eHealth/mHealth Trial Methodology
Trials and other methodologies used to evaluate the acceptability, effectiveness, and/or safety of eHealth/mHealth interventions.
eHealth/mHealth, also known as digital health interventions (DHI), are interventions that deliver healthcare via digital technologies such as smartphones, websites, text messaging, or mobile applications (apps). They are complex interventions, typically incorporating a number of active components, and are used across a wide range of conditions, including health promotion, physiotherapy, and self-management of long-term conditions including mental health. They have the potential to increase access to effective, safe, highly cost-effective, convenient, and confidential care with less resource. Although not everyone will be able to use them, DHI may help reduce health inequalities for underserved populations if they increase virtual access to support and treatment and/or by using videos and...
References and Further Reading
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