Published on in Vol 15, No 10 (2013): October

Assessing the Internal and External Validity of Mobile Health Physical Activity Promotion Interventions: A Systematic Literature Review Using the RE-AIM Framework

Assessing the Internal and External Validity of Mobile Health Physical Activity Promotion Interventions: A Systematic Literature Review Using the RE-AIM Framework

Assessing the Internal and External Validity of Mobile Health Physical Activity Promotion Interventions: A Systematic Literature Review Using the RE-AIM Framework

Journals

  1. Russell L, Ugalde A, Milne D, Austin D, Livingston P. Digital Characteristics and Dissemination Indicators to Optimize Delivery of Internet-Supported Mindfulness-Based Interventions for People With a Chronic Condition: Systematic Review. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(3):e53 View
  2. Partridge S, Juan S, McGeechan K, Bauman A, Allman‐Farinelli M. Poor quality of external validity reporting limits generalizability of overweight and/or obesity lifestyle prevention interventions in young adults: a systematic review. Obesity Reviews 2015;16(1):13 View
  3. Lane H, Porter K, Estabrooks P, Zoellner J. A Systematic Review to Assess Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Interventions for Children and Adolescents across the Socioecological Model. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2016;116(8):1295 View
  4. Aziz Z, Mathews E, Absetz P, Sathish T, Oldroyd J, Balachandran S, Shetty S, Thankappan K, Oldenburg B. A group-based lifestyle intervention for diabetes prevention in low- and middle-income country: implementation evaluation of the Kerala Diabetes Prevention Program. Implementation Science 2018;13(1) View
  5. Queirós A, Cerqueira M, Santos M, Rocha N. Mobile Health to Support Ageing in Place: A Synoptic Overview. Procedia Computer Science 2017;121:206 View
  6. Zeiler M, Kuso S, Nacke B, Klesges L, Waldherr K. Evaluating reach, adoption, implementation and maintenance of Internet-based interventions to prevent eating disorders in adolescents: a systematic review. European Journal of Public Health 2021;31(Supplement_1):i38 View
  7. Liu Y, Avello M. Status of the research in fitness apps: A bibliometric analysis. Telematics and Informatics 2021;57:101506 View
  8. Franklin N. Technology to Promote and Increase Physical Activity in Heart Failure. Heart Failure Clinics 2015;11(1):173 View
  9. Hardeman W, Houghton J, Lane K, Jones A, Naughton F. A systematic review of just-in-time adaptive interventions (JITAIs) to promote physical activity. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2019;16(1) View
  10. Burchett H, Blanchard L, Kneale D, Thomas J. Assessing the applicability of public health intervention evaluations from one setting to another: a methodological study of the usability and usefulness of assessment tools and frameworks. Health Research Policy and Systems 2018;16(1) View
  11. McGoey T, Root Z, Bruner M, Law B. Evaluation of physical activity interventions in children via the reach, efficacy/effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and maintenance (RE-AIM) framework: A systematic review of randomized and non-randomized trials. Preventive Medicine 2016;82:8 View
  12. Vandelanotte C, Müller A, Short C, Hingle M, Nathan N, Williams S, Lopez M, Parekh S, Maher C. Past, Present, and Future of eHealth and mHealth Research to Improve Physical Activity and Dietary Behaviors. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 2016;48(3):219 View
  13. Gruszka P, Burger C, Jensen M. Optimizing Expectations via Mobile Apps: A New Approach for Examining and Enhancing Placebo Effects. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2019;10 View
  14. Rocha N, Rodrigues dos Santos M, Cerqueira M, Queirós A. Mobile Health to Support Ageing in Place. International Journal of E-Health and Medical Communications 2019;10(3):1 View
