This series on “Digital Interventions for Hard-to-reach Populations” is edited by Dr. Carinne Brody, from College of Education and Health Sciences, Touro University, Vallejo, CA, USA; and Dr. Sarah Sullivan, from Touro University California, Vallejo, USA.
The use of eHealth to design a regional health promotion program in the workplace: Institute of Costa Rican Electricity case series
Testing mHealth solutions at the last mile: insights from a study of technology-assisted community health referrals in rural Kenya
We are family: designing and developing a mobile health application for the San Francisco bay area House Ball and Gay Family communities
Virtually possible: using telehealth to bring reproductive health care to women with opioid use disorder in rural Maine
Can mHealth and eHealth improve management of diabetes and hypertension in a hard-to-reach population? —lessons learned from a process evaluation of digital health to support a peer educator model in Cambodia using the RE-AIM framework
Perceived barriers and facilitators in using text and voice messaging for improving HIV and sexual and reproductive health of female entertainment workers in Cambodia: a qualitative study
Where are the female experts? Perceptions about the absence of female presenters at a Digital Health Conference in Bolivia
The series “Digital Interventions for Hard-to-reach Populations” was commissioned by the editorial office, mHealth without any sponsorship or funding. Carinne Brody and Sarah Sullivan served as the unpaid Guest Editors for the series.