Digital Health Week
Join us at HiNZ Digital Health Week.
Digital Health Week NZ runs from Monday 18 November to Friday 22 November 2019, at Claudelands in Hamilton. There are optional workshops from Monday pm to Wednesday am. The HiNZ Conference starts with lunch at 12.30 pm then keynotes at 1.30 pm Wednesday 20 November and closes at 1 pm Friday 22 November.
A wide range of innovative research undertaken by NIHI researchers will be presented and we will also be hosting a stand. If you are going to be at the conference, drop by and say hi.
EngageBot, exploring if a Chatbot can help patients find answers to simple questions, after discharge from hospital (an HRC funded explore grant)
See How They Grow, a study testing the feasibility of a mobile app to support parents’ understanding of child growth charts (A Cure Kids, Better Start and PDH funded study)
SPGeTTI, an innovative approach to supporting people with gambling problems using technology within smartphones (funded by the MoH)
Manaaki, a randomised control study to test the effectiveness of a mobile CBT programme for people experiencing gambling problems (funded by an HRC project grant)
Challenges when developing the technical applications for research, will talk about how we can improve research project development by optimising the way of data collection, testing and data clearance.
Increasing parental competence and mental health literacy, a text-messaging programme for parents of adolescents (funded by National Science Challenge, A Better Start/Cure Kids)
mPR, an adaptive mobile phone pulmonary rehabilitation programme (project funded by the MedTech CoRE)
Engagement with OL@-OR@, a co-designed mHealth programme for Māori and Pasifika communities (project funded by the Healthier Lives National Science Challenge)