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Increasingly, we work, learn, travel and spend our leisure time with highly portable, micro technologies and we have less direct, face-to-face contact with people and the world. Education has become “mobilized” with teachers and students regularly using smartphones, tablets, laptop computers and...
Mobile technology interventions for improving medication adherence in patients with mental health disordersDownload
ABSTRACT Poor medication adherence in the mental health population leads to compromised treatment outcomes and increased health care costs. Traditional interventions for medication adherence, while effective if addressing multiple determinants of medication-taking behavior, are expensive and...
The rapid growth of mobile technology within society is changing service delivery in health care settings, including speech and language services. Despite limited research in this area, use of mobile devices as a clinical tool continues to grow. This study documents speech-language pathologists’...