Published on in Vol 2, No 1 (2019): 2019

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/13376, first published .
Development of Smartphone Apps for Skin Cancer Risk Assessment: Progress and Promise

Development of Smartphone Apps for Skin Cancer Risk Assessment: Progress and Promise

Development of Smartphone Apps for Skin Cancer Risk Assessment: Progress and Promise

Journals

  1. Chu Y, An H, Oh B, Yang S. Artificial Intelligence in Cutaneous Oncology. Frontiers in Medicine 2020;7 View
  2. Alves J, Moreira D, Alves P, Rosado L, Vasconcelos M. Automatic Focus Assessment on Dermoscopic Images Acquired with Smartphones. Sensors 2019;19(22):4957 View
  3. Robinson J, Reavy R, Mallett K, Turrisi R. Remote skin self‐examination training of melanoma survivors and their skin check partners: A randomized trial and comparison with in‐person training. Cancer Medicine 2020;9(19):7301 View
  4. Andrade C, Teixeira L, Vasconcelos M, Rosado L. Data Augmentation Using Adversarial Image-to-Image Translation for the Segmentation of Mobile-Acquired Dermatological Images. Journal of Imaging 2020;7(1):2 View
  5. Sangers T, Nijsten T, Wakkee M. Mobile health skin cancer risk assessment campaign using artificial intelligence on a population‐wide scale: a retrospective cohort analysis. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology 2021 View
  6. Sangers T, Wakkee M, Kramer‐Noels E, Nijsten T, Lugtenberg M. Views on mobile health apps for skin cancer screening in the general population: an in‐depth qualitative exploration of perceived barriers and facilitators. British Journal of Dermatology 2021 View