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OBJECTIVE This is an exploratory study examining the perceived attitudes and readiness of women aged 50 years or older on adopting a mobile phone-based intervention named as Infohealth in Singapore. METHOD Infohealth is designed as a health informatics to tailor personalized healthcare advice for the well-being for women - very little is known about the(More)
OBJECTIVE This paper is an exploratory study that investigates Singaporean women's acceptance of using mobile phones to seek health information. METHOD A mobile web containing health topics was developed to track Singaporean women's actual use of their mobile phones to seek health information. A survey questionnaire measured variables hypothesized to(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore differences in perception and acceptance levels of Female-focused Healthcare Applications (FHA). This study will focus on the different demographic data between female healthcare and non-healthcare workers. METHOD Questionnaires were used in a revised technology acceptance model entitled as the Female-focused Acceptance Model (FAM) to(More)
The purpose of this paper is illustrate why and how a mobile-phone based application was proposed to explore how women react and their acceptance toward well-being management after interacting with the application. It was organized by considering the Female-focused Design Strategy (FDS) and designed to have three features: a description of health topics, a(More)
This study examined effects of age and social psychological factors on women's willingness to be mobile health information seekers. A national survey of 1,878 Singaporean women was conducted to obtain information on women's mobile phone usage, experiences of health information seeking, and appraisals of using mobile phones to seek health information.(More)
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