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Mobile Health

 

The Mobile Health (mHealth) Shared Resource at the Stephenson Cancer Center offers resources that empower researchers to build, test, and launch technology based assessment and intervention tools. 

This shared resource works with researchers to:

  • Create innovative web and mobile based applications
  • Help to identify and intervene upon environmental, cognitive, affective, physiological, and behavioral antecedents of health risk factors linked to cancer
  • Applications are developed using state-of-the-art cross-platform design tools

Our Services include:

  • Design and development of secure internal and public facing websites
  • UX/UI design for web and mobile applications
  • Smartphone application design and development (e.g., Android, Apple, Microsoft)
  • Web based content management system (CMS) to manage research studies and enroll study participants
  • Create various types of Ecological Momentary Assessments (EMAs): random, daily, participant initiated, geo-fence initiated, sensor initiated
  • GPS tracking and analysis
  • Geo-fencing and analysis
  • Ecological Momentary Intervention (EMI) development including automated decision rules and skip logic
  • Capture and utilize data from smartwatches/fitness trackers (e.g., Android, Apple, Fitbit, Microsoft) and other devices (e.g., glucose monitors, smart scales)
  • Application and device training
  • Application maintenance and support
  • Governance and risk assessment support

If you are interested in utilizing the mHealth shared resource services, please contact our team.

Contacts & Links

Contact Information

Michela Aguirre
E: michela-aguirre@ouhsc.edu
P: (405) 271-8001 x 50488

Scientific Director

Michael Businelle, PhD

Usage Acknowledgement

If research supported by a Stephenson Cancer Center shared resource results in a publication or news release, please acknowledge this support in your manuscript. Following publication, please send us one of your reprints for our records.