KİŞİYE ÖZEL SAĞLIK BİLGİ SİSTEMLERİ İLE FARKINDALIK YARATMA: DİSİPLİNLERARASI ETKİNLİK ANALİZİ

Armağan Kuru, Çiğdem Erbuğ, Mehmet Tümer

Özet


Sağlık problemlerinin önlenmesinde sağlıklı beslenme ve düzenli egzersiz yapma alışkanlıklarının çok önemli olduğu birçok kaynakta belirtilmektedir. Son yıllarda, teknolojinin kişisel sağlık alanında kullanımı yaygınlaştıkça,  sağlık araştırmaları, tasarımda disiplinler arası çalışmaların odak noktalarından biri olmuştur. Bunlar çoğunlukla teknoloji yoluyla farkındalık yaratma ve insanları sağlıklı olmaya teşvik etme yönünde davranış değişikliğine yönlendirmeyi hedefleyen araştırmalar veya tasarımlardır. Kullanıcılar, araştırmacılar ve tasarımcılar için çok yeni olan ve hızla gelişen bu alan kendi içinde birçok soruyu barındırmaktadır.

 

Bu makalenin amacı, davranış değişikliğinin teknoloji yolu ile değiştirilmesini sağlayan tasarım ölçütlerini ortaya koymak ve bu alanda çalışmanın önemini vurgulamaktır. Ülkemiz için çok yeni olan taşınabilir sağlık sistemlerinin potansiyelleri ile bu alanda ihtiyaç duyulan çalışmaların boyutları, teknolojide varılan durum ve kullanıcı beklentileri tasarımcılar ve tıp doktorlarının bakışı açısından ayrı ayrı tartışılmıştır.

Anahtar Kelimeler


Kişiye özel bilgi sistemleri; farkındalık yaratma; davranış değişikliği

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