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Apps, Mannequins and Actors: Professional Development for Today’s Nurses

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Today’s nurses have to keep track of so much more for patients than they did just 30 years ago. Millennials are used to having information at their fingertips, and nurses today have to manage an enormous amount of data simultaneously.

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Smartphone App Successfully Promotes Child Car Seat Safety

A smartphone app designed to promote proper child car seat use among parents proved effective in a study led by researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

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New Rutgers App Seeks to Reduce Infant Mortality

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The SIDS Info app developed by Rutgers medical experts puts safe sleep recommendations in the hands of health care providers and new parents

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Text Messaging Tool May Help Fight Opioid Epidemic

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Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Epharmix, a digital health company, have created a new automated text messaging service that may curb opioid abuse and prevent relapse. Patients receive text messages to gauge if they’re feeling OK or struggling with potential relapse. Patients also can activate a panic button to request immediate help.

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Apps Help Doctors Protect Patients Taking Anticoagulants

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Providing anesthesia and pain medicine to patients taking anticoagulants can be dangerous due to serious drug interactions. This app gives doctors access to warnings and critical information related to the many drug interactions based on the most up-to-date guidelines available.

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Graduate Student Wins Design Contest for Mobile Health App for Those Considering Elective Mastectomy

Employing user-centered design, Grayson achieved dual goals of aiding not only patients but also researchers seeking data about patients’ decision making.

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DHS S&T Leading Development of Secure Mobile Apps

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The Mobile App Security project has two primary research and development foci: continuous mobile app monitoring, vetting and security assurance to safeguard against vulnerabilities and future threats and establishing a security framework and integrated development environments that will result in development platforms.

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New Wave of Mobile Technology to be Tested in New York City

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The wireless standard known as 4G turned mobile phones into movie-streaming platforms, but the next wireless revolution promises more than speedy downloads. It could pave the way for surgeons operating remotely on patients, cars that rarely crash and events that can be virtually experienced from thousands of miles away.

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App Developed at UIC to Track Mood, Predict Bipolar Disorder Episodes

An app that one day may help predict and monitor manic and depressive episodes in people with bipolar disorder is now available in the App Store.The app, called BiAffect, was designed by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago, along with collaborators at the University of Michigan, Arbormoon Software and Sage Bionetworks.







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