HINF 5301 - Personal Health Technologies: Field Deployment and System Evaluation
Offers a project-based course exploring the deployment and evaluation of innovative personal health technologies. Working in teams, students have an opportunity to deploy and evaluate a prototype personal health technology that has been previously developed by students in HINF 5300. Offers students an opportunity to develop a research plan to measure the effectiveness, usability, and/or feasibility of the technology; recruit study participants; deploy the technology; and analyze the data collected. Offers students an opportunity to learn about each of these steps and work towards producing a publishable-quality research paper on the technology and results of the efficacy study. Students also have an opportunity to prepare a grant application that extends the technology and research methodology. Additional topics include technology transfer and implications on health policy. Prereq. Junior, senior, or graduate standing.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Health Informatics Department

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