These protocols can help to ensure consistent implementation of tablet-based interventions, enhance fidelity when employing tablets for research purposes, and serve as a guide for tablet deployments within clinical settings.
Supporting Tablet Configuration, Tracking, and Infection Control Practices in Digital Health Interventions: Study Protocol
Furberg, R., Ortiz, A., Zulkiewicz, B., Hudson, J., Taylor, O., & Lewis, M. (2016). Supporting Tablet Configuration, Tracking, and Infection Control Practices in Digital Health Interventions: Study Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols, 5(2), e136. . https://doi.org/10.2196/resprot.5400
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