Pilot of the Longitudinal Study on Child Development Based on Wearable Technologies in Malawi

Collection of data can sometimes be a difficult job due to unavoidable constraints. With the advancement in technology, wearables offer a potential turning point in the collection of research data in the developing world. To our knowledge, this project is the first to attempt to use wearables in the developing world for high-frequency data collection and interventions in the context of a longitudinal study. We aim to find the critical inflection points in child development using the data collected by these wearables.

See the full project here: https://www.ccwd.uzh.ch/health/nutrition/education/child-protection/2018/06/01/wearable-malawi.html


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