This project tested a mobile health application’s impact on reducing readmissions among patients with cirrhosis within 30 days of hospital discharge, and found it to be usable and feasible.
This research developed and evaluated a mobile health application for patients with asthma.
This project tested a mobile health application for HIV symptom management for people living with HIV and found an improvement in symptoms.
This project developed and tested a smartphone application of an alcohol intervention for college freshmen and found that it worked as well as a traditional in-person approach.
This research developed a set of mHealth tools capable of collecting health behavior information with the hope that providing clinical feedback on these behaviors will reduce obesity and improve health behaviors among at-risk families.
This project engaged individuals with physical, sensory, and cognitive disabilities to expand upon existing consumer mobile health application design guidance for social networks.
This study focuses on the use of eHealth in cancer survivors and will identify determinants of eHealth activity, provide insight into the role of eHealth in survivors’ overall personal health information management, and establish survivor-centered design principles for optimized eHealth tool development.
This study will compare the use of personalized HPV vaccine text message reminders to conventional text message reminders among minority adolescents in a randomized trial.
The Electronic Sexual Health Information Notification and Education study examined the use of mobile personal health records (PHRs) among black youth as a risk reduction tool for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections and found that they are useful discussion tools for partners.
This project tested a reinforcement learning (RL) text messaging system, which tailors and adapts messages to the needs of patients with uncontrolled hypertension to promote medication adherence, and found it to be feasible and adaptive.