Published on in Vol 23, No 1 (2021): January

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/17691, first published .
Possibilities, Problems, and Perspectives of Data Collection by Mobile Apps in Longitudinal Epidemiological Studies: Scoping Review

Possibilities, Problems, and Perspectives of Data Collection by Mobile Apps in Longitudinal Epidemiological Studies: Scoping Review

Possibilities, Problems, and Perspectives of Data Collection by Mobile Apps in Longitudinal Epidemiological Studies: Scoping Review

Authors of this article:

Florian Fischer1, 2, 3 Author Orcid Image ;   Sina Kleen3 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Srikanth N, Rana R, Singhal R, Jameela S, Singh R, Khanduri S, Tripathi A, Goel S, Chhatre L, Chandra A, Rao B, Dhiman K. Mobile App–Reported Use of Traditional Medicine for Maintenance of Health in India During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Cross-sectional Questionnaire Study. JMIRx Med 2021;2(2):e25703 View
  2. Franzmair J, Diesner-Treiber S, Voitl J, Voitl P. Effective German and English Language mHealth Apps for Self-management of Bronchial Asthma in Children and Adolescents: Comparison Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(5):e24907 View
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  8. Lea A, Altschuler A, Leibowitz A, Levine-Hall T, McNeely J, Silverberg M, Satre D. Patient and provider perspectives on self-administered electronic substance use and mental health screening in HIV primary care. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice 2022;17(1) View
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  11. . MindKind: A mixed-methods protocol for the feasibility of global digital mental health studies in young people. Wellcome Open Research 2022;6:275 View
  12. Brady B, Zhou S, Ashworth D, Zheng L, Eramudugolla R, Huque M, Anstey K. A Technology-Enriched Approach to Studying Microlongitudinal Aging Among Adults Aged 18 to 85 Years: Protocol for the Labs Without Walls Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2023;12:e47053 View
  13. Sieberts S, Burn A, Carey E, Carlson S, Fernandes B, Kalha J, Lindani S, Marten C, Neelakantan L, Ranganathan S, Sams N, Scanlan E, Shah H, Sumant S, Suver C, Tummalacherla M, Velloza J, Areán P, Collins P, Fazel M, Ford T, Freeman M, Pathare S, Zingela Z, Doerr M. Targeted recruitment and the role of choice in the engagement of youth in a randomised smartphone-based mental health study in India, South Africa, and the UK: results from the MindKind Study. Wellcome Open Research 2023;8:334 View
  14. Pizzutilo E, Romanò R, Roazzi L, Agostara A, Oresti S, Zeppellini A, Giannetta L, Cerea G, Signorelli D, Siena S, Sartore-Bianchi A. Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors and the Exposome: Host-Extrinsic Factors Determine Response, Survival, and Toxicity. Cancer Research 2023;83(14):2283 View
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  17. Kenning C, Bower P, Small N, Ali S, Brown B, Dempsey K, Mackey E, McMillan B, Sanders C, Serafimova I, Van der Veer S, Dixon W, McBeth J. Users’ views on the use of a smartwatch app to collect daily symptom data in individuals with multiple long-term conditions (Multimorbidity): A qualitative study. Journal of Multimorbidity and Comorbidity 2024;14 View
  18. Cáceres Rivera D, Rojas L, Rojas L, Gomez D, Castro Ruiz D, López Romero L. Using Principles of Digital Development for a Smartphone App to Support Data Collection in Patients With Acute Myocardial Infarction and Physical Activity Intolerance: Case Study. JMIR Formative Research 2024;8:e33868 View
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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Casas L, Dumas O, Le Moual N. Asthma in the 21st Century. View