Freeman, Shannon

Mobile e-Health

Freeman, Shannon - Mobile e-Health, ebook


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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. An Introduction to the Potential for Mobile eHealth Revolution to Impact on Hard to Reach, Marginalised and Excluded Groups
Charles Musselwhite, Shannon Freeman, Hannah R. Marston

Part II. mHealth Apps QS

2. Universal Design Mobile Interface Guidelines (UDMIG) for an Aging Population
Ljilja Ruzic, Jon A. Sanfod

3. mHealth and the Digital Cyborg Body: The Running Apps in a Society of Control
Igor Sacramento, Vanissa Wanick

4. Can Quantified Self Be a Facilitating Technology to Help Older Adults Stay Longer in Their Home?
Christel Maeyer

Part III. Games for Health

5. Using Technology to Increase Activity, Creativity and Engagement for Older Adults Through Visual Art
Alexander Paczynski, Laura Diment, David Hobbs, Karen Reynolds

6. Can Mobile Digital Games Benefit Older Adults’ Health?
Emmanuel Duplàa, David Kaufman, Louise Sauvé, Lise Renaud, Alice Ireland

Part IV. Ageing Perspectives to the Barriers and Enablers of Technology Use

7. Digital Game Technology and Older Adults
Hannah R. Marston, Michael Kroll, Dennis Fink, Rakel Poveda, Yves J. Gschwind

8. The Evolution of Telehealth
Melinda Martin-Khan, Shannon Freeman, Kevin Adam, Georgia Betkus

Part V. Ethics, Theory & Service Provision

9. On the Need for Developmental Perspectives in Research on the Potential Positive and Negative Health Effects of Digital Games
Adrienne Holz Ivory, James D. Ivory

10. Open Issues in Designing Home Care Technologies
Angela Fiore, Francesco Ceschel

Part VI. Privacy & Legal Requirements

11. mHealth, Trust and the Security of Personal Data
Jennifer K. Lynch, Malcolm Fisk

12. Are mHealth Apps Safe? The Intended Purpose Rule, Its Shortcomings and the Regulatory Options Under the EU Medical Device Framework
Eugenio Mantovani, Pedro Cristobal Bocos

13. Regulation of Medical Digital Technologies
Joris Wiersinga

Part VII. Conclusions

14. Transcendent Technology and Mobile eHealth
Charles Musselwhite, Shannon Freeman, Hannah R. Marston

Keywords: Computer Science, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, Health Informatics, Behavioral Sciences, Geriatrics/Gerontology

Publication year
Human–Computer Interaction Series
Page amount
6 pages
Information Technology, Telecommunications
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