This focused issue on“Digital Health Interventions for Sexual and Reproductive Health” is edited by Dr. Sandra McCoy, from School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA.
Lessons from early stage pilot studies to maximize the impact of digital health interventions for sexual and reproductive health
Engagement in mHealth behavioral interventions for HIV prevention and care: making sense of the metrics
Telemedicine: a solution to disparities in human immunodeficiency virus prevention and pre-exposure prophylaxis uptake, and a framework to scalability and equity
Using participatory methods to build an mHealth intervention for female entertainment workers in Cambodia: the development of the Mobile Link project
Acceptability of electronic healthcare predictive analytics for HIV prevention: a qualitative study with men who have sex with men in New York City
Development and pilot testing of a counseling-plus-mHealth intervention to reduce risk for pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection in young women with depression
Use of interactive voice response technology to address barriers to fistula care in Nigeria and Uganda
Facilitators and barriers to incorporating digital technologies into HIV care among cisgender female sex workers living with HIV in South Africa
The series “Digital Health Interventions for Sexual and Reproductive Health” was commissioned by the editorial office, mHealth without any sponsorship or funding. Sandra McCoy served as the unpaid Guest Editor for the series.