As one of the Smart Health Project aims is to establish and improve standards for health-related smartphone apps quality assessment and regulations we initiated the reseach in this area to contribute to the overall improvment of smartphone health related apps on a global level via conducting research to understand the quality and regulation issues.

Below a List publication and ongoing work:

Publications:

1- BinDhim, N. F., Hawkey, A., & Trevena, L. (2014). A Systematic Review of Quality Assessment Methods for Smartphone Health Apps. Telemedicine and e-Health.

2- BINDHIM, N. F., NAICKER, S., FREEMAN, B., MCGEECHAN, K., & TREVENA, L. (2014). Apps Promoting Illicit Drugs—A Need for Tighter Regulation?. Journal of Consumer Health On the Internet, 18(1), 31-43.

3- BinDhim FN, Trevena L. (2015).Health-related smartphone apps: regulations, safety, privacy and quality. BMJ Innovation.

4- BinDhim FN, Trevena L. There’s an App for That: A Guide for Healthcare Practitioners and Researchers on Smartphone Technology. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics. (Accepted March 2015)

Ongoing Work:

1- Reviewing the level of utilisation of smartphone capabilities in health research. (principal investigator: BinDhim N)

Stage: data analysis

(principal investigator: BinDhim N)

 

 

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