INFO Seminar: Sheana Bull: Health Promotion, Care and Self-Management using mobile and social media tools
Please mark your calendar for next week's INFO Seminar with Sheana Bull from CU's Colorado School of Public Health!
The Department of Information Science presents:
Sheana Bull, PhD, MPH
Professor, Colorado School of Public Health
Assistant Vice Chancellor, Digital Education
Director, mHealth Impact Laboratory
University of Colorado
“Health Promotion, Care and Self-Management using mobile and social media tools”
The proliferation and reach of technology—in particular mobile technologies—has led to an explosion in digital technology innovations in health promotion, health care delivery and self-management. The mHealth Impact Lab of the Colorado School of Public Health on the CU Anschutz Campus has been at the forefront of building the scientific evidence for digital health technologies, with research on interventions that are delivered via the Internet, social media, text messaging, and apps. In this talk, Bull will review this work and consider emergent opportunities to improve health promotion, care and self-management using technology.
Sheana Bull is a professor in the Community and Behavioral Health Department and the Director for the mHealth Impact Lab, both of which are in the Colorado School of Public Health. She has been investigating the efficacy of using mobile and digital solutions for health promotion and disease self-management since 1998, and has led research projects evaluating mHealth solutions using the Internet, social media, text messaging and most recently apps.
The Information Science seminar is a weekly talk series and gathering for the Information Science department and its extended community. Any faculty, students, and interested parties regardless of affiliation are welcome. Keep an eye out for future announcements!
Wednesday, February 13 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm
University Memorial Center (UMC), Room 247
1669 Euclid Avenue, Boulder, CO 80309