Liliana Laranjo, MD MPH PhD
Liliana Laranjo, MD MPH PhD
Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney
Verified email at mail.harvard.edu
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The influence of social networking sites on health behavior change: a systematic review and meta-analysis
L Laranjo, A Arguel, AL Neves, AM Gallagher, R Kaplan, N Mortimer, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 22 (1), 243-256, 2015
5122015
Conversational agents in healthcare: a systematic review
L Laranjo, AG Dunn, HL Tong, AB Kocaballi, J Chen, R Bashir, D Surian, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 1-11, 2018
3022018
Facilitators, barriers and expectations in the self-management of type 2 diabetes—a qualitative study from Portugal
L Laranjo, AL Neves, A Costa, RT Ribeiro, L Couto, AB Sá
European Journal of General Practice 21 (2), 103-110, 2015
772015
Chatbots in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic
AS Miner, L Laranjo, K AB
npj Digital Medicine 3 (65), 2020
582020
Healthcare hashtag index development: Identifying global impact in social media
L Pinho-Costa, K Yakubu, K Hoedebecke, L Laranjo, CP Reichel, ...
Journal of biomedical informatics 63, 390-399, 2016
432016
The personalization of conversational agents in health care: systematic review
AB Kocaballi, S Berkovsky, JC Quiroz, L Laranjo, HL Tong, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 21 (11), e15360, 2019
362019
Chapter 6: Social Media and Health Behavior Change
L Laranjo
Participatory Health through Social Media, 83-103, 2016
362016
The digital scribe
E Coiera, B Kocaballi, J Halamka, L Laranjo
npj Digital Medicine 1 (58), 2018
322018
Measuring user experience in conversational interfaces: a comparison of six questionnaires
AB Kocabalil, L Laranjo, E Coiera
Proceedings of the 32nd International BCS Human Computer Interaction …, 2018
292018
Challenges of developing a digital scribe to reduce clinical documentation burden
JC Quiroz, L Laranjo, AB Kocaballi, S Berkovsky, D Rezazadegan, ...
NPJ digital medicine 2 (1), 1-6, 2019
242019
The use of social features in mobile health interventions to promote physical activity: a systematic review
HL Tong, L Laranjo
npj Digital Medicine 1 (1), 43, 2018
242018
Efficacy of a mobile social networking intervention in promoting physical activity: Quasi-experimental study
HL Tong, E Coiera, W Tong, Y Wang, JC Quiroz, P Martin, L Laranjo
JMIR mHealth uHealth, 2019
192019
Responses of conversational agents to health and lifestyle prompts: investigation of appropriateness and presentation structures
AB Kocaballi, JC Quiroz, D Rezazadegan, S Berkovsky, F Magrabi, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 22 (2), e15823, 2020
172020
Using a mobile social networking app to promote physical activity: A qualitative study of users’ perspectives
HL Tong, E Coiera, L Laranjo
Journal of medical Internet research 20 (12), e11439, 2018
172018
Social influence in the uptake and use of electronic cigarettes: a systematic review
S Amin, AG Dunn, L Laranjo
American journal of preventive medicine 58 (1), 129-141, 2020
162020
Understanding and measuring user experience in conversational interfaces
AB Kocaballi, L Laranjo, E Coiera
Interacting with Computers 31 (2), 192-207, 2019
162019
Use of electronic health records and geographic information systems in public health surveillance of type 2 diabetes: a feasibility study
L Laranjo, D Rodrigues, AM Pereira, RT Ribeiro, JM Boavida
JMIR public health and surveillance 2 (1), e4319, 2016
152016
Design strategy for a national integrated personal health record
I Rodolfo, L Laranjo, N Correia, C Duarte
Proceedings of the 8th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Fun …, 2014
152014
Patients’ access to their medical records
L Laranjo, AL Neves, T Villanueva, J Cruz, AB de Sá, C Sakellarides
Acta medica portuguesa 26 (3), 265-270, 2013
14*2013
A Network Model of Activities in Primary Care Consultations
AB Kocaballi, E Coiera, HL Tong, S White, JC Quiroz, F Rezazadegan, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 2019
112019
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