Living Profiles: Design of a health media platform for teens with special healthcare needs

@article{Chira2010LivingPD,
  title={Living Profiles: Design of a health media platform for teens with special healthcare needs},
  author={Peter Chira and Lisa Nugent and Kimberly Miller and Tina Park and Sean Donahue and Amit Soni and Diane Nugent and Christy Sandborg},
  journal={Journal of biomedical informatics},
  year={2010},
  volume={43 5 Suppl},
  pages={S9-12}
}
Living Profiles is a health media platform in development that aggregates multiple data flows to help teens with special healthcare needs (SHCN), particularly with regard to self-management and independence. A teen-oriented personal health record (PHR) incorporates typical teen behaviors and attitudes about health and wellness, encompasses how teens perceive and convey quality of life, and aligns with data related to their chronic medical condition. We have conceived a secure personalized user… CONTINUE READING
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