Published on in Vol 20, No 9 (2018): September

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10035, first published .
Mobile App Use by Primary Care Patients to Manage Their Depressive Symptoms: Qualitative Study

Mobile App Use by Primary Care Patients to Manage Their Depressive Symptoms: Qualitative Study

Mobile App Use by Primary Care Patients to Manage Their Depressive Symptoms: Qualitative Study

Journals

  1. Lin J, Chadi N, Shrier L. Mindfulness-based interventions for adolescent health. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2019;31(4):469 View
  2. Marshall J, Dunstan D, Bartik W. The Digital Psychiatrist: In Search of Evidence-Based Apps for Anxiety and Depression. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2019;10 View
  3. Arnold C, Williams A, Thomas N. Engaging With a Web-Based Psychosocial Intervention for Psychosis: Qualitative Study of User Experiences. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(6):e16730 View
  4. Lagan S, Aquino P, Emerson M, Fortuna K, Walker R, Torous J. Actionable health app evaluation: translating expert frameworks into objective metrics. npj Digital Medicine 2020;3(1) View
  5. Zhang Z, Li F, Zhang H, Miao Z, Wei Y, Wang L, Zhang S. Development and Testing of a Mobile Phone App for Risk Estimation of Gas Volume Expansion and Intraocular Pressure Elevation in Patients With Intravitreous Gas or Air Tamponade: Interobserver Assessment Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(6):e14592 View
  6. Szinay D, Jones A, Chadborn T, Brown J, Naughton F. Influences on the Uptake of and Engagement With Health and Well-Being Smartphone Apps: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(5):e17572 View
  7. Aryana B, Brewster L, Nocera J. Design for mobile mental health: an exploratory review. Health and Technology 2019;9(4):401 View
  8. Marshall J, Dunstan D, Bartik W. Clinical or gimmickal: The use and effectiveness of mobile mental health apps for treating anxiety and depression. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 2020;54(1):20 View
  9. Mayer G, Gronewold N, Alvarez S, Bruns B, Hilbel T, Schultz J. Acceptance and Expectations of Medical Experts, Students, and Patients Toward Electronic Mental Health Apps: Cross-Sectional Quantitative and Qualitative Survey Study. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(11):e14018 View
  10. Schlage J, Perich T. Mental health mobile application usage in young adults with a family history of mental illness. Australian Psychologist 2020;55(6):660 View
  11. Patoz M, Hidalgo-Mazzei D, Blanc O, Verdolini N, Pacchiarotti I, Murru A, Zukerwar L, Vieta E, Llorca P, Samalin L. Patient and physician perspectives of a smartphone application for depression: a qualitative study. BMC Psychiatry 2021;21(1) View
  12. Morton E, Torous J, Murray G, Michalak E. Using apps for bipolar disorder – An online survey of healthcare provider perspectives and practices. Journal of Psychiatric Research 2021;137:22 View
  13. Borghouts J, Eikey E, Mark G, De Leon C, Schueller S, Schneider M, Stadnick N, Zheng K, Mukamel D, Sorkin D. Barriers to and Facilitators of User Engagement With Digital Mental Health Interventions: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(3):e24387 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Skudder-Hill L, De Sarkar Ghosh S. Good Health and Well-Being. View
  2. Trocin C, Croda E. Impacts of Information Technology on Patient Care and Empowerment. View
  3. Trocin C, Croda E. Research Anthology on Improving Health Literacy Through Patient Communication and Mass Media. View