Designing Consumer Health Technologies for the Treatment of Patients With Depression: A Health Practitioner's Perspective

@inproceedings{Huber2014DesigningCH,
  title={Designing Consumer Health Technologies for the Treatment of Patients With Depression: A Health Practitioner's Perspective},
  author={Joerg Huber and Ginger E. White and Kelly Caine and Kay Connelly and Rebecca Selove and Tom Doub},
  booktitle={Interactive journal of medical research},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND The consumer health technologies used by patients on a daily basis can be effectively leveraged to assist them in the treatment of depression. However, because treatment for depression is a collaborative endeavor, it is important to understand health practitioners' perspectives on the benefits, drawbacks, and design of such technologies. OBJECTIVE The objective of this research was to understand how patients and health practitioners can effectively and successfully influence the… CONTINUE READING
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