mHealth for mental health: Integrating smartphone technology in behavioral healthcare.

@article{Luxton2011mHealthFM,
  title={mHealth for mental health: Integrating smartphone technology in behavioral healthcare.},
  author={David D. Luxton and Russell A. McCann and Nigel E Bush and Matthew C. Mishkind and Greg M. Reger},
  journal={Professional Psychology: Research and Practice},
  year={2011},
  volume={42},
  pages={505-512}
}
The rapid growth in the use of smartphones has opened a new world of opportunities for use in behavioral health care. Mobile phone software applications (apps) are available for a variety of useful tasks to include symptom assessment, psychoeducation, resource location, and tracking of treatment progress. The latest two-way communication functionality of smartphones also brings new capabilities for telemental health. There is very little information available, however, regarding the integration… Expand

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