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A Text Message Intervention with Adaptive Goal Support to Reduce Alcohol Consumption Among Non-Treatment-Seeking Young Adults: Non-Randomized Clinical Trial with Voluntary Length of Enrollment

A Text Message Intervention with Adaptive Goal Support to Reduce Alcohol Consumption Among Non-Treatment-Seeking Young Adults: Non-Randomized Clinical Trial with Voluntary Length of Enrollment

Systematic reviews suggest that mobile digital interventions can reduce alcohol use in adults [4] and that text message (short message service, SMS) interventions reduce alcohol consumption among young adult populations [5].

Brian Suffoletto, Tammy Chung, Frederick Muench, Peter Monti, Duncan B Clark

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(2):e35


Text Message Responsivity in a 2-Way Short Message Service Pilot Intervention With Adolescent and Young Adult Survivors of Cancer

Text Message Responsivity in a 2-Way Short Message Service Pilot Intervention With Adolescent and Young Adult Survivors of Cancer

We define text message responsivity as instances in which a participant sends a response text after receiving a prompted (requests a response) or unprompted (does not explicitly request a response) text message from the research team.

Alexandra M Psihogios, Yimei Li, Eliana Butler, Jessica Hamilton, Lauren C Daniel, Lamia P Barakat, Christopher P Bonafide, Lisa A Schwartz

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(4):e12547


Using Mobile Phones to Collect Patient Data: Lessons Learned From the SIMPle Study

Using Mobile Phones to Collect Patient Data: Lessons Learned From the SIMPle Study

The first text message confirmed consent before further participation. Patients who replied “yes” (indicating consent) were invited to complete a text message survey or download the UTI diary app.

Sinead Duane, Meera Tandan, Andrew W Murphy, Akke Vellinga

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(4):e61


Exploring the Use of Mobile Health to Improve Community-Based Health and Nutrition Service Utilization in the Hills of Nepal: Qualitative Study

Exploring the Use of Mobile Health to Improve Community-Based Health and Nutrition Service Utilization in the Hills of Nepal: Qualitative Study

Similarly, wider community perception on mobile phone use/SIM card change, network access, phone sharing, text message information sharing with others, text message interest and preferences, and thoughts on using text messages as a BCC intervention were explored

Ajay Acharya, Kenda Cunningham, Shraddha Manandhar, Niva Shrestha, Mario Chen, Amy Weissman

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(9):e17659


Better Ask Than Tell: Responses to mHealth Interrogative Reminders and Associations With Colorectal Cancer Screening Subsequent Uptake in a Prospective Cohort Intervention

Better Ask Than Tell: Responses to mHealth Interrogative Reminders and Associations With Colorectal Cancer Screening Subsequent Uptake in a Prospective Cohort Intervention

Demographic variables (age, gender, socioeconomic status, SES) and FOBT performance (past— 2004-2012; subsequent—within 6 months, 1 year, and 2 years following the SMS text message) were retrieved from the program’s computerized database.MaterialsShort Message

Lea Hagoel, Nili Stein, Gad Rennert, Efrat Neter

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(1):e9351


Feasibility and Acceptability of a Text Message-Based Smoking Cessation Program for Young Adults in Lima, Peru: Pilot Study

Feasibility and Acceptability of a Text Message-Based Smoking Cessation Program for Young Adults in Lima, Peru: Pilot Study

messages with young adults; andPhase C: SMS text message smoking cessation program pilot where participants were randomly assigned to the SMS text message smoking cessation program (intervention) or the SMS text message nutritional program (control).Figure

Dora Blitchtein-Winicki, Karine Zevallos, M Reuven Samolski, David Requena, Chaska Velarde, Patricia Briceño, Marina Piazza, Michele L Ybarra

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(8):e116


Mobile Phone Access and Willingness Among Mothers to Receive a Text-Based mHealth Intervention to Improve Prenatal Care in Northwest Ethiopia: Cross-Sectional Study

Mobile Phone Access and Willingness Among Mothers to Receive a Text-Based mHealth Intervention to Improve Prenatal Care in Northwest Ethiopia: Cross-Sectional Study

Before implementing the SMS text message–based mHealth intervention, it is essential to know the level of access to mobile phone and the willingness of women to receive SMS text message–based interventions.Therefore, the objectives of this study are as follows

Berhanu Endehabtu, Adane Weldeab, Martin Were, Richard Lester, Abebaw Worku, Binyam Tilahun

JMIR Pediatr Parent 2018;1(2):e9


Phone-Based Interventions in Adolescent Psychiatry: A Perspective and Proof of Concept Pilot Study With a Focus on Depression and Autism

Phone-Based Interventions in Adolescent Psychiatry: A Perspective and Proof of Concept Pilot Study With a Focus on Depression and Autism

Here, we discussed the development of provider-prescribed automated text message (short message service, SMS) and phone call interventions for adolescent psychiatric disorders and their potential for improving patient outcomes.Adolescent DepressionUnipolar

Robert Yuzen Chen, Jordan Robert Feltes, William Shun Tzeng, Zoe Yunzhu Lu, Michael Pan, Nan Zhao, Rebecca Talkin, Kavon Javaherian, Anne Glowinski, Will Ross

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(6):e114