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Posted on Mar 28, 2016 in Featured | 0 comments

Volume 5 Issue 1

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The Editorial Board at the Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine is proud to present Volume 5, Issue 1. Mobile technology in Medicine is a rapidly developing area, and we hope to continue accelerating research in the field. We look forward to your submissions for Issue 2.


Editorial

001 The era of tailored mHealth
Rahul Chakrabarti


Original Articles

003 Smartphone use in Paediatric Practice: a national survey
Adamos Hadjipanayis, Alexios Klonis, Omar Assem Abdel-Mannan, Alastair G Sutcliffe

009 Mobile screening to identify and follow-up with high Risk, HIV negative youth
Ian David Aronson, Charles M. Cleland, David C. Perlman, Sonali Rajan, Wendy Sun, Christopher Ferraris, Jennifer Mayer, David C. Ferris, Theodore C. Bania

019 Ipad Usage and Impact on Pediatric Medical Students’ Learning and Patient Care
Robert Riss, Angellar Manguvo, Jennifer Quaintance, Mohamed Radhi, Maria Dycoco

027 Smartphone Use and Perceptions among Medical Students and Practicing Physicians
Andrew Buchholz, Brittany Perry, Lucia Beck Weiss, Danielle Cooley

033 Developing Mobile Apps for Physical Activity in Low Socioeconomic Status Youth
Kacie C.A. Blackman, Jamie Zoellner, D. Scott McCrickard, Judith Harlow, Woodrow W. Winchester III, Jennie L. Hill, Wen You, Paul A. Estabrooks

045 Clinical Performance of the HeartBuds, an electronic smartphone listening device, compared to FDA approved Class I and Class II stethoscopes
Ritesh S. Patel, Julio Schwarz, Valerie Danesh, Arnold Einhorn, David Bello


Perspective Piece

052 A legal and practical guide to developing mobile medical applications (“apps”): navigating a potential minefield
Megan Emma Smith

 

In keeping with our open-access principles, all articles are published both as full text and as PDF files for download. For your convenience, attached to this post is a PDF file containing the complete Volume 5, Issue 1, which can be easily downloaded and saved for viewing offline.


We look forward to hearing from readers in the comments section, and encourage authors to submit research to be considered for publication in this peer-reviewed medical journal.
Yours Sincerely,
Editorial Board
Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine