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  1. Approximately 3-8% of all newborns do not breathe spontaneously at birth, and require time critical resuscitation. Resuscitation guidelines are mostly based on best practice, and more research on newborn resuc...

    Authors: Kjersti Engan, Øyvind Meinich-Bache, Sara Brunner, Helge Myklebust, Chunming Rong, Jorge García-Torres, Hege L. Ersdal, Anders Johannessen, Hanne Markhus Pike and Siren Rettedal
    Citation: BMC Digital Health 2023 1:10
  2. In the Philippines, various mobile health apps were implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic with very little knowledge in terms of their quality. The aims of this paper were 1) to systemically search for mobi...

    Authors: Aldren Gonzales, Razel Custodio, Marie Carmela Lapitan and Mary Ann Ladia
    Citation: BMC Digital Health 2023 1:8
  3. Mobile health interventions can potentially enhance public–private linkage for tuberculosis care. However, evidence about their acceptability and feasibility is lacking. This study sought to assess the initial...

    Authors: Wilson Tumuhimbise, Daniel Atwine, Fred Kaggwa and Angella Musiimenta
    Citation: BMC Digital Health 2023 1:9
  4. Early detection of age-related cognitive decline has transformative potential to advance the scientific understanding of cognitive impairments and possible treatments by identifying relevant participants for c...

    Authors: Zhe He, Michael Dieciuc, Dawn Carr, Shayok Chakraborty, Ankita Singh, Ibukun E. Fowe, Shenghao Zhang, Mia Liza A. Lustria, Antonio Terracciano, Neil Charness and Walter R. Boot
    Citation: BMC Digital Health 2023 1:7
  5. Compassion is central to achieving positive clinical outcomes, commonly studied as a concept that enhances therapeutic alliance between patients and clinicians. Within mental health care, compassion may be enh...

    Authors: Hwayeon Danielle Shin, Keri Durocher, Brian Lo, Sheng Chen, Clement Ma, David Wiljer and Gillian Strudwick
    Citation: BMC Digital Health 2023 1:1