Tong HL, Coiera E, Laranjo L. Using a mobile social networking app to promote physical activity: a qualitative study of users’ perspectives. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 2018; 20(12):e11439.

Background: Despite many health benefits of physical activity, nearly a third of the world’s adult population is insufficiently active. Technological interventions, such as mobile apps, wearable trackers, and Web-based social networks, offer great promise in promoting physical activity, but little is known about users’ acceptability and long-term engagement with these interventions. Objective: The aim of

Arguel A, Perez‐Concha O, Li SY, Lau AY. Theoretical approaches of online social network interventions and implications for behavioural change: a systematic review. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 2018; 24(1):212-21.

Rational, aims and objectives: The aim of this review was to identify general theoretical frameworks used in online social network interventions for behavioral change. To address this research question, a PRISMA‐compliant systematic review was conducted. Methods: A systematic review (PROSPERO registration number CRD42014007555) was conducted using 3 electronic databases (PsycINFO, Pubmed, and Embase). Four reviewers

O’Neil A, Cocker F, Rarau P, Baptista S, Cassimatis M, Barr Taylor C, Lau AY, Kanuri N, Oldenburg B. Using digital interventions to improve the cardiometabolic health of populations: a meta-review of reporting quality. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. 2017; 24(4):867-79.

Objectives. We conducted a meta-review to determine the reporting quality of user-centered digital interventions for the prevention and management of cardiometabolic conditions. Materials and Methods. Using predetermined inclusion criteria, systematic reviews published between 2010 and 2015 were identified from 3 databases. To assess whether current evidence is sufficient to inform wider uptake and implementation of

Tiong S, Koh E, Delaney G, Lau A, Adams D, Bell V, Sapkota P, Harris T, Girgis A, Przezdziecki A. An e‐health strategy to facilitate care of breast cancer survivors: A pilot study. Asia‐Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology. 2016.

Abstract AIM: Innovative e-health strategies are emerging, to tailor and provide convenient, systematic and high-quality survivorship care for an expanding cancer survivor population. This pilot study tests the application of an e-health platform, “Healthy.me,” in a breast cancer survivor cohort at Liverpool and Macarthur Cancer Therapy Centres, New South Wales, Australia. METHODS: Fifty breast cancer