Self-monitoring, self-awareness, and self-determination in cardiac rehabilitation

@inproceedings{Maitland2010SelfmonitoringSA,
  title={Self-monitoring, self-awareness, and self-determination in cardiac rehabilitation},
  author={Julie Maitland and Matthew Chalmers},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2010}
}
The application of self-monitoring technologies to the problem of promoting health-related behavioural change has been an active area of research for many years. This paper reports on our investigations into health-related behavioural change within the context of a cardiac rehabilitation programme, and considers the role that self-monitoring currently plays and may play in the future. We carried out semi-structured interviews with nineteen cardiac rehabilitation participants. Our main findings… CONTINUE READING
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