Roadmap for mHealth Interventions Targeting At-Risk Women
This Roadmap, produced by the Health and Development Foundation, is intended as a guide for developers and implementers of mHealth interventions for at-risk women.
The guide contains a review of mobile tools as well as a literature review, lessons learned, evidence-based data, and information on the mHealth interventions available and appropriate for this at-risk population.
It also contains a comprehensive explanation of methodology and practical recommendations on the strategic planning of behavior change interventions based on mobile devices for different groups of at-risk women – those with a history of substance abuse, commercial sex workers, and women preparing to start or who have recently completed prison terms.
HDF collaborated with a US-Russian coalition of experts with experience in mHealth interventions in both countries in the field of health promotion to at-risk, underserved, disadvantaged, and vulnerable female populations.
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March 25, 2019