Global mHealth
Nov
7
11:45 AM11:45

Global mHealth

This month the Mobile App Gateway seminar series will take a look at digital health technologies from a global health perspective. Our event will feature Dr. Lavanya Vasudevan, Assistant Professor in Community and Family Medicine and two Duke students, Mary Brannock, M.S. Candidate in Global Health and Linh Bui, a Trinity College of Arts & Sciences student participating in the Bass Connections Program. They will use the backdrop of their three different research projects to discuss strategies and considerations for developing a digital health product that is tailored for your specific project.


Lunch will be provided. Arrive at 11:45am to pick up your lunch, the seminar will begin at 12:00pm.

Register here.

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Digital Health 360: Accelerating the Future of Health
Nov
14
8:00 AM08:00

Digital Health 360: Accelerating the Future of Health

The Mobile App Gateway is a proud partner in planning the DHIT Summit. DHIT is a Durham-based social venture focused on Digital Health Impact and Transformation. The 2018 DHIT Summit will convene internationally recognized thought leaders and key stakeholders from the healthcare ecosystem to dig deep into how Digital Health can pervasively be used to transform health. The expert panels and workshops will focus on three key transformative topics through the lens of Digital Health, including Building Healthy Communities, Health Engagement, and Precision Health.

Register here.

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Duke's First Digital Health Week!
Sep
17
to Sep 20

Duke's First Digital Health Week!

The inaugural Duke Digital Health Week will be the crossroads at which health, tech, business and the humanities at Duke meet. Mobile technology and wearables are empowering patients and caregivers with data, and with the introduction of artificial intelligence, virtual reality and telemedicine into the clinician's tool bag, the way we experience healthcare is rapidly changing. As the use of digital health technologies expands, we ask, what's in store for the future of health?

The Duke Mobile App Gateway is bringing together experts from Duke Health and Duke University together with patients, families, students, and the curious. We want to include everyone with an interest in the future of healthcare in the conversation; we'll share ideas, new findings, best practices, tools, and raise questions. Come connect with Duke. Come imagine the future of Digital Health.  

Want to know more? 

Get more info and register: bit.ly/DukeDHWeek2018

Check out our blog post: Why Digital Health Week?

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Digital Health Happy Hour
Jul
12
4:30 PM16:30

Digital Health Happy Hour

Join fellow digital health enthusiasts over a beverage and appetizers at Black Twig Cider House in Durham!

Come on out for a casual networking event where you can chat about your current project, or get the creative juices flowing and meet potential collaborators for a future project.

The MAG will be providing hors d'oeuvres for the evening, alcoholic beverages available for purchase.

Please register here: http://bit.ly/MAGHappyHour (to ensure we order enough apps... the edible kind!)

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Digital Health Devices: Exploring Data Integrity and Clinical Use
Jun
7
11:30 AM11:30

Digital Health Devices: Exploring Data Integrity and Clinical Use

With hundreds of 'health' devices on the market, how do you choose which fitness tracker/ sensor/ bluetooth-enabled product to use for your research and patient monitoring? Join Ryan Shaw, PhD, RN, Faculty Director for the Mobile App Gateway and Associate Professor of the Schools of Nursing and Medicine explain the pros and cons of different choices, which tools integrate with Epic, and best practices for effective data capture. 

Join us in the Duke Medical Pavillion, Room DMP.2W96

Lunch will be provided. 

Sign up here: 

Duke faculty, staff and students: http://bit.ly/MAG-mHealthDevices

External community: https://duke-digital-health-devices.eventbrite.com

 

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Coffee & Case Studies with MAG
May
17
8:30 AM08:30

Coffee & Case Studies with MAG

The Duke Mobile App Gateway delivers consultations and connects researchers and clinicians with resources and tools for mobile health research and mobile healthcare. We’ve interacted with over 100 people and groups in the digital health arena at Duke; some projects have proceeded smoothly, others have had special challenges. Come hear what we’ve learned: best practices, common roadblocks and pitfalls, as well as more helpful resources and tips. We’ll hear case studies directly from the project leaders to find out what worked and what didn’t. Then our MAG team will walk the audience through our lessons-learned to help you get your app developed and launched smoothly!  

Time: There will be two parts to this event

- Coffee & Case Studies presentations: 8:30AM-9:30AM
- 1:1 consultations with a member of the MAG Team: 9:30AM-10:30AM (sign up in the registration form below)

Location: Duke North 2003

Please register here.

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Creating Engaging Mobile Apps
Apr
26
9:00 AM09:00

Creating Engaging Mobile Apps

Have you ever noticed that some apps are super simple to use and delightful? And others feel clunky and frustrating? Join the MAG and a local development partner for this workshop to learn best practices for creating engaging mobile apps that will bring your users back for more. 

Join us at Erwin Mill A103 from 9am-1pm.

Lunch will be provided. 

Register here: This event has ended.

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Digital Health Rules and Regs: An Overview of the new FDA guidelines
Mar
20
9:00 AM09:00

Digital Health Rules and Regs: An Overview of the new FDA guidelines

If you've ever wondered if your new mobile app idea might be subject to FDA review or approval, come to this one hour session hosted by the Mobile App Gateway and the Duke Office of Regulatory Affairs and Quality. 

Join us in Duke North 2003.

Light breakfast will be provided. 

Sign up here: bit.ly/MAGmobilehealthguidelines

Watch the recorded event here.

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