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장해조(순천향대학교) 길태수(순천향대학교) 강은정(순천향대학교)

DOI : 10.14367/kjhep.2018.35.3.41

이 논문을 2019-06-15 에 이용했습니다.

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Objectives: This study aimed to ascertain the feasibility of Mobile Application Rating Scale (MARS) for evaluating the quality of blood pressure management apps available in Korea. Methods: We searched blood pressure management apps in the Apple iTunes using “blood pressure” as the search term. Initially, 42 apps were found, of which 23 apps were included in the study. We translated Mobile Application Rating Scale (MARS) into Korean and used it as the assessment tool. Two authors used each of the 23 apps for at least 1 week and independently assessed each app using MARS. The final assessment scores were obtained from the consensus of the two reviewers. Results: Monitoring/tracking(91.3%) and goal setting(47.8%) were the most prevalent theoretical elements. Technical elements included reminder, sharing with facebook, etc, and log-in. The average quality scores for the four sections of engagement, functionality, aesthetic, and information were 2.4, 3.9, 3.1, 2.7, respectively. Five(21.7%) apps in engagement, 20(87.0%) apps in functionality, 12(52.2%) in aesthetic, and 7(30.4%) in information were desirable(>3.0). Conclusions: It was feasible to evaluate blood pressure management apps in Korea using MARS. Although the blood pressure management apps in Korea were found to be satisfactory in functionality, there was great room for improvement in engagement, aesthetic, and information. Moreover, the blood pressure management apps need to improve in the actual impacts on behavior change.

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