Mobile Health Interventions for Consumer Self-control of Unhealthy Alcohol Use

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Centre for IT-enabled Transformation (CITT) and IEEE NSW Computer Society Joint Seminar- June 2018

Unhealthy alcohol use is one of the major causes of preventable morbidity, mortality and associated behavioral risks worldwide. It has been challenging for healthcare organisations to provide high-quality services with a limited budget. Is there any digital solution for this challenge? Mobile health interventions provides a cost-effective means for consumer self-control of unhealthy alcohol use anywhere anytime. This presentation will present a systematic literature study that reports the research evidence about the components of these interventions and the health outcomes they have achieved.



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  • SMART Building
  • University of Wollongong, New South Wales
  • Australia 2522
  • Building: 6
  • Room Number: 209


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Mr Ting Song