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Smartphone Based Ambulatory Assessment of Health Risks: Literature Review


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Reference/Citation for a latest scientific paper: Katarzyna Wac, Maddalena Fiordelli, Mattia Gustarini, Homero Rivas, Quality of Life Technologies: Experiences from the Field and Key Research Challenges, IEEE Internet Computing, Special Issue: Personalized Digital Health, July/August 2015.

Reference/Citation: Katarzyna Wac, Smartphone Based Ambulatory Assessment of Health Risks: Literature Review, Poster at Society for Ambulatory Assessment 2013 Conference (SAA 2013), Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June 2013.

Katarzyna Wac, Smartphone as a Personal, Pervasive Health Informatics Services Platform: Literature Review, IMIA Yearbook 2012: Personal Health Informatics, 7(1), pp.83-93.

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Smartphone Based Ambulatory Assessment of Health Risks: Literature Review

  1. 1. Personalized Healthcare Physical Health Mental Health Challenges Ahead Smartphone Based Ambulatory Assessment of Health Risks: Literature Review Research Motivation consultation diagnosis treatment monitoring of symptoms medication compliance education/ health promotion disease/epidemic outbreak tracking  additional sensors & actuators can be attached applications camera video sound microphonesensors & actuators touch screen Dr. Katarzyna Wac Christiana Tsiourti ·Worldwide: 6 billion mobile phone subscribers basic phone  feature phone  smartphone ·EU5 (FR, ES, DE, IT, UK) 50% of mobile phone users have a smartphone ·US 2013 - 56% of mobile phone users have a smartphone 87% of smartphone owners access Internet/email on phone, 68% - daily ·Personal health & wellbeing (2012) 69% adults track health, e.g., weight, diet, exercise, symptoms of disease 35% went online to figure out a medical condition most frequent: food safety, info on drugs, pregnancy issues 50% adults use their mobile phones to get health information 20% adults have health specific app(s) on their mobile phone text audioaccelerometer GPS 2.5G/3G state monitoring vital signs monitoring tactile picture Bluetooth physical activity & nutrition ·Interrelated Challenges Privacy, trust Interoperability, standardization Organizational issues Legalization, liability Business models  User acceptance challenge (short & long-term) Quality of Life & Quality of Experience & Quality of Service ·Towards mobile healthcare, i.e., ‘mHealth’ Technologically feasible for non-critical care cases Inter/trans-disciplinary approach needed ·User-centered design Bridge the gap via an open, trustworthy dialogue Encode implicit expectations & requirements ·Innovation: “who’s turn is now”? Innovating the intervention content vs. innovating the IT infrastructure ·mHealth Evaluation Small number of participants, short time, design bias, no causality, ... Beyond the Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) TXT2BFiT [Hebden’13] SapoFiT [Rodriguez’13] ENGAGED [Pellegrini’12] [Shapiro’08], [Cocosila’09] [King’13] E-Apps [Hebden’12] [deShazo’10] NutriCam [Rollo’10] smoking & alcohol [Rogers’05] & [McTavish’12] MyMealMate [Carter’12] symptoms pain [Sorbi’07] Weaver’07 (colon cancer) A-CHESS, alcohol relapse [Gustafson’11] assessment of psychosis [Palmier-Claus’12] MoodMap [Morris’10] Scoliosis [Qiao’12] Anticipatory Postural Adjustments [Rigoberto’10] Fall Risk Assess. in Dual Task [Yamada’12] Shoulder Range of Motion Assess. [Shin’12] PHITforDUTY™ [Kizakevich’12] posture & motion & fall risk symptoms resilience & relapse prev. mood anxiety & stress depression behaviour teleUSG, FAST protocol [Crawford’11] NNCT, CTA head scans [Mitchell’11] iStroke [Takao’12] CVD screen [Oresco’12] labOnChip for cancer screen [Wang’11] labOnChip for genetic markers [Stedtfeld’12] mobile microscope (e.g., parasites) [Zhu’11] EmotionSense [Lathia’13] Mappiness McKeron’13 Mobilyze [Burns’11] CenceMe [Miluzzo’07] iHabit [Fry’12] Tele-education of patients [Ladyzynski’06] Skin cancer screening app [Lamel’12] Free flap assessment [Engel’11] Wound assessment [Sprigle’12] Cervical cancer screen. (camera) [Quinley’11] mental state tracking [Reid’12] self-monitoring [Kauer’12] multimedia app [Riva’07] VR for pre-operational anxiety [Mosso’09] VR for general anxiety [Gorini’07] SMS for pre-diagnosis anxiety [Cheng’08] educationscreening & assessment sexual and reproductive health TEXT4Baby [Gazmararian’13] SMS-based sexual health edu. [Gold’10]