Published on in Vol 19, No 5 (2017): May

Ethics Considerations in Global Mobile Phone-Based Surveys of Noncommunicable Diseases: A Conceptual Exploration

Ethics Considerations in Global Mobile Phone-Based Surveys of Noncommunicable Diseases: A Conceptual Exploration

Ethics Considerations in Global Mobile Phone-Based Surveys of Noncommunicable Diseases: A Conceptual Exploration

Journals

  1. Ali J, DiStefano M, Coates McCall I, Gibson D, Al Kibria G, Pariyo G, Labrique A, Hyder A. Ethics of mobile phone surveys to monitor non-communicable disease risk factors in low- and middle-income countries: A global stakeholder survey. Global Public Health 2019;14(8):1167 View
  2. Sandoval-Gutiérrez J, Monraz-Pérez S, Benítez-Pérez R, Mireles-Cabodevila E. Utilidad de la telemedicina en las enfermedades respiratorias. NCT Neumología y Cirugía de Tórax 2020;79(1):12 View
  3. Torres-Quintero A, Vega A, Gibson D, Rodriguez-Patarroyo M, Puerto S, Pariyo G, Ali J, Hyder A, Labrique A, Selig H, Peñaloza R, Vecino-Ortiz A. Adaptation of a mobile phone health survey for risk factors for noncommunicable diseases in Colombia: a qualitative study. Global Health Action 2020;13(1):1809841 View
  4. Bernstein D, Agarwal-Harding K, Dyer G, Rozental T. Outcomes Measurement in Global Hand Surgery. The Journal of Hand Surgery 2020;45(9):865 View
  5. Rodriguez-Patarroyo M, Torres-Quintero A, Vecino-Ortiz A, Hallez K, Franco-Rodriguez A, Rueda Barrera E, Puerto S, Gibson D, Labrique A, Pariyo G, Ali J. Informed Consent for Mobile Phone Health Surveys in Colombia: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 2021;16(1-2):24 View
  6. Pariyo G, Wosu A, Gibson D, Labrique A, Ali J, Hyder A. Moving the Agenda on Noncommunicable Diseases: Policy Implications of Mobile Phone Surveys in Low and Middle-Income Countries. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(5):e115 View
  7. Rosskam E, Hyder A. Using mHealth to Predict Noncommunicable Diseases: A Public Health Opportunity for Low- and Middle-Income Countries. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(5):e129 View
  8. Ashigbie P, Rockers P, Laing R, Cabral H, Onyango M, Mboya J, Arends D, Wirtz V. Phone-based monitoring to evaluate health policy and program implementation in Kenya. Health Policy and Planning 2021;36(4):444 View
  9. Khalil K, Das P, Kammowanee R, Saluja D, Mitra P, Das S, Gharai D, Bhatt D, Kumar N, Franzen S. Ethical considerations of phone-based interviews from three studies of COVID-19 impact in Bihar, India. BMJ Global Health 2021;6(Suppl 5):e005981 View
  10. Gram I, Skeie G, Oyeyemi S, Borch K, Hopstock L, Løchen M. A Smartphone-Based Information Communication Technology Solution for Primary Modifiable Risk Factors for Noncommunicable Diseases: Pilot and Feasibility Study in Norway. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(2):e33636 View
  11. Gibson D, Kibria G, Pariyo G, Ahmed S, Ali J, Labrique A, Khan I, Rutebemberwa E, Flora M, Hyder A. Promised and Lottery Airtime Incentives to Improve Interactive Voice Response Survey Participation Among Adults in Bangladesh and Uganda: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(5):e36943 View
  12. Gibson D, Wosu A, Pariyo G, Ahmed S, Ali J, Labrique A, Khan I, Rutebemberwa E, Flora M, Hyder A. Effect of airtime incentives on response and cooperation rates in non-communicable disease interactive voice response surveys: randomised controlled trials in Bangladesh and Uganda. BMJ Global Health 2019;4(5):e001604 View
  13. Keddy K, Saha S, Kariuki S, Kalule J, Qamar F, Haq Z, Okeke I. Using big data and mobile health to manage diarrhoeal disease in children in low-income and middle-income countries: societal barriers and ethical implications. The Lancet Infectious Diseases 2022;22(5):e130 View
  14. Allen L, Mackinnon S, Gordon I, Blane D, Marques A, Gichuhi S, Mwangi A, Burton M, Bolster N, Macleod D, Kim M, Ramke J, Bastawrous A. Performance and Resource Requirements of In-Person, Voice Call, and Automated Telephone-Based Socioeconomic Data Collection Modalities for Community-Based Health Programs. JAMA Network Open 2022;5(11):e2243883 View
  15. Yu J, Juengst E. Do Groups Have Moral Standing in Unregulated mHealth Research?. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 2020;48(S1):122 View
  16. Ng A, Mohan D, Shah N, Scott K, Ummer O, Chamberlain S, Bhatnagar A, Dhar D, Agarwal S, Ved R, LeFevre A. Assessing the reliability of phone surveys to measure reproductive, maternal and child health knowledge among pregnant women in rural India: a feasibility study. BMJ Open 2022;12(3):e056076 View
  17. Pariyo G, Meghani A, Gibson D, Ali J, Labrique A, Khan I, Kibria G, Masanja H, Hyder A, Ahmed S. Effect of the Data Collection Method on Mobile Phone Survey Participation in Bangladesh and Tanzania: Secondary Analyses of a Randomized Crossover Trial. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e38774 View
  18. Labrique A, Nagarajan M, Kibria G, Vecino-Ortiz A, Pariyo G, Ali J, Kaufman M, Gibson D, Pry J. Improving success of non-communicable diseases mobile phone surveys: Results of two randomized trials testing interviewer gender and message valence in Bangladesh and Uganda. PLOS ONE 2023;18(5):e0285155 View
  19. Arita S, Ba M, Traoré Z, Bonnet E, Faye A, Ridde V. Use of interviewer-administered telephone surveys during infectious disease outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics: a scoping review. BMJ Global Health 2023;8(5):e011109 View
  20. Trovato M, Al-Akl N, Ali D. Understanding Syrian migration in Lebanon: a methodological framework. Open Research Europe 2023;3:137 View
  21. Solorzano-Barrera C, Rodriguez-Patarroyo M, Tórres-Quintero A, Guzman-Tordecilla D, Franco-Rodriguez A, Maniar V, Shrestha P, Vecino-Ortiz A, Pariyo G, Gibson D, Ali J. Recruiting hard-to-reach populations via respondent driven sampling for mobile phone surveys in Colombia: a qualitative study. Global Health Action 2024;17(1) View