mHEaL and mHealth in a Restricted Environment: Design and Usability of an Offline Mental Health Literacy App

@inproceedings{Cannon2016mHEaLAM,
  title={mHEaL and mHealth in a Restricted Environment: Design and Usability of an Offline Mental Health Literacy App},
  author={Peter Cannon and Katie Walkup and Joshua M. Rea},
  booktitle={SIGDOC},
  year={2016}
}
This paper extends principles of usability and health information seeking to explore the development of an offline application for a special population of information consumers in a women's residential drug and treatment center. The offline application, called mHEal, will track and deliver mental health literacy (MHL) information to consumers, thereby increasing self-efficacy. Personalization of MHL services via a computer-based intervention required advanced usage of speculative usability… CONTINUE READING
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