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ASE 2020
Mon 21 - Fri 25 September 2020 Melbourne, Australia
Mon 21 Sep 2020 04:46 - 05:02 at Kangaroo - Session 2 Paper Presentation Chair(s): Thuong Hoang

Many individuals find it difficult to meet their personal health and wellbeing goals. To address this, mobile health (mHealth) apps aimed at improving individuals’ diet, physical activity, sleep and mental health, are emerging at an increasing pace. These modern digital health interventions are a promising solution to promote behaviour change and help people maintain better health while controlling rising healthcare expenditures. However, the real-life effects of mHealth apps are often overshadowed by high dropout rates, with the loss of participants during the intervention seeming to be the rule rather than the exception. We designed the mHealth4U model as a sample-based study of user requirement and design preferences to enable more targeted health and wellbeing self-management. This model is aimed at understanding how life-changing digital health interventions can be designed and what software design components might increase consumers’ acceptance, adherence and continuous engagement. We put forward three hypotheses in terms of designing an mHealth app that is consumer-centred: consumers prefer (1) self-management mHealth apps that target multiple key health and wellbeing dimensions, (2) intelligent recommendations, and (3) behaviour change support delivered precisely where, when and how it is needed most. We design the mHealth4U model around the 3U cyber security design components (user, usage and usability) and validate the hypotheses through a randomised sampling test with 114 participants. The results of this research will inform the design of a next-generation of digital health interventions capable of supporting the end-users to achieve the healthy lifestyle they deserve.

Mon 21 Sep

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04:30 - 05:50
Session 2 Paper Presentation[Workshop] HCSE&CS at Kangaroo
Chair(s): Thuong Hoang School of Information Technology, Deakin University
04:30
16m
Talk
Exploring the Requirements of Pandemic Awareness Systems: A Case Study of COVID-19 Using Twitter, Reddit, and Google TrendsWorkshop
[Workshop] HCSE&CS
Esmaeil Shakeri University of Calgary, Behrouz Far University of Calgary
04:46
16m
Talk
mHealth4U: Designing for Health and Wellbeing Self-ManagemenWorkshop
[Workshop] HCSE&CS
Hamza Sellak CSIRO's Data61, Marthie Grobler CSIRO's Data61
05:02
16m
Talk
Reducing Delay Penalty of Multiple Concurrent Software Projects based on Overtime PlanningWorkshop
[Workshop] HCSE&CS
wei zhang East China University of Technology, Yun Yang Swinburne University of Technology, Xiao Liu School of Information Technology, Deakin University
05:18
16m
Talk
Towards Better Understanding of Agile Teams through Behavior Change ModelsWorkshop
[Workshop] HCSE&CS
Kashumi Madampe Monash University, Australia, Rashina Hoda Monash University, John Grundy Monash University, Australia
Pre-print
05:34
16m
Talk
A Vision to Mitigate Bioinformatics Software Development ChallengesWorkshop
[Workshop] HCSE&CS
Akond Rahman Tennessee Tech University, Farzana Ahamed Bhuiyan Tennessee Tech University