Published on in Vol 16, No 6 (2014): June

Paging “Dr. Google”: Does Technology Fill the Gap Created by the Prenatal Care Visit Structure? Qualitative Focus Group Study With Pregnant Women

Paging “Dr. Google”: Does Technology Fill the Gap Created by the Prenatal Care Visit Structure? Qualitative Focus Group Study With Pregnant Women

Paging “Dr. Google”: Does Technology Fill the Gap Created by the Prenatal Care Visit Structure? Qualitative Focus Group Study With Pregnant Women

Journals

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  2. Shorten A, Shorten B, Fagerlin A, Illuzzi J, Kennedy H, Pettker C, Raju D, Whittemore R. A Study to Assess the Feasibility of Implementing a Web-Based Decision Aid for Birth after Cesarean to Increase Opportunities for Shared Decision Making in Ethnically Diverse Settings. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health 2019;64(1):78 View
  3. Ellingson M, Bonk C, Chamberlain A. A survey-based study of Zika virus communication preferences among pregnant women in Georgia, United States. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2017;17(1) View
  4. Cawley C, Buckenmeyer H, Jellison T, Rinaldi J, Vartanian K. Effect of a Health System–Sponsored Mobile App on Perinatal Health Behaviors: Retrospective Cohort Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(7):e17183 View
  5. Robinson J, Anders S, Novak L, Simpson C, Holroyd L, Bennett K, Jackson G. Consumer health-related needs of pregnant women and their caregivers. JAMIA Open 2018;1(1):57 View
  6. Juch H, Lupattelli A, Ystrom E, Verheyen S, Nordeng H. Medication adherence among pregnant women with hypothyroidism—missed opportunities to improve reproductive health? A cross-sectional, web-based study. Patient Education and Counseling 2016;99(10):1699 View
  7. Ellingson M, Chamberlain A. Beyond the verbal: Pregnant women's preferences for receiving influenza and Tdap vaccine information from their obstetric care providers. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2018;14(3):767 View
  8. Graham J, Moore J, Bell R, Miller T. Digital Marketing to Promote Healthy Weight Gain Among Pregnant Women in Alberta: An Implementation Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(2):e11534 View
  9. Peragallo Urrutia R, Berger A, Ivins A, Beckham A, Thorp Jr J, Nicholson W. Internet Use and Access Among Pregnant Women via Computer and Mobile Phone: Implications for Delivery of Perinatal Care. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2015;3(1):e25 View
  10. Danbjørg D, Wagner L, Clemensen J. Designing, Developing, and Testing an App for Parents Being Discharged Early Postnatally. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners 2014;10(10):794 View
  11. Checa M, Bellver J, Bosch E, Espinós J, Fabregues F, Fontes J, García-Velasco J, Requena A. Hysteroscopic septum resection and reproductive medicine: A SWOT analysis. Reproductive BioMedicine Online 2018;37(6):709 View
  12. Twigg M, Lupattelli A, Nordeng H. Women’s beliefs about medication use during their pregnancy: a UK perspective. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy 2016;38(4):968 View
  13. Johnsen H, Blom K, Lee A, Nørgaard B. Using eHealth to Increase Autonomy Supportive Care. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2018;36(2):77 View
  14. Guendelman S, Broderick A, Mlo H, Gemmill A, Lindeman D. Listening to Communities: Mixed-Method Study of the Engagement of Disadvantaged Mothers and Pregnant Women With Digital Health Technologies. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(7):e240 View
  15. Lima V, Mazza V, Scochi C, Gonçalves L. Online information use on health/illness by relatives of hospitalized premature infants. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem 2019;72(suppl 3):79 View
  16. Wallwiener S, Müller M, Doster A, Laserer W, Reck C, Pauluschke-Fröhlich J, Brucker S, Wallwiener C, Wallwiener M. Pregnancy eHealth and mHealth: user proportions and characteristics of pregnant women using Web-based information sources—a cross-sectional study. Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics 2016;294(5):937 View
  17. Akpovi E, Carter T, Kangovi S, Srinivas S, Bernstein J, Mehta P. Medicaid member perspectives on innovation in prenatal care delivery: A call to action from pregnant people using unscheduled care. Healthcare 2020;8(4):100456 View
