With the increasing adoption of mobile technology, the way Hopkins students and faculty conduct research studies is quickly transforming. This change has never been more apparent with recent release and ready availability of ResearchKit from Apple.
The Johns Hopkins Medicine Technology Innovation Center in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical & Translational Research and the Division of Health Sciences and Informatics organized a consortium of speakers, which includes: representatives from Apple, software developers who specialize in ResearchKit and research professionals at Hopkins.
Featured Event Speakers include Dr. Nathan Crone and Dr. Gregory Krauss, who just released EpiWatch, the first ResearchKit application that uses Apple Watch for collecting data.
The event will guide participants through a roadmap for conducting their first ResearchKit study with the knowledge gained from the creation of EpiWatch. Learn how to navigate the world of app development and e-consent in order to better fulfill your research needs.
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