Published on in Vol 20, No 12 (2018): December

Using a Mobile Social Networking App to Promote Physical Activity: A Qualitative Study of Users’ Perspectives

Using a Mobile Social Networking App to Promote Physical Activity: A Qualitative Study of Users’ Perspectives

Using a Mobile Social Networking App to Promote Physical Activity: A Qualitative Study of Users’ Perspectives

Journals

  1. Stassen G, Grieben C, Froböse I, Schaller A. Engagement with a Web-Based Health Promotion Intervention among Vocational School Students: A Secondary User and Usage Analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(7):2180 View
  2. Garrido S, Cheers D, Boydell K, Nguyen Q, Schubert E, Dunne L, Meade T. Young People's Response to Six Smartphone Apps for Anxiety and Depression: Focus Group Study. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(10):e14385 View
  3. Charbonneau D, Hightower S, Katz A, Zhang K, Abrams J, Senft N, Beebe-Dimmer J, Heath E, Eaton T, Thompson H. Smartphone apps for cancer: A content analysis of the digital health marketplace. DIGITAL HEALTH 2020;6:205520762090541 View
  4. Steinmetz M, Rammos C, Rassaf T, Lortz J. Digital interventions in the treatment of cardiovascular risk factors and atherosclerotic vascular disease. IJC Heart & Vasculature 2020;26:100470 View
  5. Laranjo L, Ding D, Heleno B, Kocaballi B, Quiroz J, Tong H, Chahwan B, Neves A, Gabarron E, Dao K, Rodrigues D, Neves G, Antunes M, Coiera E, Bates D. Do smartphone applications and activity trackers increase physical activity in adults? Systematic review, meta-analysis and metaregression. British Journal of Sports Medicine 2021;55(8):422 View
  6. Laranjo L, Quiroz J, Tong H, Arevalo Bazalar M, Coiera E. A Mobile Social Networking App for Weight Management and Physical Activity Promotion: Results From an Experimental Mixed Methods Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(12):e19991 View
  7. Chang L, Chattopadhyay K, Li J, Xu M, Li L. Interplay of Support, Comparison, and Surveillance in Social Media Weight Management Interventions: Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(3):e19239 View
  8. Su Z, McDonnell D, Wen J, Cheshmehzangi A, Ahmad J, Goh E, Li X, Šegalo S, Mackert M, Xiang Y, Wang P. Young adults’ preferences for influenza vaccination campaign messages: Implications for COVID-19 vaccine intervention design and development. Brain, Behavior, & Immunity - Health 2021:100261 View
  9. Mooses K, Taveter K. Agent-Oriented Goal Models in Developing Information Systems Supporting Physical Activity Among Adolescents: Literature Review and Expert Interviews. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(5):e24810 View
  10. Spohrer K, Fallon M, Hoehle H, Heinzl A. Designing Effective Mobile Health Apps: Does Combining Behavior Change Techniques Really Create Synergies?. Journal of Management Information Systems 2021;38(2):517 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Khan Z, Ahmed R, Sen D. Privacy Concerns Surrounding Personal Information Sharing on Health and Fitness Mobile Apps. View
  2. Khan Z, Ahmed R, Sen D. Research Anthology on Securing Mobile Technologies and Applications. View
  3. Khan Z, Ahmed R, Sen D. Research Anthology on Privatizing and Securing Data. View