  18. Lupton D. The use and value of digital media for information about pregnancy and early motherhood: a focus group study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2016;16(1) View
  19. Hesson A, Fowler C, Rossiter C, Schmied V. ‘Lost and confused’: parent representative groups’ perspectives on child and family health services in Australia. Australian Journal of Primary Health 2017;23(6):560 View
  20. da Silva Santos A, Rodrigues A, Moura da Silveira M, Paiva Rodrigues D, de Jesus Silva Bezerra dos Anjos S, Júnior A, Camelo Chaves E. Metasynthesis of educational strategies used to promote prenatal health. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2020;40(2):147 View
  21. Fredriksen E, Harris J, Moland K. Web-based Discussion Forums on Pregnancy Complaints and Maternal Health Literacy in Norway: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(5):e113 View
  22. Dorst M, Anders S, Chennupati S, Chen Q, Purcell Jackson G. Health Information Technologies in the Support Systems of Pregnant Women and Their Caregivers: Mixed-Methods Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e10865 View
  23. Todd A, Zhang L, Khambalia A, Roberts C. Women’s views about the timing of birth. Women and Birth 2017;30(2):e78 View
  24. Womack J, Anderson L, Ledford C. Presence of Complex and Potentially Conflicting Information in Prenatal Mobile Apps. Health Promotion Practice 2020;21(2):238 View
  25. Pinto M. Social media's contribution to customer satisfaction with services. The Service Industries Journal 2015;35(11-12):573 View
  26. Doherty K, Barry M, Belisario J, Morrison C, Car J, Doherty G. Personal information and public health: Design tensions in sharing and monitoring wellbeing in pregnancy. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 2020;135:102373 View
  27. Arcia A, Stonbraker S, Warner E. Continuing Education Module—Information Needs and Information-Seeking Processes of Low-Income Pregnant Women in Relation to Digital Maternity Education Resources. The Journal of Perinatal Education 2019;28(3):151 View
  28. Scaioli G, Bert F, Galis V, Brusaferro S, De Vito E, La Torre G, Manzoli L, Messina G, Torregrossa M, Ricciardi W, Gualano M, Siliquini R. Pregnancy and internet: sociodemographic and geographic differences in e-health practice. Results from an Italian multicenter study. Public Health 2015;129(9):1258 View
  29. Camacho-Morell F, Esparcia J. Influence and use of information sources about childbearing among Spanish pregnant women. Women and Birth 2020;33(4):367 View
  30. Schindelhauer-Deutscher H, Henn W. Genetische Beratung bei Pränataldiagnostik. medizinische genetik 2014;26(4):374 View
  31. Dodd J, Louise J, Cramp C, Grivell R, Moran L, Deussen A. Evaluation of a smartphone nutrition and physical activity application to provide lifestyle advice to pregnant women: The SNAPP randomised trial. Maternal & Child Nutrition 2018;14(1):e12502 View
  32. Thomas G, Lupton D. Threats and thrills: pregnancy apps, risk and consumption. Health, Risk & Society 2016;17(7-8):495 View
  33. AlJaberi H. Developing Culturally Sensitive mHealth Applications for Caribbean Immigrant Women to Use During Pregnancy: Focus Group Study (Preprint). JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2018 View
  34. Goetz M, Müller M, Matthies L, Hansen J, Doster A, Szabo A, Pauluschke-Fröhlich J, Abele H, Sohn C, Wallwiener M, Wallwiener S. Perceptions of Patient Engagement Applications During Pregnancy: A Qualitative Assessment of the Patient’s Perspective. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(5):e73 View
  35. Parker C. An Innovative Nursing Approach to Caring for an Obstetric Patient With Rape Trauma Syndrome. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing 2015;44(3):397 View
  36. Zhao J, Freeman B, Li M. How Do Infant Feeding Apps in China Measure Up? A Content Quality Assessment. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(12):e186 View
  37. Mackintosh N, Agarwal S, Adcock K, Armstrong N, Briley A, Patterson M, Sandall J, (Sarah) Gong Q. Online resources and apps to aid self-diagnosis and help seeking in the perinatal period: A descriptive survey of women's experiences. Midwifery 2020;90:102803 View
  38. Lupton D, Pedersen S. An Australian survey of women's use of pregnancy and parenting apps. Women and Birth 2016;29(4):368 View
