COMMUNICATION FOR HEALTH
APPLICATIONS & INTERVENTIONS
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GeneScreen, funded by the NHGRI, is a pilot project studying the best ways to offer targeted genetic screening to the general adult population.
Project Heart (Health Education and Relationship Training for Girls), funded by NIH/NICHD, is a web-based sexual health program for adolescent girls, ages 16-19.
CHART is a unique online behavior assessment tool created by - and for - UNC researchers to facilitate the data collection process and enhance interventions.
CARE: Caring and Reaching for Health is a worksite-based health and wellness project focused on physical activity, eating, sleep, and stress, or improving financial health habits and stressors designed specifically for NC child care center workers.
Eat for Relief is a web-based, patient focused, dietary intervention tool that provides users with dietary counseling, key food items, eating out and grocery guides, recipes, and a graphic representation of their daily pain score.
Teen Asthma App is a project aimed at learning what features and functions adolescents and their parents would like in an asthma self-management app.
TCORS is a research study to learn about peoples' ideas about cigarettes and other tobacco products.
eWellness is a program designed to improve diet and increase physical activity among African American colorectal cancer survivors.
Mothers & Others is a project that delivers anticipatory guidance on infant care, feeding, and growth to families of infants at high risk for pediatric obesity.
Heart to Health is a web-based, patient-focused, risk assessment tool, decision aid, and intervention to help facilitate adherence to cardiovascular heart health changes.