Published on in Vol 15, No 4 (2013): April

Using Social Networking to Understand Social Networks: Analysis of a Mobile Phone Closed User Group Used by a Ghanaian Health Team

Using Social Networking to Understand Social Networks: Analysis of a Mobile Phone Closed User Group Used by a Ghanaian Health Team

Using Social Networking to Understand Social Networks: Analysis of a Mobile Phone Closed User Group Used by a Ghanaian Health Team

Journals

  1. Asangansi I. Is mHealth Disrupting the Status Quo? Evidence from Implementations Highlighting Network vs. Hierarchical Institutional Logics. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries 2016;72(1):1 View
  2. Kaonga N, Labrique A, Mechael P, Akosah E, Ohemeng-Dapaah S, Baah J, Kodie R, Kanter A, Levine O. Mobile phones and social structures: an exploration of a closed user group in rural Ghana. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2013;13(1) View
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  4. Vasudevan L, Schroeder K, Raveendran Y, Goel K, Makarushka C, Masalu N, Zullig L. Using digital health to facilitate compliance with standardized pediatric cancer treatment guidelines in Tanzania: protocol for an early-stage effectiveness-implementation hybrid study. BMC Cancer 2020;20(1) View
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  6. Xu R, Cavallo D. Social Network Analysis of the Effects of a Social Media–Based Weight Loss Intervention Targeting Adults of Low Socioeconomic Status: Single-Arm Intervention Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(4):e24690 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Vasudevan L, Zeller K, Labrique A. Digital Health. View