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Kayode Philip Fadahunsi
Kayode Philip Fadahunsi
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Protocol for a systematic review and qualitative synthesis of information quality frameworks in eHealth
KP Fadahunsi, JT Akinlua, S O’Connor, PA Wark, J Gallagher, C Carroll, ...
BMJ open 9 (3), e024722, 2019
712019
Information quality frameworks for digital health technologies: systematic review
KP Fadahunsi, S O'Connor, JT Akinlua, PA Wark, J Gallagher, C Carroll, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 23 (5), e23479, 2021
452021
Impact of mobile health applications on self-management in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus: protocol of a systematic review
BA Bene, S O’Connor, N Mastellos, A Majeed, KP Fadahunsi, ...
BMJ open 9 (6), e025714, 2019
412019
Identification and evaluation of methodologies to assess the quality of mobile health apps in high-, low-, and middle-income countries: rapid review
F Woulfe, KP Fadahunsi, S Smith, GB Chirambo, E Larsson, P Henn, ...
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 9 (10), e28384, 2021
202021
Modification and validation of an mHealth app quality assessment methodology for International use: cross-sectional and eDelphi studies
F Woulfe, KP Fadahunsi, M O'Grady, GB Chirambo, M Mawkin, A Majeed, ...
JMIR Formative Research 6 (8), e36912, 2022
62022
Assessment of clinical information quality in digital health technologies: international eDelphi study
KP Fadahunsi, PA Wark, N Mastellos, AL Neves, J Gallagher, A Majeed, ...
Journal of medical internet research 24 (12), e41889, 2022
42022
Framework to assess the quality of mHealth apps: a mixed-method international case study protocol
YY Tan, F Woulfe, GB Chirambo, P Henn, L Cilliers, KP Fadahunsi, ...
BMJ open 12 (10), e062909, 2022
32022
Clinical information quality of digital health technologies: protocol for an international eDelphi study
KP Fadahunsi, PA Wark, N Mastellos, J Gallagher, A Majeed, J Car
BMJ open 12 (4), e057430, 2022
22022
Regulatory standards and guidance for the use of health applications for self-management in Africa: scoping review protocol
BA Bene, S Ibeneme, KP Fadahunsi, BI Harri, N Ukor, N Mastellos, ...
BMJ open 12 (2), e058067, 2022
22022
Investigating the characteristics of health-related data collection tools used in randomised controlled trials in low-income and middle-income countries: protocol for a …
R Karthikeyan, N Al-Shamaa, EJ Kelly, P Henn, F Shiely, T Divala, ...
BMJ open 14 (1), e077148, 2024
12024
Are digital technologies fit for clinical purposes? A systematic review and qualitative synthesis of information quality frameworks for digital healthcare
KP Fadahunsi, S O'Connor, JT Akinlua, PA Wark, J Gallagher, C Carroll, ...
Journal of Medical Internet Research 23 (5), 2021
12021
Protocol for a systematic review and qualitative synthesis of information
KP Fadahunsi, JT Akinlua, S O'Connor
12019
Factors influencing smartwatch use and comfort with health data sharing: a sequential mixed-method study protocol
AJ Goodings, KP Fadahunsi, DM Tarn, P Henn, F Shiely, J O'Donoghue
BMJ open 14 (5), e081228, 2024
2024
Regulatory Standards and Guidance for the Use of Health Apps for Self-Management in Sub-Saharan Africa: Scoping Review
BA Bene, S Ibeneme, KP Fadahunsi, BI Harri, N Ukor, N Mastellos, ...
Journal of Medical Internet Research 26, e49163, 2024
2024
Compliance of Type 2 Diabetes Applications to International Guidelines: Protocol for a Quantitative App Assessment
D Rebus, A Iskander, F Deonarine, A Almas, D Rattigan, P Henn, ...
JMIR Research Protocols 13 (1), e48781, 2024
2024
Protocol: Investigating the characteristics of health-related data collection tools used in randomised controlled trials in low-income and middle-income countries: protocol for …
R Karthikeyan, N Al-Shamaa, EJ Kelly, P Henn, F Shiely, T Divala, ...
BMJ Open 14 (1), 2024
2024
Modification and Validation of an mHealth App Quality Assessment Methodology for International Use: Cross-sectional and eDelphi Studies.
S Smith, J O'Donoghue, F Woulfe, KP Fadahunsi, M O'Grady, ...
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