Liste der Publikationen:

Title Journal Datum

Predictors of sustained use of mobile health applications: Content analysis of user perspectives from a fever management app (LINK)




Cross-Registry Benchmarking of Data Quality: Lessons Learned (LINK)

IOS Press



Children’s Symptoms with a Febrile Illness and a Positive or Negative Test of SARS-CoV-2 during the Omicron Wave (LINK)




Reliability of Data Collected via Ecological Momentary Assessment on the Example of FeverApp Registry (LINK)


Feb. 2023

Parental Confidence in Relation to Antipyretic Use, Warning Signs, Symptoms and Well-Being in Fever Management—Results from an App-Based Registry (LINK)

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

Nov. 2022

Data Completeness and Concordance in the FeverApp Registry: Comparative Study (LINK)

JMIR Pediatr Parent.

Nov. 2022

Hydrotherapeutic Heat Application as Support in Febrile Patients: A Scoping Review. (LINK)

Journal of Integrative and Complementary Medicine.

Aug. 2022

Metadata Definition in Registries: What Is a Data Element?    (LINK)

Studies in Health Technology and Informatics

Mai 2022

Changing knowledge and attitudes about childhood fever: testing a video instruction before its application in a health app (LINK-EN) (LINK-DE)

GMS Journal for Medical Education

März 2022

FAIR and Quality Assured Data - The Use Case of Trueness.   (LINK)

Stud Health Technol Inform

Jan. 2022

Das FieberApp Register – ein Weg, um Eltern durch eigene Dokumentation zu einer abgestuften Entscheidung zu führen (LINK) (Um die Abbildungen in Farbe zu sehen, klicken Sie bitte hier)


Nov. 2021

Cross- sectional study of parental knowledge, behaviour and anxiety in management of paediatric fever among German parents (LINK)

BMJ Open

Okt. 2021

Sociodemographic characteristic and interests of FeverApp users (LINK)

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

März 2021

Symptomatic fever management in children: A systematic review of national and international guidelines (LINK)


Juni 2021

The FeverApp registry – ecological momentary assessment (EMA) of fever management in families regarding conformity to up-to-date recommendations (LINK)

BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making

Okt. 2020

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