Published on in Vol 19, No 7 (2017): July

Adolescents’ Perspectives on Personalized E-Feedback in the Context of Health Risk Behavior Screening for Primary Care: Qualitative Study

Adolescents’ Perspectives on Personalized E-Feedback in the Context of Health Risk Behavior Screening for Primary Care: Qualitative Study

Adolescents’ Perspectives on Personalized E-Feedback in the Context of Health Risk Behavior Screening for Primary Care: Qualitative Study

Journals

  1. Richardson L, Zhou C, Gersh E, Spielvogle H, Taylor J, McCarty C. Effect of Electronic Screening With Personalized Feedback on Adolescent Health Risk Behaviors in a Primary Care Setting. JAMA Network Open 2019;2(5):e193581 View
  2. McCarty C, Gersh E, Katzman K, Lee C, Sucato G, Richardson L. Screening and Brief Intervention with Adolescents with Risky Alcohol Use in School-Based Health Centers: A Randomized Clinical Trial of the Check Yourself Tool. Substance Abuse 2019;40(4):510 View
  3. Shafii T, Benson S, Morrison D. Brief Motivational Interviewing Delivered by Clinician or Computer to Reduce Sexual Risk Behaviors in Adolescents: Acceptability Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(7):e13220 View
  4. Radovic A, McCarty C, Katzman K, Richardson L. Adolescents’ Perspectives on Using Technology for Health: Qualitative Study. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2018;1(1):e2 View
  5. Tieu L, Hobbs A, Sarkar U, Nacev E, Lyles C. Adapting Patient Experience Data Collection Processes for Lower Literacy Patient Populations Using Tablets at the Point of Care. Medical Care 2019;57(Suppl 2):S140 View
  6. Dillon C, Lochman J. Correcting for norm misperception of anti-bullying attitudes. International Journal of Behavioral Development 2022;46(5):443 View
  7. Richardson L, Parker E, Zhou C, Kientz J, Ozer E, McCarty C. Electronic Health Risk Behavior Screening With Integrated Feedback Among Adolescents in Primary Care: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(3):e24135 View
  8. Radovic A, Anderson N, Hamm M, George-Milford B, Fascetti C, Engster S, Lindhiem O. Perceived Facilitators of and Barriers to Implementation of a Decision Support Tool for Adolescent Depression and Suicidality Screening: Focus Group and Interview Study. JMIR Mental Health 2021;8(9):e26035 View
  9. Glasner J, Baltag V, Ambresin A. Previsit Multidomain Psychosocial Screening Tools for Adolescents and Young Adults: A Systematic Review. Journal of Adolescent Health 2021;68(3):449 View
  10. Thomas-Smith S, Klein E, Strelitz B, Jensen J, Parker E, Richardson L, McCarty C, Shafii T. Electronic Screening for Adolescent Risk Behaviors in the Emergency Department: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine 2022;23(6) View
  11. Radovic A, Badawy S. Technology Use for Adolescent Health and Wellness. Pediatrics 2020;145(Supplement_2):S186 View
  12. Willis V, Thomas Craig K, Jabbarpour Y, Scheufele E, Arriaga Y, Ajinkya M, Rhee K, Bazemore A. Digital Health Interventions to Enhance Prevention in Primary Care: Scoping Review. JMIR Medical Informatics 2022;10(1):e33518 View
  13. Kahn N, Katzman K, Danzo S, McCarty C, Richardson L, Ford C. Triadic Collaboration Between Adolescents, Caregivers, and Health-Care Providers to Promote Healthy Behavior. Journal of Adolescent Health 2024;74(2):358 View
  14. Fair M, Decker J, Fiks A, Mayne S, Morales K, Williamson A, Mitchell J. Optimizing intervention components for sleep promotion in children in the context of obesity prevention: the SLEEPY 2.0 study protocol. Frontiers in Sleep 2023;2 View
  15. Fraser J, Askew D, Mahoney R, Spurling G. The acceptability and utility of Indigenous youth health assessments: a narrative systematic review. Australian Journal of Primary Health 2023;29(4):296 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Leanza F, Alani R. Technology and Adolescent Health. View