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Facilitating User Participation in Digital Health Research: The mHealth Impact Registry

Facilitating User Participation in Digital Health Research: The mHealth Impact Registry

IPROCiprocIproceedings2369-6893JMIR PublicationsToronto, Canadav5i1e1515710.2196/15157AbstractAbstractFacilitating User Participation in Digital Health Research: The mHealth Impact RegistryHaleTimothyPalachollaRamyaLynett FordKelseyMPH1Community and Behavioral

Kelsey Lynett Ford, Sheana Bull, Susan L. Moore, Charlene Barrientos Ortiz

iproc 2019;5(1):e15157

Factors Related to User Ratings and User Downloads of Mobile Apps for Maternal and Infant Health: Cross-Sectional Study

Factors Related to User Ratings and User Downloads of Mobile Apps for Maternal and Infant Health: Cross-Sectional Study

Some of these apps have an average user rating (ie, stars) of 4.5 (out of 5), with higher ratings indicating a more favorable user experience.

Rizwana Biviji, Joshua R Vest, Brian E Dixon, Theresa Cullen, Christopher A Harle

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(1):e15663

Co-Design in the Development of a Mobile Health App for the Management of Knee Osteoarthritis by Patients and Physicians: Qualitative Study

Co-Design in the Development of a Mobile Health App for the Management of Knee Osteoarthritis by Patients and Physicians: Qualitative Study

Furthermore, although users demonstrate high interest and demand for health and medical apps [14], the vast majority fail to retain even a third of users after 90 days because of infrequent use, high user turnover, and low loyalty [15].Unfortunately, research

Kelly J Mrklas, Tanya Barber, Denise Campbell-Scherer, Lee A Green, Linda C Li, Nancy Marlett, Jean Miller, Brittany Shewchuk, Sylvia Teare, Tracy Wasylak, Deborah A Marshall

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(7):e17893

A Decade of Veteran Voices: Examining Patient Portal Enhancements Through the Lens of User-Centered Design

A Decade of Veteran Voices: Examining Patient Portal Enhancements Through the Lens of User-Centered Design

UCD of eHealth applications, such as patient portals, necessitates ongoing assessment of user characteristics and preferences and incorporation of assessment insights into ongoing portal development and enhancements.

Kim M Nazi, Carolyn L Turvey, Dawn M Klein, Timothy P Hogan

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(7):e10413

Exploring User Needs and Preferences for Mobile Apps for Sleep Disturbance: Mixed Methods Study

Exploring User Needs and Preferences for Mobile Apps for Sleep Disturbance: Mixed Methods Study

Therefore, in developing a new sleep app [7], we undertook a mixed methods user-centric approach to determine the needs and preferences for sleep apps in those with poor sleep or insomnia.MethodsDesignWe triangulated data [8] from 3 end user–centric methods

Melissa Aji, Christopher Gordon, Dorian Peters, Delwyn Bartlett, Rafael A Calvo, Khushnood Naqshbandi, Nick Glozier

JMIR Ment Health 2019;6(5):e13895

Barriers to and Facilitators of the Use of Mobile Health Apps From a Security Perspective: Mixed-Methods Study

Barriers to and Facilitators of the Use of Mobile Health Apps From a Security Perspective: Mixed-Methods Study

The conclusion was that user attitudes regarding mHealth privacy and security were highly contextualized. They were related to the type, place, time, purpose, and person accessing the health information.

Leming Zhou, Jie Bao, Valerie Watzlaf, Bambang Parmanto

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(4):e11223

Is Participatory Design Associated with the Effectiveness of Serious Digital Games for Healthy Lifestyle Promotion? A Meta-Analysis

Is Participatory Design Associated with the Effectiveness of Serious Digital Games for Healthy Lifestyle Promotion? A Meta-Analysis

Involving end users in design should increase game fit with user preferences, which has been hypothesized to enhance game effectiveness [20].Participatory design is a broad term that comprises several purposes, methods, and intensities of user involvement.

Ann DeSmet, Debbe Thompson, Tom Baranowski, Antonio Palmeira, Maïté Verloigne, Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(4):e94

Stakeholder Feedback of Electronic Medication Adherence Products: Qualitative Analysis

Stakeholder Feedback of Electronic Medication Adherence Products: Qualitative Analysis

Therefore, we designed a mixed methods study to assess the usability, workload, and user experience of electronic medication adherence products for 3 stakeholder groups: older adults, caregivers, and health care providers.

Sadaf Faisal, Jessica Ivo, Aidan McDougall, Tejal Patel

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(12):e18074

Using the Technology Acceptance Model to Explore User Experience, Intent to Use, and Use Behavior of a Patient Portal Among Older Adults With Multiple Chronic Conditions: Descriptive Qualitative Study

Using the Technology Acceptance Model to Explore User Experience, Intent to Use, and Use Behavior of a Patient Portal Among Older Adults With Multiple Chronic Conditions: Descriptive Qualitative Study

Older adults pinpoint technology discomfort, privacy and security concerns, and lack of relative advantages as primary reasons for not using patient portals [22,23].Understanding older adult opinions about portal user interface (UI) and user experience (UX)

Jennifer Dickman Portz, Elizabeth A Bayliss, Sheana Bull, Rebecca S Boxer, David B Bekelman, Kathy Gleason, Sara Czaja

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(4):e11604