Use of Mobile Devices to Measure Outcomes in Clinical Research, 2010–2016: A Systematic Literature Review

@inproceedings{Perry2018UseOM,
  title={Use of Mobile Devices to Measure Outcomes in Clinical Research, 2010–2016: A Systematic Literature Review},
  author={Brian James Perry and Will Herrington and Jennifer C. Goldsack and Cheryl A. Grandinetti and Kaveeta P. Vasisht and Martin J Landray and Lauren Bataille and Robert A. DiCicco and Corey K. Bradley and Ashish Narayan and Elektra J. Papadopoulos and Nirav Sheth and Ken Skodacek and Komathi Stem and Theresa V. Strong and Marc K. Walton and Amy Corneli},
  booktitle={Digital biomarkers},
  year={2018}
}
Background The use of mobile devices in clinical research has advanced substantially in recent years due to the rapid pace of technology development. With an overall aim of informing the future use of mobile devices in interventional clinical research to measure primary outcomes, we conducted a systematic review of the use of and clinical outcomes measured by mobile devices (mobile outcomes) in observational and interventional clinical research. Method We conducted a PubMed search using a… CONTINUE READING
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