What Really Works - Mobile Health

What Really Works - Mobile Health

The mobile health movement is making great strides as mobile technologies contribute to improving the health of everyday people. Access, insight and convenience are the hallmarks of mobile technologies. But what are the proven solutions that actually improve the health of people?

Health professionals continue to be the first choice for most people with health concerns, but online resources, including advice from peers, are a significant source of health information in the U.S.

In What Really Works, Susanna Fox of PEW shares her insights on Mobile Health at the Stanford University conference being held May 4 - 6, 2011. The conference highlights real solutions for real people -- practical, proven solutions. Each speaker will share  "what really works."  Susannah will discuss the Pew Internet Project's latest research about what people are really doing online -- how they are gathering, sharing, and creating health information and what it means now that a majority of adults have on-the-go internet access.

To learn more about the conference, please visit http://mobilehealth.org/

To view Susanna Fox's presentation, please visit What Really Works

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mobile, Technology, PEW, Susannah York, Stanford University, mobile health