Published on in Vol 6, No 6 (2022): June

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/36870, first published .
Monitoring and Managing Lifestyle Behaviors Using Wearable Activity Trackers: Mixed Methods Study of Views From the Huntington Disease Community

Monitoring and Managing Lifestyle Behaviors Using Wearable Activity Trackers: Mixed Methods Study of Views From the Huntington Disease Community

Monitoring and Managing Lifestyle Behaviors Using Wearable Activity Trackers: Mixed Methods Study of Views From the Huntington Disease Community

Journals

  1. French M, Keatley E, Li J, Balasubramanian A, Hansel N, Wise R, Searson P, Singh A, Raghavan P, Wegener S, Roemmich R, Celnik P. The feasibility of remotely monitoring physical, cognitive, and psychosocial function in individuals with stroke or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. DIGITAL HEALTH 2023;9:205520762311761 View
  2. Tanaka M, Ishii S, Matsuoka A, Tanabe S, Matsunaga S, Rahmani A, Dutt N, Rasouli M, Nyamathi A. Perspectives of Japanese elders and their healthcare providers on use of wearable technology to monitor their health at home: A qualitative exploration. International Journal of Nursing Studies 2024;152:104691 View
  3. Chen H, Schoefer K, Manika D, Tzemou E. The “Dark Side” of General Health and Fitness-Related Self-Service Technologies: A Systematic Review of the Literature and Directions for Future Research. Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 2024 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Adams J, Waddell E, Chunga N, Quinn L. Biomarkers for Huntington's Disease. View