Published on in Vol 6, No 1 (2022): Jan-Jun

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/33839, first published .
The Use of Mobile Apps for Heart Failure Self-management: Systematic Review of Experimental and Qualitative Studies

The Use of Mobile Apps for Heart Failure Self-management: Systematic Review of Experimental and Qualitative Studies

The Use of Mobile Apps for Heart Failure Self-management: Systematic Review of Experimental and Qualitative Studies

Journals

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  2. Bezerra Giordan L, Ronto R, Chau J, Chow C, Laranjo L. Use of Mobile Apps in Heart Failure Self-management: Qualitative Study Exploring the Patient and Primary Care Clinician Perspective. JMIR Cardio 2022;6(1):e33992 View
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  4. Schmaderer M, Struwe L, Loecker C, Lier L, Lundgren S, Pozehl B, Zimmerman L. Feasibility, Acceptability, and Intervention Description of a Mobile Health Intervention in Patients With Heart Failure. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing 2023;38(5):481 View
  5. Bernard R, Seijas V, Davis M, Volkova A, Diviani N, Lüscher J, Sabariego C. Mobile Health Self-management Support for Spinal Cord Injury: Systematic Literature Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2023;11:e42679 View
  6. Son Y, Kim S, Lee W, Won H, Cho J, Hong J, Choi H, Kim D, Lim A, Kim H. The effects of a 24‐week interactive text message‐based mobile health intervention for enhancing self‐care behaviours of patients with heart failure: A quasi‐experimental study. Nursing Open 2023;10(9):6309 View
  7. Fotteler M, Kocar T, Dallmeier D, Kohn B, Mayer S, Waibel A, Swoboda W, Denkinger M. Use and benefit of information, communication, and assistive technology among community-dwelling older adults – a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health 2023;23(1) View
  8. Camino Ortega E, Baroja Gil de Gómez A, González Gamarra A, Cuevas-Budhart M, García Klepzig J, Gómez del Pulgar García-Madrid M. Educación terapéutica en insuficiencia cardiaca mediante e-Salud: revisión sistemática. Atención Primaria 2023;55(11):102734 View
  9. Gajewski P, Błaziak M, Urban S, Garus M, Braunschweig F, Caldeira D, Gawor A, Greenwood J, Guzik M, Halfwerk F, Iwanek G, Jarocki M, Jura M, Krzystek-Korpacka M, Lewandowski Ł, Lund L, Matysiak M, Pinto F, Sleziak J, Wietrzyk W, Sokolski M, Biegus J, Ponikowski P, Zymliński R. Sex-stratified patterns of emergency cardiovascular admissions prior and during the COVID-19 pandemic. Scientific Reports 2023;13(1) View
  10. Ramachandran M, Brinton C, Wiljer D, Upshur R, Gray C. The impact of eHealth on relationships and trust in primary care: a review of reviews. BMC Primary Care 2023;24(1) View
  11. Singh B, Hazra P, Roy S, Garg R, Bhat S, Patki N, Gharat C, Patel K, Tandel J. Exploring the Need and Benefits of Digital Therapeutics (DTx) for the Management of Heart Failure in India. Cureus 2023 View
  12. Chen J, Luo W, Yang X, Xiao J, Zhan B, Liu Y, Wu Y. Self‐management theories, models and frameworks in patients with chronic heart failure: A scoping review. Nursing Open 2024;11(1) View
  13. Azizi Z, Golbus J, Spaulding E, Hwang P, Ciminelli A, Lacar K, Hernandez M, Gilotra N, Din N, Brant L, Au R, Beaton A, Nallamothu B, Longenecker C, Martin S, Dorsch M, Sandhu A. Challenge of Optimizing Medical Therapy in Heart Failure: Unlocking the Potential of Digital Health and Patient Engagement. Journal of the American Heart Association 2024;13(2) View