Published on in Vol 5, No 11 (2021): November

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/28951, first published .
Validation of a Mobile Health Technology Platform (FeverTracker) for Malaria Surveillance in India: Development and Usability Study

Validation of a Mobile Health Technology Platform (FeverTracker) for Malaria Surveillance in India: Development and Usability Study

Validation of a Mobile Health Technology Platform (FeverTracker) for Malaria Surveillance in India: Development and Usability Study

Journals

  1. Kumar G, Shankar H. Optimizing the utility of NIMR-MDB vis a vis ICMR COVID-19 data portal in containment of malaria. The Lancet Regional Health - Southeast Asia 2022;5:100044 View
  2. Nitika , Saroha P, Srivastava B, Sharma A. Seasonal Distribution and Trend Analysis of Urban Malaria Prevalence in a Malaria Clinic, South Delhi, India, between 2012 and 2019. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2022;107(5):999 View
  3. Wu N. Governance Quality, Public Health, Education, and Innovation: Study for Novel Implications. Frontiers in Public Health 2022;10 View
  4. Yadav C, Gupta S, Bharti P, Rahi M, Faizi N, Sharma A, Messenger L. India may need an additional metric to assess the endemicity of malaria in low surveillance districts. PLOS Global Public Health 2022;2(11):e0000326 View
  5. Patgiri S, Gohain G, Goswami S, Bhattacharyya D, Debnath S, Panat L, Karajkhede G, Mohapatra P, Sarma D, Bhowmick I, Gogoi K, Biswas S, Debnath J, Acharjee S, Senapati S, Neog R, Nath P, Meitei K, Baidya S, Debbarma D, Sarma A, Ahmed R, Boro H, Das R, Mahanta J, Debbarma S, Kaur H. Development and On-Field Deployment of a Mobile-Based Application ‘MoSQuIT’ for Malaria Surveillance in International Border Districts of Northeast India—Challenges and Opportunities. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(5):2561 View
  6. Sharma S, Verma R, Yadav B, Kumar A, Rahi M, Sharma A. What India can learn from globally successful malaria elimination programmes. BMJ Global Health 2022;7(6):e008431 View
  7. Yadav C, Hussain S, Gupta S, Bharti P, Rahi M, Sharma A, Okiro E. Tracking district-level performance in the context of achieving zero indigenous case status by 2027. PLOS Global Public Health 2023;3(1):e0001292 View
  8. Yadav C, Sharma A. Optimizing the utility of NIMR-MDB vis a vis ICMR COVID-19 data portal in containment of malaria—Authors’ reply. The Lancet Regional Health - Southeast Asia 2022;5:100057 View
  9. Gupta S, Singh H, Joshi M, Sharma A. Digital dashboards with paradata can improve data quality where disease surveillance relies on real-time data collection. DIGITAL HEALTH 2023;9:205520762311640 View
  10. Biswas S, Rajkonwar J, Nirmolia T, Jena S, Sarkar U, Bhattacharyya D, Borkakoty B, Pandey A, Subbarao S, Majumder T, Pebam R, Gogoi P, Mahanta K, Narain K, Bhowmick I. First Report of Rubber Collection Bowls & Plastic and Bamboo Water Containers as the Major Breeding Source of Ae. albopictus with the Indigenous Transmission of Dengue and Chikungunya in Rural Forested Malaria-Endemic Villages of Dhalai District, Tripura, India: The Importance of Molecular Identification. Biomedicines 2023;11(8):2186 View
  11. Morris R, Wang S. Building a pathway to One Health surveillance and response in Asian countries. Science in One Health 2024;3:100067 View
  12. Maaß L, Angoumis K, Freye M, Pan C. Mapping digital public health interventions in practice: A scoping review of existing digital technologies and Internet-based interventions to maintain and improve population health (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023 View