Digitising public health: what are the ethical implications and responsibilities?

  • Deborah Lupton

Description

From tracking kilojoules to mapping exercise plans and monitoring mood fluctuations, mobile apps and fitness trackers allow users to access – and share – a wealth of data to help them set their fitness goals, track their progress and even compare their results with friends.

But what are the implications of giving away all this valuable data? And how can health workers best engage consumers and make use of this wealth of information

Subject

Digital Sociology

Period18 Apr 2017 → 20 Apr 2017

Media coverage

3

Media coverage

  • TitleDigitising public health: what are the ethical implications and responsibilities?
    Media name/outletPremium Official News
    CountryPakistan
    Date20/04/17
    PersonsDeborah Lupton
  • TitleDigitising public health: what are the ethical implications and responsibilities?
    Media name/outletPremium Official News
    CountryPakistan
    Date19/04/17
    PersonsDeborah Lupton
  • TitleDigitising public health: what are the ethical implications and responsibilities?
    Media name/outletPremium Official News
    CountryPakistan
    Date18/04/17
    PersonsDeborah Lupton