Presentation Title

Effective Mobile Health Applications Amoung College Students

Presenter Information

Connor ShawFollow

Document Type

Panel Presentation

Keywords

Mobile, Health, Applications

Biography

I am senior at Marshall University majoring in Communication Studies and minoring in Marketing and Family and Consumer Sciences. I am originally from Silver Spring, Maryland. I look forward to graduating from Marshall University and using my degree to positively impact different groups of people.

Major

Communication Studies

Advisor for this project

Dr. Camilla Brammer

Start Date

19-4-2018 2:00 PM

End Date

19-4-2018 3:15 PM

Abstract

This paper aims to explore Appalachian college students’ health apps use by examining the most common types of health apps downloaded, the design elements that are perceived as most important, and the relationship between health consciousnesses and perceived utility of health applications. The majority of college students’ own smartphones and have the opportunity to use health apps., this research would help them mobile applications more useful and marketable to college students. This study will have Marshall University students complete a questionnaire about types of health apps, health consciousness, perceived utility, and desired features. This survey is online will be open for two weeks and consists of 60 questions and should take 15 minutes or less. This survey is open to participants 18 and older and can be found at www.qualtrics.com. This research could benefit college students by allowing the mobile applications to use this information to make the mobile health apps. more useful and marketable to college students.

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Effective Mobile Health Applications Amoung College Students

This paper aims to explore Appalachian college students’ health apps use by examining the most common types of health apps downloaded, the design elements that are perceived as most important, and the relationship between health consciousnesses and perceived utility of health applications. The majority of college students’ own smartphones and have the opportunity to use health apps., this research would help them mobile applications more useful and marketable to college students. This study will have Marshall University students complete a questionnaire about types of health apps, health consciousness, perceived utility, and desired features. This survey is online will be open for two weeks and consists of 60 questions and should take 15 minutes or less. This survey is open to participants 18 and older and can be found at www.qualtrics.com. This research could benefit college students by allowing the mobile applications to use this information to make the mobile health apps. more useful and marketable to college students.