Behaviors, and Technologies, and Techniques…Oh My!

In addition to planning our upcoming eIntervention Workshop, here at CHAI Core we’ve been busy busy busy working on a literature review of eInterventions. So far, we’ve read over 1200 abstracts and 100 full-text articles. We’ve gained so much knowledge already! But what makes this review unique? We are focusing on studies that isolate the […]

mHealth and Public Health: Are You Ready?

A few weeks ago, mHealth@Duke 2014 was held in the Trent Semans Center for Health Education on Duke University’s campus. The immediate buzz may have subsided, but the excitement of the presentations remains. Keynote speaker was David Mohr, PhD, Director of  the Center for Behavioral Technologies (CBITS), a multidisciplinary center at Northwestern University. Dr. Mohr works alongside programmers […]