This issue will highlight our recent successful webinars, 2 publications in Lancet Public Health by CRE researchers, details about upcoming webinars and some other new publications by CRE researchers.
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Successful submission to the 17th World Congress on Public Health in Rome, Italy May 2-6
Kaley Butten and Marlien Varnfield will be presenting at the 17th World Congress on Public Health in Rome, Italy May 2-6. Kaley will be delivering a presentation on ‘Adjusting to digital change: learnings from five hospitals using mHealth for gestational diabetes management’. Marlien is a co-author and the CRE is supporting with some of the travel costs.
Publications from CRE researchers in Lancet Digital Health – Top digital health journal in the world with an Impact Factor of 36.
CRE researchers – George Siopsis, Dom Kwasnicka and Brian Oldenburg – have recently published two papers in Lancet Digital Health
Digital health interventions have shown promising results for the management of type 2 diabetes, but a comparison of the effectiveness and implementation of the different modes is not currently available. Therefore, this study aimed to compare the effectiveness of SMS, smartphone application, and website-based interventions on improving glycaemia in adults with type 2 diabetes and report on their reach, uptake, and feasibility.
Moschonis G, Siopis G, Jung J, Eweka E, Willems R, Kwasnicka D, Asare BY, Kodithuwakku V, Verhaeghe N, Vedanthan R, Annemans L, Oldenburg B, Manios Y; DigiCare4You Consortium. Effectiveness, reach, uptake, and feasibility of digital health interventions for adults with type 2 diabetes: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. Lancet Digit Health. 2023
Link to the article can be found here
Digital health interventions are effective for hypertension self-management, but a comparison of the effectiveness and implementation of the different modes of interventions is not currently available. This study aimed to compare the effectiveness of SMS, smartphone application, and website interventions on improving blood pressure in adults with hypertension, and to report on their reach, uptake, and feasibility.
Siopis G, Moschonis G, Eweka E, Jung J, Kwasnicka D, Asare BY, Kodithuwakku V, Willems R, Verhaeghe N, Annemans L, Vedanthan R, Oldenburg B, Manios Y; DigiCare4You Consortium. Effectiveness, reach, uptake, and feasibility of digital health interventions for adults with hypertension: a systematic review and meta- analysis of randomised controlled trials. Lancet Digit Health. 2023
Link to the article can be found here
13 April 2023 Time: 3.00pm to 4.00pm
Integrating physician and patient-side mobile health technology in rural China for stroke management and its customized adoption in Nepal
Prof Yan will talk about Mobile health (mHealth) technology that has been widely used extensively in managing long term conditions like heart disease. However, most applications are either physician- or patient-facing. Dr Yan’s team has developed an integrated mHealth system including functions for both physicians and patients. Such a system was also designed to strengthen primary care and improve the quality of community-based care. In this presentation, Dr Yan will present the results of a cluster randomized controlled trial in rural China testing such an intervention in rural China for stroke management. Their team has also conducted formative contextual research in rural Nepal to evaluate its applicability in different settings. Prof Lijing Yan is one of our CRE Associate Investigators.
Prof Yan, PhD, MPH is Professor of Global Health at Duke Kunshan University, China and Adjunct Professor at Peking University Institute for Global Health and Development and Wuhan University School of Public Health. She has been the Head of Non-communicable Chronic Diseases (NCDs) Research at the Global Health Research Center, Duke Kunshan University, since July 2014. Previously, she was the Director of Graduate Studies for the Master of Science in Global Health Program at Duke Kunshan University and the Deputy Director of the George Institute for Global Health at Peking University Health Science Center, and Director of the China International Center for Chronic Disease Prevention, a large network of five international academic institutions and seven Chinese institutions dedicated to combat NCDs in China.
Find out more here
Future CRE Webinar Presenters
11th May 2023 – Learning from Successful and Failed Research in Digital Health: Opportunities for Collaboration versus Duplication
Dr Emily Seto
Associate Professor – University of Toronto
Scientist, Centre for Global eHealth Innovation, UHN Affiliated Faculty, Techna Institute, UHN/UofT
8th June 2023 – Adjusting to digital change: learnings from five hospitals using mHealth for gestational diabetes management
Dr Kaley Butten
Research Scientist – Digital Therapeutics and Care
Australian e-Health Research Centre | Health & Biosecurity | CSIRO
Dr Marlien Varnfield
Principal Research Scientist and Group Leader I CSIRO
- Morris, M.E.; Brusco, N.K.; Jones, J.; Taylor, N.F.; East, C.E.; Semciw, A.I.; Edvardsson, K.; Thwaites, ; Bourke, S.L.; Raza Khan, U.; Fowler-Davis, S.; Oldenburg, B. The Widening Gap between the Digital Capability of the Care Workforce and Technology-Enabled Healthcare Delivery: A Nursing and Allied Health Analysis. Find the article here
- Lim, H., Thurston, L., Vassilis Kostakos, Eres, R. et al. A pilot randomised controlled trial of the Peer Tree digital intervention targeting loneliness in young people: a study protocol. Find the article here
- Lane J, David K, Ramarao J, Ward K, Raghuraman S, Waheed M, Lau AY. Translating primary care to telehealth: analysis of in-person consultations on diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Find the article here
- Sarsenbayeva, Zhanna, and Van Berkel, Niels, Vassilis Kostakos,et al. “Mapping 20 years of accessibility research in HCI: A co-word analysis”. Find the article here
- Accepted Manuscript: Meg E Morris *, Natasha K Brusco, Jeff Jones, Nicholas F Taylor, Christine E East, Adam I Semciw, Kristina Edvardsson, Claire Thwaits, Sharon L Bourke, Urooj Raza-Khan, Sally Fowler-Davis, Oldenburg, B.. The Widening Gap between the Digital Capability of the Care Workforce and Technology-Enabled Healthcare Delivery: A Nursing and Allied Health Analysis. Find the article here