Volume 6 Issue 2
The Editorial Board at the Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine is proud to present Volume 6, 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 Patient-oriented Health Technologies: Patients’ Perspectives and Use
Amy M. Bauer, Tessa Rue, Sean A. Munson, Reza Hosseini Ghomi, Gina A. Keppel, Allison M. Cole, Laura-Mae Baldwin, Wayne Katon
011 Patient Navigator Facilitated Text Messaging Intervention Improves Linkage to care in Viral Hepatitis B: A Pilot Study
S. Hyun, Soyoung Yoon, Soonsik Kim, Seulgi Lee, Joseph McMenamin
019 Finding Time for Sleep: Identifying Sleep Concerns in Non-Sleep Specialty Clinics using the Mysleepscript App
Ankur Doshi, Charlene E. Gamaldo, Peter Dziedzic, Alyssa Gamaldo, Anthony Kwan, Luis Buenaver, Seulah Choi, Annette Wang, Aadi Kalloo, Rachel E. Salas
039 Assessing Electronic Capture of Patient Reported Outcomes in Prostate Cancer Populations
Leslie D. McIntosh, Anand Mohapatra, Marshall Strother, Goutham Vemana, Alethea Paradis, Kerry Madison, Anthony Juehne, Arnold D. Bullock, Gerald L. Andriole
047 Adolescents’ Perceptions on Smartphone Applications (Apps) for Health Management
Alvin Chan, Richard Kow, Jennifer K. Cheng
056 Methodological Issues of using Placebos in Interventions Based on Digital Technology
William Farr, Ian Male, Dido Green, Christopher Morris, Heather Gage, Sarah Bailey, Sandra Speller, Val Colville, Mandy Jackson, Stephen Bremner, Anjum Memon
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 6, 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.
Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine