Wearable digital health technology has become increasingly popular, offering numerous benefits such as real-time health and fitness monitoring, but raises ethical concerns about data privacy and protection.
Dr. Carter will discuss the public health problem of firearm injury prevention, characterize the role of behavioral interventions in reducing violent injury outcomes and provide examples of how technology can be integrated into behavioral interventions for reducing violent injury.
The Adverse Childhood Experiences questionnaire examines childhood traumatic events, which are linked to negative health effects in adulthood, highlighting the need to improve child and family well-being.
While technology and social media have played a role in the rise of gun violence and mass shootings in the United States, digital health interventions and innovative technology have the power to transform this narrative and elicit positive change.
Digital health innovations such as surgical robotics and telemedicine allow patients to receive specialized care without the hassle of travel, but debates have arisen over complete accessibility and confidentiality.
Augmented reality is increasingly being used in the field of medicine, and gaming that doubles as physical therapy is a great way to combine physical health and entertainment. I sat down with co-founder and COO of Reactiv, Siddharth Saxena, to talk about Reactiv’s journey and his vision for the future of the field.