 View
  12. Patterson K, Davey R, Keegan R, Niyonsenga T, Mohanty I, Bowen S, Regan E, Lander M, van Berlo S, Freene N. Testing the Effect of a Smartphone App on Hospital Admissions and Sedentary Behavior in Cardiac Rehabilitation Participants: ToDo-CR Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2023;11:e48229 View
  13. Prince S, Dempsey P, Reed J, Rubin L, Saunders T, Ta J, Tomkinson G, Merucci K, Lang J. The Effect of Sedentary Behaviour on Cardiorespiratory Fitness: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Sports Medicine 2024 View
  14. Chew H, Achananuparp P, Dalakoti M, Chew N, Chin Y, Gao Y, So B, Shabbir A, Peng L, Ngiam K. Public acceptance of using artificial intelligence-assisted weight management apps in high-income southeast Asian adults with overweight and obesity: a cross-sectional study. Frontiers in Nutrition 2024;11 View