Published on in Vol 22 , No 3 (2020) :March

Assessing Real-Time Moderation for Developing Adaptive Mobile Health Interventions for Medical Interns: Micro-Randomized Trial

Assessing Real-Time Moderation for Developing Adaptive Mobile Health Interventions for Medical Interns: Micro-Randomized Trial

Assessing Real-Time Moderation for Developing Adaptive Mobile Health Interventions for Medical Interns: Micro-Randomized Trial

Journals

  1. Walch O. Putting it all together: Connecting mobile technology to systems biology. Current Opinion in Systems Biology 2020;22:16 View
  2. Liu J, Goetz J, Sen S, Tewari A. Learning From Others Without Sacrificing Privacy: Simulation Comparing Centralized and Federated Machine Learning on Mobile Health Data. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(3):e23728 View
  3. Bowman C, Huang Y, Walch O, Fang Y, Frank E, Tyler J, Mayer C, Stockbridge C, Goldstein C, Sen S, Forger D. A method for characterizing daily physiology from widely used wearables. Cell Reports Methods 2021:100058 View