Volume 9 Issue 1
The Editorial Board at the Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine is proud to present Volume 9, 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.
001 “Hell, Yeah!” A Qualitative Study of Inpatient Attitudes towards Healthcare Professionals’ Use of Mobile Devices
Lori Giles-Smith BA (Hons), Andrea Spencer RN
011 Mind the gap – a study on mHealth based treatment process optimization in addiction medicine
Ulf Gerhardt, Thomas Gerlitzki, Ruediger Breitschwerdt, Oliver Thomas
029 A Pilot Study of Using a Personalised Video Message Delivered by Text Message to Increase Maternal Influenza Vaccine Uptake
Khai Lin Kong, Sushena Krishnaswamy, Ryan Begley, Paul Paddle, Michelle L. Giles
035 Comparison of Mid-Sternum and Center of Mass Accelerometry to Force Plate Measures for the Assessment of Standing Balance
Ryan Z. Amick, Nils A. Hakansson, David M. Jorgensen, Jeremy A. Patterson, Michael J. Jorgensen
043 Teleultrasound in Remote and Austere Environments
Reuben J. Chen
048 Pilot Study: Real-Time Monitoring and Medication Reminders in Glaucoma Patients
Alice H. Li, Yang Shou, Zhongqiu Li, Ann C. Fisher, Jeffrey L. Goldberg, Yang Sun, Wen-Shin Lee, Robert T. Chang
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 9, 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.
Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine