Posts Tagged ‘health technology’

Mobile Technology for Health Promotion

Julia Berteletti - Tuesday, 1 April 2014 11:51

The theme of the 24th Annual Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference was “What Works in Health Promotion? Perspectives of the Top Program Managers and Scientists.” As a project coordinator at Klein Buendel, Inc. and with a background in health communications research, I was excited to attend this meeting recently in Colorado Springs. The conference attracted health promotion professionals and researchers with hands-on perspectives to promoting wellness in various populations.

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Trends in Health Communication

Klein Buendel - Friday, 14 February 2014 12:43
In this excerpt from the Coalition for Health Communication blog, Dr. Michael Slater shares his views on where the discipline of health communication is going. Dr. Slater serves as a consultant on several Klein Buendel, Inc. research projects.
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A World of Wanting To Do

Julia Berteletti - Tuesday, 13 August 2013 09:15

I recently had the privilege of attending the Games for Health conference in Boston. The conference was comprised of a unique mix of researchers and game developers, and though I’m not a “gamer” per se, I am very interested in technology innovations that promote healthier communities. Using games for health is still a relatively novel concept, yet a promising one.  I’ve seen this in my work as a project coordinator for Klein Buendel, Inc. I’m currently involved in a study that uses gaming technology to combat pediatric obesity.

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360iDev Conference Offers Inspiration for Integrating Technology into Health Interventions

Klein Buendel - Monday, 24 September 2012 10:15

Klein Buendel, Inc. Programming Manager James Shane attended the 360iDev 2012 conference hoping to learn more about the latest trends in iPhone and iPad development. He left with a deeper insight into smartphone application development and marketing.

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Opportunities for Health Research Scientists? 11 Under-adopted Healthcare Technologies

Lisa Forster - Wednesday, 19 September 2012 07:43

Recently, the New England Healthcare Institute (NEHI), an independent, not-for-profit research and health policy organization, reported on 11 high-value innovative technologies that have been under-adopted. The organization recommended that those involved in the monitoring and management of chronic diseases and underserved populations keep a close eye on these technologies.  For scientists, these health technologies may also present opportunities for further innovative research.

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