Dose-Response Effects of the Text 4 baby Mobile Health Program : Randomized Controlled Trial

  title={Dose-Response Effects of the Text 4 baby Mobile Health Program : Randomized Controlled Trial},
  author={William Evans and Peter E Nielsen and Daniel R Szekely and Jasmine W Bihm and Elizabeth A Murray and Jeremy Snider and Lorien C Abroms},
Background: Mobile health (mHealth) is growing rapidly, but more studies are needed on how to optimize programs, including optimal timing of messaging, dose of exposure, and value of interactive features. This study evaluates final outcomes of text4baby (a text message service for pregnant and postpartum women) from a randomized trial performed in a population of pregnant female soldiers and family members. Objective: The study aims were to evaluate (1) treatment effects and (2) dose-response… CONTINUE READING
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