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The Use of Avatar Counseling for HIV/AIDS Health Education: The Examination of Self-Identity in Avatar Preferences

The Use of Avatar Counseling for HIV/AIDS Health Education: The Examination of Self-Identity in Avatar Preferences

Although the use of avatar technology in the medical field is relatively new, health avatars could provide health care practitioners with a new set of tools allowing for better tracking of patients while boosting engagement in care, improving treatment adherence

Shantrel Canidate, Mark Hart

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(12):e365

Using Digital Media to Empower Adolescents in Smoking Prevention: Mixed Methods Study

Using Digital Media to Empower Adolescents in Smoking Prevention: Mixed Methods Study

Technology and multimedia-related components are particularly useful to provide more engaging activities in this respect [27,29-31].Empowerment is another important key that needs to be emphasized in smoking prevention programs in an effort to better help adolescents

Eunhee Park, Yu-Ping Chang

JMIR Pediatr Parent 2020;3(1):e13031

Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologists’ Use of Mobile Health Technology: Qualitative Questionnaire Study

Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologists’ Use of Mobile Health Technology: Qualitative Questionnaire Study

Schools are also integrating technology into their classrooms. In 2010, the US Department of Education began a National Education Technology Plan to promote student-centered learning with technology, with the goal of improving student achievement [13].

Kelsey Thompson, Emily Zimmerman

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2019;6(2):e13966

Examining the Ethical Implications of Health Care Technology Described in US and Swedish PhD Dissertations: Protocol for a Scoping Review

Examining the Ethical Implications of Health Care Technology Described in US and Swedish PhD Dissertations: Protocol for a Scoping Review

Owing to the rate at which technology is advancing, bioethics is falling further and further behind in staying current with new evolving issues.

Jens M Nygren, Hans-Peter de Ruiter

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(1):e14157

Tailoring of a Smartphone Smoking Cessation App (Kick.it) for Serious Mental Illness Populations: Qualitative Study

Tailoring of a Smartphone Smoking Cessation App (Kick.it) for Serious Mental Illness Populations: Qualitative Study

Cutting-edge digital health technology, such as mobile health (mHealth) smoking cessation apps [11-13], may contribute to the solutions needed to address this significant public health problem [11,14].There are currently hundreds of smoking cessation apps available

Pauline Klein, Sharon Lawn, George Tsourtos, Joep van Agteren

JMIR Hum Factors 2019;6(3):e14023

A Pantheoretical Framework to Optimize Adherence to Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors and Medication Adherence: The Use of Personalized Approaches to Overcome Barriers and Optimize Facilitators to Achieve Adherence

A Pantheoretical Framework to Optimize Adherence to Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors and Medication Adherence: The Use of Personalized Approaches to Overcome Barriers and Optimize Facilitators to Achieve Adherence

Mobile Health TechnologyTo successfully achieve all the components of the pantheoretical approach (tailoring, clustering, personalization, and optimization), a method that is accessible, portable, and nimble (easily modifiable and adaptable), such as mHealth technology

Azizi Seixas, Colleen Conners, Alicia Chung, Tiffany Donley, Girardin Jean-Louis

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(6):e16429