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2 Responses to “Research

  1. Ryan Hansen

    Here is an interesting article that Fred highlighted earlier in the announcements:
    Boschen, MJ & Casey, LM. (2008) The use of mobile telephones as adjuncts to
    cognitive behavioral psychotherapy. Professional Psychology: Research and
    Practice, 39(5), 546-552.

  2. Fred Muench

    Some SMS articles — there are some new ones as well which I will post soon including a great SMS EMA article with smokers.

    Boschen, MJ & Casey, LM. (2008) The use of mobile telephones as adjuncts to cognitive behavioral psychotherapy. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 39(5), 546-552.

    Downer, S.R., Meara, J.G., & DaCosta, A.C. (2005). Use of SMS text-messaging to improve outpatient attendance. The Medical Journal of Australia, 183(7), 366-368.

    Ferrer-Roca, O., Cãrdenas, A., Diaz-Cardama, A., & Pulido, P. (2004). Mobile phone text messaging in the management of diabetes. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 10(5), 282-285.

    Franklin, V.L., Greene, A., Waller, A., Greene, S.A., & Pagliari, C. (2008). Patients’ engagement with “Sweet Talk” – a text messaging support system for young people with diabetes. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 10(2), e20.

    Fogg, B. J., & Adler, R. (2009). Texting 4 Health. Stanford, California, Stanford Captology Media.

    Haller, D., Sanci, L., Sawyer S., Coffey, C., & Patton, G. (2006). R U OK 2 TXT 4 RESEARCH?–feasibility of text message communication in primary care research. Australian Family Physician, 35(3), 175-176.

    Joo, N.S. & Kim, B.T. (2007). Mobile phone short message service messaging for behaviour modification in a community-based weight control programme in Korea. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 13(8), 416-420.

    Kim, H.S. & Jeong, H.S. (2007). A nurse short message service by cellular phone in type-2 diabetic patients for six months. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 16(6), 1082-1087.

    Koshy, E., Car, J., & Majeed, A. (2008). Effectiveness of mobile-phone short message service (SMS) reminders for ophthalmology outpatient appointments: observational study. BMC Ophthalmology. 8, 9.

    Leong, K.C., Chen, W.S., Leong, K.W., Mastura, I., Mimi, O., Sheikh, M.A., Zailinawati, A.H., Ng, C.J., Phua, K.L., & Teng C.L. The use of text messaging to improve attendance in primary care: a randomised controlled trial. Family Practice, 23, 699-705.

    Obermayer, J.L., Riley, W.T., Asif, O., & Jean-Mary, J. (2004). College smoking-cessation using cell phone text messaging. Journal of American College Health, 53(2), 71-78.

    Ostojic, V., Cvoriscec, B., Ostojic, S.B., Reznikoff, D., Stipic-Markovic, A., & Tudjman, Z. (2005). Improving asthma control through telemedicine: a study of short-message service. Telemedical Journal of E-Health, 11(1), 28-35.

    Shapiro, J. R. & Bauer, S. (in press). Use of SMS-based interventions to enhance CBT. In J. Bennett, H. Christensen, P. Farrand, K. Griffiths, D. Kavanagh, B. Klein, M. Lau, J. Proudfoot, D. Richards, J. White & C. Williams (Eds.), Oxford Guide to Low Intensity CBT Interventions. Oxford University Press.

    Patrick K, Raab F, Adams MA, Dillon L, Zabinski M, Rock CL, Griswold WG, Norman GJ. (2009). A text message-based intervention for weight loss: randomized controlled trial. J Med Internet Res, 13;11(1):e1.

    Patrick, K., Griswold, W.G., Raab, F., & Intille, S.S. (2008). Health and the mobile phone. American Journal of Preventative Medicine, 35(2), 177-181.

    Rodgers, A., Corbett, T., Bramley, D., Riddell, T., Wills, M., Lin, R.B., & Jones, M., Do u smoke after txt? Results of a randomised trial of smoking cessation using mobile phone text messaging. Tobacco Control 2005;14:255-261

    Weitzel, J. A., Bernhardt, J. M., Usdan, S., Mays, D., & Glanz, K. (2007). Using wireless handheld computers and tailored text messaging to reduce negative consequences of drinking alcohol. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 68, 534?537.

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