Information and resources for those with an interest in the use of information and communication technologies to improve healthcare delivery, individuals’ lives and communities.
COVID-19 self-assessment tool [online tool according to CDC guidelines] (Mayo Clinic)
Check your symptoms - NHS 111 online [online tool] (NHS, UK)
Symptom self-check [chatbot in Portuguese and English] (Telehealth Centre Hospital das Clinicas, UFMG, Brazil)
There are many different sources of quality online blogs available for Digital Health researchers to access, the list below provides a selection that could help to build your knowledge:
Researchers in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences in Flinders University have been developing projects to improve lives of individuals, communities and the health system. In the videos below they tell us how different technologies enabled and facilitated them approaching identified health needs and research questions.
The ELDAC project – End of life directions for aged care
Professor Jennifer Tieman
Palliative care Telehealth project
Dr Deidre Morgan
Professor Robyn Clark
Flinders Assistant for Memory Enhancement (FAME)
Dr Lua Perimal-Lewis
iSupport for Dementia project
Dr Lily Xiao
Digital Inclusion project
Associate Professor Pammi Raghavendra
Care and Informatics Technology Project team has developed a reference document prepared for the ‘Digital Health’ focus to health research: why it matters to ECRs? workshop held in September 2019.
Useful references and resources for Digital Health research (713kb PDF) details of references and resources that might be useful for those with little or no experience in research in Digital Health.