mHealth for Maternal Mental Health: Everyday Wisdom in Ethical Design

@article{Barry2017mHealthFM,
  title={mHealth for Maternal Mental Health: Everyday Wisdom in Ethical Design},
  author={Marguerite Barry and Kevin Doherty and Jos{\'e} Marcano Belisario and Josip Car and Cecily Morrison and Gavin Doherty},
  journal={Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems},
  year={2017}
}
Health and wellbeing applications increasingly raise ethical issues for design. User-centred and participatory design approaches, while grounded in everyday wisdom, cannot be expected to address ethical reflection consistently, as multiple value systems come into play. We explore the potential of phronesis, a concept from Aristotelian virtue ethics, for mHealth design. Phronesis describes wisdom and judgment garnered from practical experience of specific situations in context. Applied phronesis… 
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