2016 mHTI Lectures

• Vivek Shetty — Overview and Goals of mHealth Institute: Video | Slides

• Donna Spruijt-Metz — Understanding Behavior: Video | Slides

• Peter Pirolli — Explanatory and predictive models for mHealth: Video | Slides

• Gillian Hayes — Design Strategies: Video | Slides

• Pedja Klasnja — Human Computer Interaction: Design Strategies: Video | Slides

• William Riley — Opening the Black Box of mHealth Interventions: Video

• Steven Steinhubl — mHealth and Health Systems: Video | Slides

• Bonnie Zima — mHealth and Mental Health: Video | Slides

• Vivek Shetty — Sensors in the Age of P5 Medicine: Video | Slides

• Aydogan Ozcan — Point of Care Technologies for Limited Resource Settings: Video | Slides

• Santosh Kumar — Assessing Health Behaviors: Wearables: Video | Slides

• Inbal Nahum-Shani — Experimental Design and Data Analysis Methods for mHealth Interventions: Video | Slides

• Craig Fox — Using Behavioral Economics to Advance mHealth Interventions: Video | Slides

• Abeer Alwan — Voice Feature Extraction from Smartphones: | Slides

• David Elashoff — Statistical Methodologies for mHealth: Video | Slides

• Philippe Bourgois — mHealth Studies in Vulnerable Populations: Video | Slides

• Tiffany Cvrkel — Ethics in the Mobile Era: Tracking Privacy and Data Concerns: Video | Slides

• William Kaiser — Developing and Productizing Sensor Technologies for Real-World Applications: Video | Slides

• Julia Hoffman — Mental Health Apps: Lessons from the Trenches: Video | Slides

• Katherine Fibiger — An Intellectual Property Primer for Faculty: Video | Slides

• Donna Spruijt-Metz, Santosh Kumar — How to Engage a Technologist or Health Professional in mHealth: Video | Slides

• Paul Micevych — Interdisciplinary/Collaborative Research: Getting Recognized: Video | Slides

• Richard Conroy — Getting Funding for mHealth Projects: Video | Slides

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