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Posted on Jul 28, 2016 in Featured | 0 comments

Volume 5 Issue 2



The Editorial Board at the Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine is proud to present Volume 5, Issue 2. 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 3.


001 The era of automated systems to facilitate health care
Rahul Chakrabarti

Original Articles

002 Mobile and Wearable Device Features that Matter in Promoting Physical Activity
Julie B. Wang, Janine K. Cataldo, Guadalupe X. Ayala, Loki Natarajan, Lisa A. Cadmus-Bertram, Martha M. White, Hala Madanat, Jeanne F. Nichols, John P. Pierce

012 A Qualitative Study Exploring Stakeholder Perceptions of Video Directly Observed Therapy for Monitoring Tuberculosis Treatment in the US-Mexico Border Region
María Luisa Zúñiga, Kelly Collins, Fátima Muñoz, Kathleen Moser, Gudelia Rangel, Jazmine Cuevas-Mota, Maureen Clark, Jose Luis Burgos, Richard S. Garfein

024 An integrated mHealth model for type 2 diabetes patients using mobile tablet devices
Sora Park, Sally Burford, Leif Hanlen, Paresh Dawda, Paul Dugdale, Christopher Nolan, John Burns

033 Scope of Mobile Phones in Mental Health Care in Low Resource Settings
M Sood, RK Chadda, K Sinha Deb, R Bhad, A Mahapatra, R Verma, AK Mishra

Perspective Pieces

038 Pretesting mHealth: Implications for Campaigns among Underserved Patients
Disha Kumar, Monisha Arya

044 The Future of Automated Mobile Eye Diagnosis
Cassie A. Ludwig, Mia X. Shan, Nam Phuong H. Nguyen, Daniel Y. Choi, Victoria Ku, Carson K. Lam

Letter To The Editor

051 A Survey of Japanese Young Adults’ Postures When Using Smartphones before Sleeping
Michitaka Yoshimura, Momoko Kitazawa, Taishiro Kishimoto, Masaru Mimura, Kazuo Tsubota


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 2, 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