Two new Journals for Mobile Health Researchers
Nature partner journals DIGITAL MEDICINE is open for submissions!
Digital Medicine publishes the highest quality digital medicine research, including the clinical implementation of digital and mobile technologies, virtual healthcare, data analytic methodologies and innovative sensor development to provide the necessary data and longitudinal monitoring to best inform the broadest medical community.
Virtual humans work better than current ways to identify post-traumatic stress in soldiers.
Soldiers are more likely to open up about post-traumatic stress when interviewed by a virtual interviewer than by taking a survey, finds a study published today in open-access journal Frontiers in Robotics and AI. A computer-generated 'human' interviewer combines the advantages of anonymity with social connection and rapport, which could help soldiers to reveal more about their mental health symptoms. (Read More)
Applications Open for 2019 mHealth Training @ UCLA
Applications are now being accepted for the 2019 mHealth Training Institute (mHTI) to be held at the UCLA Luskin Conference Center from July 28 – August 2, 2019. The goal of the week-long, immersion program is to foster the competencies and collaborations required to tackle “wicked” healthcare problems with mHealth approaches. The mHTI uses a blended learning approach that combines “deep dives” into the latest mHealth methodologies with collaborative team-science projects to develop compelling transdisciplinary mHealth solutions. (read more)
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