A user-centred approach to inform the design of a mobile application for STI diagnosis and management

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Mobile, pervasive, and ubiquitous computing technologies have the potential to transform healthcare by providing solutions to diagnose conditions and manage care. This paper describes a patient-centred approach to the design of a mobile application to support self-testing for sexually transmitted infections, providing easy and immediate access to diagnosis, treatment via electronic prescription, and partner notification. This paper presents the results of a series of focus group discussions with young people to explore their perceptions of the proposed system and discusses the emergent design principles that present challenges for user interface design and require consideration prior to the adoption of this mobile-based sexual health care.

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@inproceedings{Gkatzidou2013AUA, title={A user-centred approach to inform the design of a mobile application for STI diagnosis and management}, author={Voula Gkatzidou and Kate Hone and Jo Gibbs and Lorna J. Sutcliffe and Syed Tariq Sadiq and Pam Sonnenberg and Claudia S. Estcourt}, booktitle={BCS HCI}, year={2013} }