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The Elusive Path Toward Measuring Health Outcomes: Lessons Learned From a Pseudo-Randomized Controlled Trial of a Large-Scale Mobile Health Initiative

The Elusive Path Toward Measuring Health Outcomes: Lessons Learned From a Pseudo-Randomized Controlled Trial of a Large-Scale Mobile Health Initiative

implementations and research studies.In 2015, the MAMA partnered with the nonprofit organization Advancing Reduction in Mortality and Morbidity of Mothers, Children and Neonates (ARMMAN) to implement a mobile phone–based voice messaging service in the urban slums

Patricia Mechael, Nadi Nina Kaonga, Subhashini Chandrasekharan, Muthu Perumal Prakash, Joanne Peter, Aakash Ganju, Nirmala Murthy

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(8):e14668


COVID-19 and Slums: A Pandemic Highlights Gaps in Knowledge About Urban Poverty

COVID-19 and Slums: A Pandemic Highlights Gaps in Knowledge About Urban Poverty

Many African as well as some South Asian countries have the lowest income in the world, with a large proportion of the population living in precarious housing situations often referred to as “slums,” “informal settlements,” or “deprived areas.”

John Friesen, Peter F Pelz

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(3):e19578


Primary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence Among Recently Married Dyads Residing in the Slums of Pune, India: Development and Rationale for a Dyadic Intervention

Primary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence Among Recently Married Dyads Residing in the Slums of Pune, India: Development and Rationale for a Dyadic Intervention

4) production of intervention components and materials, (5) intervention adoption and implementation, and (6) evaluation planning.The methods used to develop the intervention include (1) cross-sectional surveys with newly married men and women residing in slums

Ameeta Shivdas Kalokhe, Sandhya Iyer, Tuman Katendra, Keshav Gadhe, Ambika R Kolhe, Anuradha Paranjape, Carlos del Rio, Rob Stephenson, Seema Sahay

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(1):e11533


Risk Stratification for Early Detection of Diabetes and Hypertension in Resource-Limited Settings: Machine Learning Analysis

Risk Stratification for Early Detection of Diabetes and Hypertension in Resource-Limited Settings: Machine Learning Analysis

Hyderabad has more than 1.7 million people living in 1400 urban slums [18]. Our catchment area included 52 urban slums and the surrounding communities.

Justin J Boutilier, Timothy C Y Chan, Manish Ranjan, Sarang Deo

J Med Internet Res 2021;23(1):e20123


Using Targeted mHealth Messages to Address Hypertension and Diabetes Self-Management in Cambodia: Protocol for a Clustered Randomized Controlled Trial

Using Targeted mHealth Messages to Address Hypertension and Diabetes Self-Management in Cambodia: Protocol for a Clustered Randomized Controlled Trial

Patient and pharmacy records have been used to document the success of the program showing dramatic improvement in chronic disease management [19].Seven Operational Districts (ODs) representing rural geographic regions or urban slums were selected for inclusion

James P LoGerfo, Annette L Fitzpatrick, Maurits van Pelt, Hen Heang, Lesley Steinman, Nicole Ide, Chhorvann Chhea, James P LoGerfo

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(3):e11614


Depression, Anxiety, and Lifestyle Among Essential Workers: A Web Survey From Brazil and Spain During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Depression, Anxiety, and Lifestyle Among Essential Workers: A Web Survey From Brazil and Spain During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ribeiro et al [66] highlighted that the worst public health and socioeconomic scenarios were present in the northern regions of Brazil; higher proportions of individuals living in substandard housing (slums), with reduced schooling and a lack of sanitation

Raquel Brandini De Boni, Vicent Balanzá-Martínez, Jurema Correa Mota, Taiane De Azevedo Cardoso, Pedro Ballester, Beatriz Atienza-Carbonell, Francisco I Bastos, Flavio Kapczinski

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e22835


Feasibility, Acceptability, and Adoption of Digital Fingerprinting During Contact Investigation for Tuberculosis in Kampala, Uganda: A Parallel-Convergent Mixed-Methods Analysis

Feasibility, Acceptability, and Adoption of Digital Fingerprinting During Contact Investigation for Tuberculosis in Kampala, Uganda: A Parallel-Convergent Mixed-Methods Analysis

Because you have slums, very dangerous to go with the gadget…And TB is mostly in those places.Female, CHW7The risk of infection and lack of personal security introduced psychological and logistical challenges that CHWs had to overcome to carry out fingerprinting.DiscussionThe

Elizabeth B White, Amanda J Meyer, Joseph M Ggita, Diana Babirye, David Mark, Irene Ayakaka, Jessica E Haberer, Achilles Katamba, Mari Armstrong-Hough, John Lucian Davis

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(11):e11541