August 2016 – The HomeSHARE initiative is a geographically distributed testbed to design, develop, and evaluate pervasive home-based technologies for aging-in-place. IU is the lead institution, with partners at University of Colorado, University of Virginia, Clemson University and University of Washington.
July 2016 – The design paper for the LEAD mobile app was published in JMIR Public Health and Surveillance. Read about how we designed an ESM application for low-literacy, Mexican-American women in our paper titled: Development of an Ecological Momentary Assessment Mobile App for a Low-Literacy, Mexican American Population to Collect Disordered Eating Behaviors
May 2016: Haley got her latest paper on how to use the ARC method into the Pervasive Health conference in Cancun. See you there! Asynchronous remote communities (arc) for researching distributed populations
April 2016 – See our latest DIMA paper in CHI: Evaluation of a Food Portion Size Estimation Interface for a Varying Literacy Population.
Sept 2015 – I’m happy to report that my department now offers and MS of Informatics, and it has a Proactive Health track! Our Health Informatics focus is different than most you’ll find around the country, with a focus on empowering patients with technologies outside of the clinical setting. Find out more about the degree here and come join us for an MS or PhD in Proactive Health Informatics!
Mar 2015 – Our paper, Limited but satisfied: Low SES older adults experiences of aging in place was accepted to Pervasive Health, 2015. Looking forward to visiting Istanbul for the first time!
Mar 2015 – Our paper, Rare World: Towards Technology for People with Rare Diseases, received an honorable mention award at CHI 2015.
Dec 2014: I am co-author of two papers accepted to CHI next year: Rare World: Towards Technology for People with Rare Diseases and Privacy Concerns and Behaviors of People with Visual Impairments.