Abstract: Optimal diabetes management involves considerable behavioural modification, while nonadherence contributes significantly to po
Abstract: Developing countries face steady growth in the prevalence of chronic diseases, along with a continued burden
In 2008, the Ad-din Hospital recognized that many women in Dhaka were failing to access emergency obstetric care and established a low-c
Based on recent World Health Organization reports, almost three quarters of the world population does not have access to medical imaging
This article discusses a study that offered free rapid HIV testing and sexual health screening to users actively logged onto their Faceb
A smoking cessation program was developed in New York City to reach male Chinese restaurant staff.
We investigated the feasibility of using mobile phone text messaging (SMS) to promote adherence to antiretroviral therapy among HIV-infe
Health services have an opportunity for advancement with the advent of health information technologies (HIT).
Limited health service provision in many developing countries is exemplified by the shortage of skilled health workers.
This document examines the outcomes of the May 2011 two-day workshop for mHealth stakeholders.
Few rural minorities participate in HIV clinical trials. Mobile health units (MHUs) may be one strategy to increase participation.
Cardiovascular disease has emerged to be one of leading causes of death in 2010 as reported by the World Health Organization, while diab
Abstract: BACKGROUND: Internet tools, cell phones, and other information and communication technologies are being used
OBJECTIVES: Antiretroviral treatment (ART) scale-up in sub-Saharan Africa has made it possible to investigate the maintenance of adheren
The objectives of this second report are to:
Despite the high usage of mobile phones for commercial and personal use in India, the full potentional of mobile phone application in th
The study sought to assess use of cell-phones in a routine malaria prevention and control program, to improve the management of malaria
Abstract: Personal digital assistants (PDAs) are extending how we use software normally associated with desktop and lap
BACKGROUND: Mobile phone technology has demonstrated the potential to improve health service delivery, but there is little guidance to i
Summary: The World Bank is challenging the public to create innovative software applications that move us a step closer
Compendium of New and Emerging Health Technologies (WHO)
mBCC Field Guide
Clinical Trials.gov map of mobile phone studies
Striving and Surviving: Exploring the Lives of Women at the Base of the Pyramid
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