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Perceptions and Experiences of Women Participating in a Digital Technology–Based Physical Activity Intervention (the mPED Trial): Qualitative Study

Perceptions and Experiences of Women Participating in a Digital Technology–Based Physical Activity Intervention (the mPED Trial): Qualitative Study

IntroductionDespite the numerous benefits of physical activity for women, few women meet the recommended levels of physical activity [1,2]. In fact, women in every age group self-report lower activity levels than men [3].

Teri Lindgren, Julie Hooper, Yoshimi Fukuoka

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2019;5(4):e13570


The Use of Smartphone-Based Triage to Reduce the Rate of Outpatient Error Registration: Cross-Sectional Study

The Use of Smartphone-Based Triage to Reduce the Rate of Outpatient Error Registration: Cross-Sectional Study

This study provides a reference for improving outpatient appointment registration.MethodsStudy Design and SubjectsThis was a cross-sectional study of patients who made appointments with the outpatient department of Guangzhou Women and Children’s Medical Center

Wanhua Xie, Xiaojun Cao, Hongwei Dong, Yu Liu

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(11):e15313


The Acceptability of Text Messaging to Help African American Women Manage Anxiety and Depression: Cross-Sectional Survey Study

The Acceptability of Text Messaging to Help African American Women Manage Anxiety and Depression: Cross-Sectional Survey Study

IntroductionAfrican American women experience rates of mental illness comparable to the general population (18.6% vs 18.9%) [1].

Terika McCall, Todd A Schwartz, Saif Khairat

JMIR Ment Health 2020;7(2):e15801


A Mobile Health Intervention System for Women With Coronary Heart Disease: Usability Study

A Mobile Health Intervention System for Women With Coronary Heart Disease: Usability Study

Inadequate health insurance and copayments of up to US $250 per session deter women from CBCR participation [21].

Avijit Sengupta, Theresa Beckie, Kaushik Dutta, Arup Dey, Sriram Chellappan

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(6):e16420