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My colleague, Daria Ferro, MD and I recently conducted a presentation entitled, “From Problem to Impact: Toward an Innovation Ecosystem,” as part of the Healthcare Informatics Series by CHOP's Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics. Read more for our strategies on how to bring new ideas to fruition at CHOP.
Read this post about building a Minimal Viable Product (MVP), sixth in a series from CIRP@CHOP Digital Health Initiative experts on creating effective mobile interventions.
Read this post about designing an effective mHealth app, fifth in a series from CIRP@CHOP Digital Health Initiative experts.
Learn about how to listen to your target market to create a viable mHealth app/intervention from the Digital Health Initiative at CHOP.
Read this third installment in a 6-part series on effective mHealth app development. Today's post is about how to use theory and evidence to guide app development.
Learn why when planning an mHealth intervention, it's important to understand the problem and your audience. This informative post is the second in a six-part series on mHealth app development.
Learn about the best practice approaches and steps for developing mHealth apps that have the best chance of improving health from Linda Fleisher, PhD, who leads the Digital Health Initiative at CHOP.
Two overarching themes are beginning to emerge in digital health that are important to public health and align well with CIRP@CHOP’s own digital health research: engagement and effectiveness. Although not new to the digital health research field, they are becoming a priority.
CIRP@CHOP's Kristy Arbogast, PhD and Mark Zonfrillo, MD, MSCE will be expert participants in a December 2nd Twitter Chat on sports-related head injuries in children, tweeting under the handle @safetymd. The chat will cover the latest concussion research, advocacy efforts, education about protecting young athletes, signs and symptoms of concussions, and treatment options.
Public health interventions should integrate best practices in program development.