  15. Ball K, Carver A, Downing K, Jackson M, O'Rourke K. Addressing the social determinants of inequities in physical activity and sedentary behaviours. Health Promotion International 2015;30(suppl 2):ii8 View
  16. Lodge J, Alhadad S, Lewis M, Gašević D. Inferring Learning from Big Data: The Importance of a Transdisciplinary and Multidimensional Approach. Technology, Knowledge and Learning 2017;22(3):385 View
  17. Compernolle S, De Cocker K, Lakerveld J, Mackenbach J, Nijpels G, Oppert J, Rutter H, Teixeira P, Cardon G, De Bourdeaudhuij I. A RE-AIM evaluation of evidence-based multi-level interventions to improve obesity-related behaviours in adults: a systematic review (the SPOTLIGHT project). International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2014;11(1) View
  18. Yoshida Y, Patil S, Brownson R, Boren S, Kim M, Dobson R, Waki K, Greenwood D, Torbjørnsen A, Ramachandran A, Masi C, Fonseca V, Simoes E. Using the RE-AIM framework to evaluate internal and external validity of mobile phone–based interventions in diabetes self-management education and support. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2020;27(6):946 View
  19. Hennessy M, Heary C, Laws R, Van Rhoon L, Toomey E, Wolstenholme H, Byrne M. Health professional-delivered obesity prevention interventions during the first 1,000 days: A systematic review of external validity reporting. HRB Open Research 2019;2:14 View
  20. Wright C, Schwarzman J, Dietze P, Crockett B, Lim M. Barriers and opportunities in the translation of mobile phone and social media interventions between research and health promotion practice in Australia: a qualitative study of expert perspectives. Health Research Policy and Systems 2019;17(1) View
  21. Rouf A, Grech A, Allman-Farinelli M. Assessing the efficacy and external validity of interventions promoting calcium or dairy intake in young adults: A systematic review with meta-analysis. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 2018;58(15):2600 View
  22. Lewis B, Napolitano M, Buman M, Williams D, Nigg C. Future directions in physical activity intervention research: expanding our focus to sedentary behaviors, technology, and dissemination. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2017;40(1):112 View
  23. Blackman K, Zoellner J, Kadir A, Dockery B, Johnson S, Almeida F, McCrickard D, Hill J, You W, Estabrooks P. Examining the Feasibility of Smartphone Game Applications for Physical Activity Promotion in Middle School Students. Games for Health Journal 2015;4(5):409 View
  24. Kreps G. The relevance of health literacy to mHealth. Information Services & Use 2017;37(2):123 View
  25. Aziz Z, Riddell M, Absetz P, Brand M, Oldenburg B. Peer support to improve diabetes care: an implementation evaluation of the Australasian Peers for Progress Diabetes Program. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1) View
  26. Hendrie G, Hussain M, Brindal E, James-Martin G, Williams G, Crook A. Impact of a Mobile Phone App to Increase Vegetable Consumption and Variety in Adults: Large-Scale Community Cohort Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(4):e14726 View
  27. Whittemore R, Chao A, Jang M, Minges K, Park C. Methods for knowledge synthesis: An overview. Heart & Lung 2014;43(5):453 View
  28. Craike M, Hill B, Gaskin C, Skouteris H. Interventions to improve physical activity during pregnancy: a systematic review on issues of internal and external validity using the RE‐AIM framework. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology 2017;124(4):573 View
  29. Hong Y, Forjuoh S, Ory M, Reis M, Sang H. A Multi-Level, Mobile-Enabled Intervention to Promote Physical Activity in Older Adults in the Primary Care Setting (iCanFit 2.0): Protocol for a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(9):e183 View
  30. Horodyska K, Luszczynska A, Hayes C, O’Shea M, Langøien L, Roos G, van den Berg M, Hendriksen M, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brug J. Implementation conditions for diet and physical activity interventions and policies: an umbrella review. BMC Public Health 2015;15(1) View
