mHealth - Multiple Lifestyle Behaviours (MoBILE)


Inadequate physical activity, unhealthy diets, smoking and excessive alcohol consumption increases the risk of noncommunicable disease and premature death. The responsibility of the healthcare sector to provide support for patients in need of changing unhealthy lifestyle behaviours has been difficult to fulfil with resource intensive methods such as individual and group counselling.

Lifestyle interventions delivered through mobile phones (included in the umbrella term mHealth) is a rapidly emerging research area. The research program MoBILE aims to develop, evaluate and implement seven mHealth lifestyle interventions that can be delivered via the healthcare sector to different target groups, including pregnant women, children, young adults, and patients with elective surgery.

The MoBILE research program is a collaboration between the IMPACT and LiiR research groups at Linköping University. MoBILE is supported by Forte (2018-2020) through a special call in healthcare science.





Seminar series

MoBILE seminar 8 - Digital encounters

In the eighth MoBILE seminar, the discussed subject is digital encounters, and its challenges and opportunities. Interesting aspects, including differences between in-person and electronic device communication, interaction via chatbots, feelings associated with digital encounters and human-like considerations are discussed and reflected upon.

Research Group

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