Pokémon Go: Ubiquitous Computing Delivering Better Health or Co-Incidental Health Benefits from Technology Use? A Participatory Observational Study

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Stimulating sustained behavioural change through information and technology has been an aim of much health informatics research. Traditional approaches use technology to mediate communications between health professionals and patients. More recent lifestyle technologies engage the patient directly with information and advice - but what of the phenomena that… (More)
DOI: 10.3233/978-1-61499-742-9-389

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@article{Yee2017PokmonGU, title={Pok{\'e}mon Go: Ubiquitous Computing Delivering Better Health or Co-Incidental Health Benefits from Technology Use? A Participatory Observational Study}, author={Kwang Chien Yee and Ming Chao Wong and Paul Turner}, journal={Studies in health technology and informatics}, year={2017}, volume={234}, pages={389-394} }