A recent study shows a lack of literature for apps designed to help patients with mental health issues.
Tag: Journal of Medical Internet Research
Youtube has many educational videos for patients on multiple disease states. However, a recent study looking at the cases of videos relating to anorexia, may lead to medical misinformation being spread.
iMedicalApps and the 2013 Medicine 2.0 congress are announcing the second iMedicalApps & Medicine 2.0 mHealth Research Award, to be presented at the September 2013 conference.
Open mHealth is a new not for-profit organization which according to the researchers will create an “open software architecture for mHealth” and catalyze an “open community of developers, clinicians, researchers, and entrtepreneurs to build and reuse Open mHealth modules across a broad range of mHealth applications, disease conditions, and user populations.”
The abstract submission deadline for the September 2012 Medicine 2.0 congress in 2012 has been extended by one week to March 14 to allow researchers additional time for those who had technical issues with the submission process. The response thus far has been tremendous with over 300 abstracts submitted for peer review, already double the […]
By Perry Payne, MD & Felasfa Wodajo MD iMedicalApps and the 2012 Medicine 2.0 congress are announcing the iMedicalApps & Medicine 2.0 mHealth Research Award, to be presented at the September 2012 Medicine 2.0 Congress. Medicine 2.0 is the premier conference for health, medicine and biomedical researchers and clinicians on social media, mobile apps, and […]
A recent article published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research focused on the development of better standards for reporting randomized controlled trials (RCTs) that use web-based or mobile health interventions.