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Title: Developing personalised diabetic platform using a Design Science Research Methodology
Epworth Authors: Wickramasinghe, N
Other Authors: Joachim, Shane
Jayaraman, Prem
Forkan, Abdur
Morshed, Ashan
Keywords: Personal Health and Wellness Management with Technologies
Design Principle
Online Education
Task Technology Fit
Health Informatics Clinical Institute, Epworth HealthCare, Victoria, Australia
Issue Date: 5-Jan-2021
Conference Name: 54th HICSS 2021 (Hawaii International conference on System Sciences)
Conference Location: Hawaii USA
Abstract: Diabetes Mellitus a prevalent chronic disease that affects people from all genders and ages, continues to grow exponentially with predictions of nearly 578 million people affected by 2030. Self-management, known to be an essential aspect of any care program can help patients with diabetics to control blood glucose and thereby reduce the impact and likely complications. However, self-management to date has included the development of digital health solutions have poor sustained uptake. This is primarily since such digital solutions have a poor fit with patient and clinician needs. In this paper we propose a digital platform for supporting patients with diabetes. The proposed platform is a work-in-progress research and has been co-designed and co-developed (jointly with patients and clinicians) based on design science principles and includes key aspects of task-technology fit information system theory for further evaluation.
Type: Conference Paper
Affiliated Organisations: Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Central Queensland University
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