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Issues in mHealth: Findings From Key Informant Interviews

Issues in mHealth: Findings From Key Informant Interviews

A further point raised by a small number of informants was the unique position of the wireless networks’ involvement in handling data.

Robyn Whittaker

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(5):e129

Pretravel Health Advice Among Australians Returning From Bali, Indonesia: A Randomized Controlled Trial Protocol

Pretravel Health Advice Among Australians Returning From Bali, Indonesia: A Randomized Controlled Trial Protocol

A retrospective cohort study in Scotland found that people who consulted a travel doctor prior to traveling overseas were less likely to become ill than those who had seen a general practitioner [13].

Chloe A. Thomson, Robyn A Gibbs, Jane S Heyworth, Carolien Giele, Martin J Firth, Paul V Effler

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(4):e236

Effectiveness of Virtual Medical Teaching During the COVID-19 Crisis: Systematic Review

Effectiveness of Virtual Medical Teaching During the COVID-19 Crisis: Systematic Review

differenceImproved team working skills to strive toward a collective goalStudents reported feeling empowered and enthusiastic and stated that they had a sense of purpose during the uncertain period of the pandemicNo weaknesses noted[9]A reflective study that

Robyn-Jenia Wilcha

JMIR Med Educ 2020;6(2):e20963

Old-Fashioned Technology in the Era of “Bling”: Is There a Future for Text Messaging in Health Care?

Old-Fashioned Technology in the Era of “Bling”: Is There a Future for Text Messaging in Health Care?

Text messages are a “push” technology, where intervention messages are delivered to individuals without any effort from the individual [9] and exhibit a 98% open rate and a response rate double that of email, phone, or social media [10].In contrast, technologies

Jane C Willcox, Rosie Dobson, Robyn Whittaker

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(12):e16630

Possibilities and Expectations for mHealth in the Pacific Islands: Insights From Key Informants

Possibilities and Expectations for mHealth in the Pacific Islands: Insights From Key Informants

remains a novel practice in the Pacific region, a situation that brings with it some considerable opportunities.

Elaine Umali, Judith McCool, Robyn Whittaker

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(1):e9

Evaluating the Use of Smart Home Technology by People With Brain Impairment: Protocol for a Single-Case Experimental Design

Evaluating the Use of Smart Home Technology by People With Brain Impairment: Protocol for a Single-Case Experimental Design

The comparison is made between a person with significant memory impairment that impacts his or her ability to learn new information and a person with a brain injury-related executive function impairment that impacts the initiation of device use.

Rebecca Jamwal, Libby Callaway, Di Winkler, Louise Farnworth, Robyn Tate

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(11):e10451

A Web-Based Alcohol Risk Communication Tool: Development and Pretesting Study

A Web-Based Alcohol Risk Communication Tool: Development and Pretesting Study

A number of recent systematic reviews and meta-analyses lend support to the notion that Web-based interventions offer promise as a strategy to reduce alcohol-related harm in a way that is appealing and nonintrusive to particular groups (eg, those who are unaware

Bridget Kool, Rosie Dobson, Sarah Sharpe, Gayl Humphrey, Robyn Whittaker, Shanthi Ameratunga

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(1):e13224