Published on in Vol 8, No 3 (2020): Jul-Sep

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/18207, first published .
Developing a Theory-Driven Serious Game to Promote Prescription Opioid Safety Among Adolescents: Mixed Methods Study

Developing a Theory-Driven Serious Game to Promote Prescription Opioid Safety Among Adolescents: Mixed Methods Study

Developing a Theory-Driven Serious Game to Promote Prescription Opioid Safety Among Adolescents: Mixed Methods Study

Journals

  1. Warsinsky S, Schmidt-Kraepelin M, Rank S, Thiebes S, Sunyaev A. Conceptual Ambiguity Surrounding Gamification and Serious Games in Health Care: Literature Review and Development of Game-Based Intervention Reporting Guidelines (GAMING). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(9):e30390 View
  2. Devraj R, Colyott L, Cain J. Design and evaluation of a mobile serious game application to supplement instruction. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2021;13(9):1228 View
  3. Abraham O, Rosenberger C, Tierney K, Birstler J. Investigating the Use of a Serious Game to Improve Opioid Safety Awareness Among Adolescents: Quantitative Study. JMIR Serious Games 2021;9(4):e33975 View
  4. Maciel M, Costa L, Sousa K, Oliveira A, Amorim F, Moura L, Zeitoune R, Almeida C. Construção e validação de jogo educativo sobre a infecção pelo papilomavírus humano. Acta Paulista de Enfermagem 2022;35 View
  5. Abraham O, Peters J, Peterson K. Characterizing Pharmacist Perspectives on Utilizing a Personalized Family Medication Safety Plan for Opioid Education with Adolescents and Parents. Pharmacy 2023;11(1):22 View
  6. Abraham O, Szela L, Brasel K, Hoernke M. Engaging youth in the design of prescription opioid safety education for schools. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association 2022;62(2):441 View
  7. Hawke L, Zhu N, Relihan J, Darnay K, Henderson J. Addressing Canada's Opioid Crisis: A Qualitative Study of the Perspectives of Youth Receiving Substance Use Services. Canadian Journal of Addiction 2022;13(2S):S39 View
  8. Abraham O, Koeberl C, McCarthy T. MedSMA℞T Adventures in PharmaCity Game: Youth Experiences and Recommendation for Use in Opioid Safety Education. Pharmacy 2023;11(5):143 View
  9. Abraham O, Slonac E, Paulsen Z. Pharmacists’ perspectives on MedSMA℞T: A serious game to educate youth about opioid safety. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association 2023;63(4):1087 View
  10. Abraham O, Nixon G, Seitz L. Parents’ Perceptions of a Serious Game for Educating Families on Prescription Opioid Safety: Qualitative Pilot Study of MedSMARxT: Adventures in PharmaCity. JMIR Serious Games 2023;11:e49382 View
  11. Abraham O, Peterson K, Thao S, McCarthy T. Adolescents’ assessment of a Family Medication Safety Plan for opioid prescriptions: A qualitative usability study. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association 2023;63(6):1768 View
  12. Abraham O, McCarthy T, Zaborek J. Assessing the Impact of a Serious Game (MedSMARxT: Adventures in PharmaCity) in Improving Opioid Safety Awareness Among Adolescents and Parents: Quantitative Study. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e51812 View