  39. O'Donnell B, Lewkowitz A, Vargas J, Zlatnik M. Examining pregnancy-specific smartphone applications: what are patients being told?. Journal of Perinatology 2016;36(10):802 View
  40. DeNicola N, Marko K. Connected Health and Mobile Apps in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America 2020;47(2):317 View
  41. Alianmoghaddam N, Phibbs S, Benn C. “I did a lot of Googling”: A qualitative study of exclusive breastfeeding support through social media. Women and Birth 2019;32(2):147 View
  42. Gilmore L, Klempel M, Martin C, Myers C, Burton J, Sutton E, Redman L. Personalized Mobile Health Intervention for Health and Weight Loss in Postpartum Women Receiving Women, Infants, and Children Benefit: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study. Journal of Women's Health 2017;26(7):719 View
  43. Tizard H, Pezaro S. Social Media and the Mediation of Childbirth: So, What for Mothers, Maternity, and Midwifery Practice?. International Journal of Childbirth 2019;9(2):69 View
  44. Chamberlain A, Koram A, Whitney E, Berkelman R, Omer S. Lack of Availability of Antenatal Vaccination Information on Obstetric Care Practice Web Sites. Obstetrics & Gynecology 2016;127(1):119 View
  45. Thomas G, Lupton D, Pedersen S. ‘The appy for a happy pappy’: expectant fatherhood and pregnancy apps. Journal of Gender Studies 2018;27(7):759 View
  46. Shorey S, Ng Y, Danbjørg D, Dennis C, Morelius E. Effectiveness of the ‘Home-but not Alone’ mobile health application educational programme on parental outcomes: a randomized controlled trial, study protocol. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2017;73(1):253 View
  47. Artieta-Pinedo I, Paz-Pascual C, Grandes G, Villanueva G. An evaluation of Spanish and English on-line information sources regarding pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period. Midwifery 2018;58:19 View
  48. Evans A, Lynch M, Johnson M, Bonhomme N. Assessing the newborn screening education needs of families living in medically underserved areas. Journal of Genetic Counseling 2020;29(4):658 View
  49. Hughson J, Daly J, Woodward-Kron R, Hajek J, Story D. The Rise of Pregnancy Apps and the Implications for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Women: Narrative Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(11):e189 View
  50. Denham A, Wynne O, Baker A, Spratt N, Bonevski B. The unmet needs of carers of stroke survivors: An evaluation of Google search results. Health Informatics Journal 2020;26(2):934 View
  51. Lewis L, Barnes C, Allan J, Roberts L, Lube D, Hauck Y. Midwives’ perceptions of women’s mobile phone use and impact on care in birth suite. Midwifery 2019;76:142 View
  52. Maslen S, Lupton D. “You can explore it more online”: a qualitative study on Australian women’s use of online health and medical information. BMC Health Services Research 2018;18(1) View
  53. Chilukuri N, West M, Henderson J, Lawson S, Ehsanipoor R, Costigan K, Polk S, Bennett W. Information and Communication Technology Use Among Low-Income Pregnant and Postpartum Women by Race and Ethnicity: A Cross-Sectional Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(7):e163 View
  54. Özkan Şat S, Yaman Sözbir Ş. Use of mobile applications and blogs by pregnant women in Turkey and the impact on adaptation to pregnancy. Midwifery 2018;62:273 View
  55. West S, Kornhaber R, Visentin D, Thapa D, Cleary M. The role of the health professional supporting consumers who use ‘Dr Google’. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2020;76(9):2217 View
  56. Shorey S, Lau Y, Dennis C, Chan Y, Tam W, Chan Y. A randomized-controlled trial to examine the effectiveness of the ‘Home-but not Alone’ mobile-health application educational programme on parental outcomes. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2017;73(9):2103 View
  57. Doherty K, Barry M, Marcano-Belisario J, Arnaud B, Morrison C, Car J, Doherty G. A Mobile App for the Self-Report of Psychological Well-Being During Pregnancy (BrightSelf): Qualitative Design Study. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e10007 View
  58. Rådestad I, Sormunen T, Rudenhed L, Pettersson K. Sleeping patterns of Swedish women experiencing a stillbirth between 2000–2014 - an observational study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2016;16(1) View
