mHealth for Schizophrenia: Patient Engagement With a Mobile Phone Intervention Following Hospital Discharge

@inproceedings{BenZeev2016mHealthFS,
  title={mHealth for Schizophrenia: Patient Engagement With a Mobile Phone Intervention Following Hospital Discharge},
  author={Dror Ben-Zeev and Emily A. Scherer and Jennifer D Gottlieb and Armando J Rotondi and Mary F Brunette and Eric D Achtyes and Kim T Mueser and Susan Gingerich and Christopher J Brenner and Mark Begale and David C. Mohr and Nina Schooler and Patricia Marcy and Delbert G Robinson and John M. Kane},
  booktitle={JMIR mental health},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND mHealth interventions that use mobile phones as instruments for illness management are gaining popularity. Research examining mobile phone‒based mHealth programs for people with psychosis has shown that these approaches are feasible, acceptable, and clinically promising. However, most mHealth initiatives involving people with schizophrenia have spanned periods ranging from a few days to several weeks and have typically involved participants who were clinically stable. OBJECTIVE Our… CONTINUE READING
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