Best Android medical apps for physicians
Author: JMIR Guest Contribution
Clinicians at McMasters University surveyed the evidence for stroke rehab apps to guide development of an evidence-based stroke app for patients.
A new study has shown that using checklists to evaluate medical app quality leads to widely varying results, even when done by clinical experts.
Researchers are testing an app to predict risk of death in kids when being discharged from hospitals in resource limited settings.
Researchers develop & test an app to support use of an advanced diagnostic test for rapid diagnosis of positive blood cultures.
Researchers asked a group of patients for their perspectives on the effectiveness of diet and exercise apps.
Researchers who developed a health app intended to help prevent vitamin D deficiency share tips on designing complex messaging apps.
Engaging the community could help improve the efficacy of digital health programs.
In a country where language barriers are incredibly common, a recent study tried to use text messaging to educate patients about hypertension.
Researchers asked smokers and clinicians what features they would want smoking cessation apps to have.
Penn State researchers designed an app to improve use of protective gear among at risk farmworkers.
Study asked nurses about how use of an iPhone & apps affected their communication with patients.
Study uses high frequency, phone-based surveys to understand why people smoke when then do.
A new study pilots the use of an app to continue rehab therapy after patients with lung disease finish pulmonary rehabilitation.
Review identifies several useful, evidence-based apps that providers may choose to recommend.
How to create a text messaging medical app and platforms.
Study reviews the best best loss apps currently available.
A new study has shown promising results for a depression app, MoodHacker, in symptom improvement and education.
A new study asked 1,600 people about their health app use and whether they would pay for one.
Swedish researchers describe the design and use of an app to more effectively follow patients who have same-day surgery.
A recent study tested the use of the COGNI-TRAcK app to deliver personalized cognitive rehab to patients with multiple sclerosis.