Published on in Vol 18 , No 6 (2016) :Jun

Health-Specific Information and Communication Technology Use and Its Relationship to Obesity in High-Poverty, Urban Communities: Analysis of a Population-Based Biosocial Survey

Health-Specific Information and Communication Technology Use and Its Relationship to Obesity in High-Poverty, Urban Communities: Analysis of a Population-Based Biosocial Survey

Health-Specific Information and Communication Technology Use and Its Relationship to Obesity in High-Poverty, Urban Communities: Analysis of a Population-Based Biosocial Survey

Journals

  1. Avilés-Santa M, Hsu L, Lam T, Arteaga S, Artiles L, Coady S, Cooper L, Curry J, Desvigne-Nickens P, Nicastro H, Rosario A. Funding of Hispanic/Latino Health-Related Research by the National Institutes of Health: An Analysis of the Portfolio of Research Program Grants on Six Health Topic Areas. Frontiers in Public Health 2020;8 View
  2. Levine J. The Application of Wearable Technologies to Improve Healthcare in the World’s Poorest People. Technology and Investment 2017;08(02):83 View
  3. Haddadi T, Mourabit T, Haddadi A. Sustainable public procurement in morocco: An investigative survey regarding tender preparation. Sustainable Production and Consumption 2021;26:33 View
  4. Leung R. Increasing the Impact of JMIR Journals in the Attention Economy. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(10):e16172 View
  5. Dai H, Alsalhe T, Chalghaf N, Riccò M, Bragazzi N, Wu J, Wareham N. The global burden of disease attributable to high body mass index in 195 countries and territories, 1990–2017: An analysis of the Global Burden of Disease Study. PLOS Medicine 2020;17(7):e1003198 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Berezhnaya E, Bondarev V, Zazulina Y, Koloskova N, Strichko A. The Future of the Global Financial System: Downfall or Harmony. View
  2. Wickramasinghe N. Handbook of Research on Optimizing Healthcare Management Techniques. View