Patient-Centered mHealth Living Donor Transplant Education Program for African Americans: Development and Analysis

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BACKGROUND There is a critical need to expand the pool of available kidneys for African Americans who are on the transplant wait-list due to the disproportionally lower availability of deceased donor kidneys compared with other races/ethnic groups. Encouraging living donation is one method to fill this need. Incorporating mHealth strategies may be a way to… (More)
DOI: 10.2196/resprot.3715

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@inproceedings{Sieverdes2015PatientCenteredML, title={Patient-Centered mHealth Living Donor Transplant Education Program for African Americans: Development and Analysis}, author={John Christopher Sieverdes and Lynne S. Nemeth and Gayenell S Magwood and Prabhakar K Baliga and Kenneth D Chavin and Brenda M. Brunner-Jackson and Sachin K. Patel and Kenneth J. Ruggiero and Frank A Treiber}, booktitle={JMIR research protocols}, year={2015} }