  31. AuYoung M, Linke S, Pagoto S, Buman M, Craft L, Richardson C, Hutber A, Marcus B, Estabrooks P, Sheinfeld Gorin S. Integrating Physical Activity in Primary Care Practice. The American Journal of Medicine 2016;129(10):1022 View
  32. van Drongelen A, Boot C, Hlobil H, Smid T, van der Beek A. Process evaluation of a tailored mobile health intervention aiming to reduce fatigue in airline pilots. BMC Public Health 2016;16(1) View
  33. Yeary K, Moore P, Gauss C, Cornell C, Prewitt T, Shakya S, Turner J, Scarbrough C, Porter G, Estabrooks P. Reach and Adoption of a Randomized Weight Loss Maintenance Trial in Rural African Americans of Faith: The WORD (Wholeness, Oneness, Righteousness, Deliverance). American Journal of Health Promotion 2019;33(4):549 View
  34. Iwelunmor J, Nwaozuru U, Obiezu-Umeh C, Uzoaru F, Ehiri J, Curley J, Ezechi O, Airhihenbuwa C, Ssewamala F. Is it time to RE-AIM? A systematic review of economic empowerment as HIV prevention intervention for adolescent girls and young women in sub-Saharan Africa using the RE-AIM framework. Implementation Science Communications 2020;1(1) View
  35. Finocchario-Kessler S, Odera I, Okoth V, Bawcom C, Gautney B, Khamadi S, Clark K, Goggin K. Lessons learned from implementing the HIV infant tracking system (HITSystem): A web-based intervention to improve early infant diagnosis in Kenya. Healthcare 2015;3(4):190 View
  36. M Quintiliani L, Mann D, Puputti M, Quinn E, Bowen D. Pilot and Feasibility Test of a Mobile Health-Supported Behavioral Counseling Intervention for Weight Management Among Breast Cancer Survivors. JMIR Cancer 2016;2(1):e4 View
  37. Jang M, Chao A, Whittemore R. Evaluating Intervention Programs Targeting Parents to Manage Childhood Overweight and Obesity: A Systematic Review Using the RE-AIM Framework. Journal of Pediatric Nursing 2015;30(6):877 View
  38. Direito A, Jiang Y, Whittaker R, Maddison R. Apps for IMproving FITness and Increasing Physical Activity Among Young People: The AIMFIT Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(8):e210 View
  39. Hennessy M, Heary C, Laws R, Van Rhoon L, Toomey E, Wolstenholme H, Byrne M. Health professional-delivered obesity prevention interventions during the first 1,000 days: A systematic review of external validity reporting. HRB Open Research 2019;2:14 View
  40. Kennedy S, Sanders T, Estabrooks P, Smith J, Lonsdale C, Foster C, Lubans D. Implementation at‐scale of school‐based physical activity interventions: A systematic review utilizing the RE‐AIM framework. Obesity Reviews 2021;22(7) View
  41. Sanatkar S, Baldwin P, Huckvale K, Christensen H, Harvey S. e-Mental Health Program Usage Patterns in Randomized Controlled Trials and in the General Public to Inform External Validity Considerations: Sample Groupings Using Cluster Analyses. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(3):e18348 View
  42. Keadle S, Bustamante E, Buman M. Physical Activity and Public Health: Four Decades of Progress. Kinesiology Review 2021;10(3):319 View
  43. Wilcox S, Day K, Saunders R, Jake-Schoffman D, Kaczynski A, Stucker J, Dunn C, Bernhart J. The Faith, Activity, and Nutrition (FAN) dissemination and implementation study: changes in and maintenance of organizational practices over 24 months in a statewide initiative. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022;19(1) View
  44. Szinay D, Forbes C, Busse H, DeSmet A, Smit E, König L. Is the uptake, engagement, and effectiveness of exclusively mobile interventions for the promotion of weight‐related behaviors equal for all? A systematic review. Obesity Reviews 2023;24(3) View
  45. Yang W, Liang X, Sit C. Physical activity and mental health in children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities: a meta-analysis using the RE-AIM framework. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022;19(1) View
