Human-centered design exploration with Kenyan health workers on proposed digital mental health screening and intervention training development: Thematic analysis of user preferences and needs

Human-centered design exploration with Kenyan health workers on proposed digital mental health screening and intervention training development: Thematic analysis of user preferences and needs

Human-centered design exploration with Kenyan health workers on proposed digital mental health screening and intervention training development: Thematic analysis of user preferences and needs

Authors: Manasi Kumar, Paul Macharia, and Vincent Nyongesa

Publication Year: 2022

Tags: health care workers, Human-centered design, mental health training and services, peripartum adolescent mental health, and technology acceptance model

Integrating Human-Centered Design and Social Science Research to Improve Service-Delivery and Empower Community Health Workers: Lessons from Project RISE

Integrating Human-Centered Design and Social Science Research to Improve Service-Delivery and Empower Community Health Workers: Lessons from Project RISE

Integrating Human-Centered Design and Social Science Research to Improve Service-Delivery and Empower Community Health Workers: Lessons from Project RISE

Authors: Faiz A. Hashmi, Oskar Burger, and Micah B. Goldwater

Publication Year: 2024

Tags: Accredited social health activist, Community health workers, Global public health, Human-centered design, Maternal and child health, and Mixed methods

Applying Human-Centered Design in Global Mental Health to Improve Reach Among Underserved Populations in the United States and India

Applying Human-Centered Design in Global Mental Health to Improve Reach Among Underserved Populations in the United States and India

Applying Human-Centered Design in Global Mental Health to Improve Reach Among Underserved Populations in the United States and India

Authors: Candace J Black , Jenna M Berent , Udita Joshi

Publication Year: 2023

Tags: Access to SRH services for adolescents and Design-led theory of change for a mobile game for adolescent girls

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