Published on in Vol 6, No 4 (2018): Oct-Dec

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10213, first published .
Digital Gaming to Improve Adherence Among Adolescents and Young Adults Living With HIV: Mixed-Methods Study to Test Feasibility and Acceptability

Digital Gaming to Improve Adherence Among Adolescents and Young Adults Living With HIV: Mixed-Methods Study to Test Feasibility and Acceptability

Digital Gaming to Improve Adherence Among Adolescents and Young Adults Living With HIV: Mixed-Methods Study to Test Feasibility and Acceptability

JMIR mHealth and uHealth

Citations:
mHealth Interventions to Promote Anti-Retroviral Adherence in HIV: Narrative Review View

JMIR Serious Games

Citations:
Investigating Serious Games That Incorporate Medication Use for Patients: Systematic Literature Review View
Developing a Theory-Driven Serious Game to Promote Prescription Opioid Safety Among Adolescents: Mixed Methods Study View
Developing Theory-Driven, Evidence-Based Serious Games for Health: Framework Based on Research Community Insights View
Electronic Games for Facilitating Social Interaction Between Parents With Cancer and Their Children During Hospitalization: Interdisciplinary Game Development View

Expert Opinion on Drug Safety

Citations:
Toward digital-based interventions for medication adherence and safety View

Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology

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Pediatric Pharmacotherapy View

Games for Health Journal

Citations:
Development, Refinement, and Acceptability of Digital Gaming to Improve HIV Testing Among Adolescents and Young Adults at Risk for HIV View

JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting

Citations:
Using Social Media and Technology to Communicate in Pediatric HIV Research: Qualitative Study With Young Adults Living With or Exposed to Perinatal HIV View

JMIR Formative Research

Citations:
Using an Electronic Medication Event–Monitoring System for Antiretroviral Therapy Self-Management Among African American Women Living With HIV in Rural Florida: Cohort Study View

Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy

Citations:
Adolescents and young adults with early acquired HIV infection in the united states: unique challenges in treatment and secondary prevention View