Published on in Vol 5, No 7 (2021): July

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/27018, first published .
User Engagement and Usability of Suicide Prevention Apps: Systematic Search in App Stores and Content Analysis

User Engagement and Usability of Suicide Prevention Apps: Systematic Search in App Stores and Content Analysis

User Engagement and Usability of Suicide Prevention Apps: Systematic Search in App Stores and Content Analysis

Journals

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  4. Arowosegbe A, Oyelade T. Application of Natural Language Processing (NLP) in Detecting and Preventing Suicide Ideation: A Systematic Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2023;20(2):1514 View
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  6. Spottswood M, Lim C, Davydow D, Huang H. Improving Suicide Prevention in Primary Care for Differing Levels of Behavioral Health Integration: A Review. Frontiers in Medicine 2022;9 View
  7. Spilsbury J, Hernandez E, Kiley K, Gillerlane Hinkes E, Prasanna S, Shafiabadi N, Rao P, Sahoo S. Social Service Workers’ Use of Social Media to Obtain Client Information: Current Practices and Perspectives on a Potential Informatics Platform. Journal of Social Service Research 2022;48(6):739 View
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  9. Alon N, Perret S, Segal R, Torous J. Clinical Considerations for Digital Resources in Care for Patients With Suicidal Ideation. FOCUS 2023;21(2):160 View
  10. Sviatenko T, Gogunska I, Semigina T, Kasianenko L, Salei O, Prokopenko M. The Role of Mobile Applications in the Doctor’s Working Time Management System. International Journal of Statistics in Medical Research 2022;11:66 View
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  12. Jha S, Jewer S, Agyapong V, Orji R. Can Your Smartphone Save A Life? A Systematic Review of Mobile-Based Interventions For Suicide Prevention. International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 2024:1 View
  13. Kruzan K, Biernesser C, Hoffmann J, Meyerhoff J. Digital Interventions for Adolescents and Young Adults Experiencing Self-Injurious Thoughts and Behaviors. Current Treatment Options in Psychiatry 2024 View
  14. Smith K, Hardy A, Vinnikova A, Blease C, Milligan L, Hidalgo-Mazzei D, Lambe S, Marzano L, Uhlhaas P, Ostinelli E, Anmella G, Zangani C, Aronica R, Dwyer B, Torous J, Cipriani A. Digital Mental Health for Schizophrenia and Other Severe Mental Illnesses: An International Consensus on Current Challenges and Potential Solutions. JMIR Mental Health 2024;11:e57155 View
  15. Schatten H, Kimble S, Alboukrek D, Carosa C, Hughes C, Armey M, Miller I, Elwy A, Primack J. Development of the Mobile Application to Prevent Suicide (MAPS), a Personalized Smartphone App for Suicide Prevention: Feedback from Individual Interviews. Journal of Technology in Human Services 2024:1 View