The Resource Project HealthDesign: Estrellita - An Application for Tracking Observations of Daily Living Related to Preterm Infants, 2011-2012

Project HealthDesign: Estrellita - An Application for Tracking Observations of Daily Living Related to Preterm Infants, 2011-2012

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Project HealthDesign: Estrellita - An Application for Tracking Observations of Daily Living Related to Preterm Infants, 2011-2012
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Project HealthDesign: Estrellita - An Application for Tracking Observations of Daily Living Related to Preterm Infants, 2011-2012
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More than 12 percent of all United States births each year are preterm. To improve the care of these infants, which have an increased risk of serious developmental and chronic health problems, the Estrellita team created a mobile phone application to monitor premature infants and their caregivers. This app allows caregivers to better understand the infant care process and to more easily interact with clinicians about themselves and the care of their infants. Caregivers used the Estrellita app to record their own stress levels and mood and their infants' observations of daily living (ODL) such as baby fussiness, diapering, weight, and bonding activities with the babies. In addition, the app allowed the caregivers to track clinical appointments, review the ODL data, and send and receive text messages from clinicians
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  • Flatley Brennan, Patricia
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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  • Hayes, Gillian R.
  • Cheng-Ramos, Karen G.
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Project HealthDesign: Estrellita - An Application for Tracking Observations of Daily Living Related to Preterm Infants, 2011-2012
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  • 2011--2012
  • 36029
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ICPSR36029.v1
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Project HealthDesign: Estrellita - An Application for Tracking Observations of Daily Living Related to Preterm Infants, 2011-2012
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  • 2011--2012
  • 36029
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ICPSR36029.v1
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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