  59. Dalhaug E, Haakstad L. What the Health? Information Sources and Maternal Lifestyle Behaviors. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2019;8(3):e10355 View
  60. Downe S, Finlayson K, Tunçalp Ö, Gülmezoglu A. Provision and uptake of routine antenatal services: a qualitative evidence synthesis. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2019 View
  61. AlJaberi H. Developing Culturally Sensitive mHealth Apps for Caribbean Immigrant Women to Use During Pregnancy: Focus Group Study. JMIR Human Factors 2018;5(4):e29 View
  62. Lupton D, Pedersen S, Thomas G. Parenting and Digital Media: From the Early Web to Contemporary Digital Society. Sociology Compass 2016;10(8):730 View
  63. Antoniak M, Mimno D, Levy K. Narrative Paths and Negotiation of Power in Birth Stories. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 2019;3(CSCW):1 View
  64. Hinton L, Dumelow C, Rowe R, Hollowell J. Birthplace choices: what are the information needs of women when choosing where to give birth in England? A qualitative study using online and face to face focus groups. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2018;18(1) View
  65. Medley‐Rath S. Online Somatic Work: the Case of Sensory Processing Disorder. Sociological Inquiry 2021;91(3):647 View
  66. Trahan M, Schneider L, Hernandez D. Mobile Applications for Low-Income U.S. Fathers: A Systematic Review of Content, Comprehensiveness and User Ratings. Journal of Technology in Human Services 2021;39(2):111 View
  67. Andalibi N. Symbolic annihilation through design: Pregnancy loss in pregnancy-related mobile apps. New Media & Society 2021;23(3):613 View
  68. Costa Figueiredo M, Su H, Chen Y. Using Data to Approach the Unknown. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 2021;4(CSCW3):1 View
  69. Boucher E, McNaughton E, Harake N, Stafford J, Parks A. The Impact of a Digital Intervention (Happify) on Loneliness During COVID-19: Qualitative Focus Group. JMIR Mental Health 2021;8(2):e26617 View
  70. Musgrave L, Kizirian N, Homer C, Gordon A. Mobile Phone Apps in Australia for Improving Pregnancy Outcomes: Systematic Search on App Stores. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(11):e22340 View
  71. Queiroz F, Brasil C, Silva R, Bezerra I, Collares P, Vasconcelos Filho J. Avaliação do aplicativo “Gestação” na perspectiva da semiótica: o olhar das gestantes. Ciência & Saúde Coletiva 2021;26(2):485 View
  72. Syrovátková J, Pavlíček A. Development of the Activity of Parents of Young Children on Social Networks. Information 2021;12(3):102 View
  73. Walec M, Surma N, Michoń W, Ślusarska B. Mobile applications in women’s health education in obstetric and gynecological care. Pielegniarstwo XXI wieku / Nursing in the 21st Century 2020;19(2):57 View
  74. Costa Figueiredo M, Huynh T, Takei A, Epstein D, Chen Y. Goals, life events, and transitions: examining fertility apps for holistic health tracking. JAMIA Open 2021;4(1) View
  75. Maslen S. (Dis)connected parenting: other-tracking in the more-than-human sensorium. The Senses and Society 2021;16(1):67 View
  76. Lovell H, Harris J. A survey exploring women's use of mobile apps in labour in the United Kingdom. Midwifery 2021;100:103041 View
  77. Artieta-Pinedo I, Paz-Pascual C, Bully P, Espinosa M. Design of the Maternal Website EMAeHealth That Supports Decision-Making During Pregnancy and in the Postpartum Period: Collaborative Action Research Study. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(8):e28855 View
  78. Leite C, Almeida A. A framework proposal for digital interventions in perinatal education: the result of a content analysis to WHO intra-partum care recommendations. International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare 2021;ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print) View
  79. Hinton L, Chisholm A, Jakubowski B, Greenfield S, Tucker K, McManus R, Locock L. “You Probably Won’t Notice Any Symptoms”: Blood Pressure in Pregnancy—Discourses of Contested Expertise in an Era of Self-Care and Responsibilization. Qualitative Health Research 2021:104973232110030 View
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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Kraschnewski J, Chuang C. Handbook of Fertility. View
  2. Rodger D, Skuse A, Wilmore M. Midwifery, Childbirth and the Media. View