  46. Kracht C, Hutchesson M, Ahmed M, Müller A, Ashton L, Brown H, DeSmet A, Maher C, Mauch C, Vandelanotte C, Yin Z, Whatnall M, Short C, Staiano A. E‐&mHealth interventions targeting nutrition, physical activity, sedentary behavior, and/or obesity among children: A scoping review of systematic reviews and meta‐analyses. Obesity Reviews 2021;22(12) View
  47. Jacob C, Lindeque J, Klein A, Ivory C, Heuss S, Peter M. Assessing the Quality and Impact of eHealth Tools: Systematic Literature Review and Narrative Synthesis. JMIR Human Factors 2023;10:e45143 View
  48. Yuwaki K, Kuchiba A, Otsuki A, Odawara M, Okuhara T, Ishikawa H, Inoue M, Tsugane S, Shimazu T. Effectiveness of a Cancer Risk Prediction Tool on Lifestyle Habits: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 2021;30(6):1063 View
  49. Bu S, Smith A, Janssen A, Donnelly C, Dadich A, Mackenzie L, Smith A, Young A, Wu V, Smith S, Sansom-Daly U. Optimising implementation of telehealth in oncology: A systematic review examining barriers and enablers using the RE-AIM planning and evaluation framework. Critical Reviews in Oncology/Hematology 2022;180:103869 View
  50. Pereira E, Estabrooks P, Arjona A, Cotton-Curtis W, Lin J, Saetermoe C, Blackman K. A systematic literature review of breastfeeding interventions among Black populations using the RE-AIM framework. International Breastfeeding Journal 2022;17(1) View
  51. Zengul A, Evans E, Hall A, Qu H, Willig A, Cherrington A, Thirumalai M. Telehealth Behavioral Intervention for Diabetes Management in Adults With Physical Disabilities: Intervention Fidelity Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2021;10(9):e31695 View
  52. Nwaozuru U, Obiezu-Umeh C, Obi-Jeff C, Shato T, Gbaja-Biamila T, Oladele D, Idigbe I, Tucker J, Ezechi O, Iwelunmor J. A systematic review of randomized control trials of HPV self-collection studies among women in sub-Saharan Africa using the RE-AIM framework. Implementation Science Communications 2021;2(1) View
  53. Stecher C, Pfisterer B, Harden S, Epstein D, Hirschmann J, Wunsch K, Buman M. Assessing the Pragmatic Nature of Mobile Health Interventions Promoting Physical Activity: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2023;11:e43162 View
  54. Ryan A, Stearns-Yoder K, Brenner L. Real-World User Demographics of Three Web-Based Digital Mental Health Interventions Provided by the US Department of Veterans Affairs: Observational Study Using Web Analytics Data. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e48365 View
  55. Berreta K, Nguyen C, Stoner A, Ridgeway L, Wilson A, Fadel N, Biber D. A RE-AIM Analysis of a Mental Health App for Undergraduate and Medical Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2023;20(13):6266 View
  56. de Moel-Mandel C, Lynch C, Issaka A, Braver J, Zisis G, Carrington M, Oldenburg B. Optimising the implementation of digital-supported interventions for the secondary prevention of heart disease: a systematic review using the RE-AIM planning and evaluation framework. BMC Health Services Research 2023;23(1) View
  57. Rakers M, van Hattem N, Plag S, Chavannes N, van Os H, Vos R. Population health interventions for cardiometabolic diseases in primary care: a scoping review and RE-AIM evaluation of current practices. Frontiers in Medicine 2024;10 View
  58. Manne S, Heckman C, Frederick S, Schaefer A, Studts C, Khavjou O, Honeycutt A, Berger A, Liu H. A Digital Intervention to Improve Skin Self-Examination Among Survivors of Melanoma: Protocol for a Type-1 Hybrid Effectiveness-Implementation Randomized Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2024;13:e52689 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Pereira L, Dias A, Queirós A, Rocha N. Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies. View
  2. Rocha N, Rodrigues dos Santos M, Cerqueira M, Queirós A. Research Anthology on Supporting Healthy Aging in a Digital Society. View