- Title Pages
- 1 The Informatics of Diabetes: A Research Agenda for the Socially and Institutionally Sensitive Use of Information Technology to Improve Health Care
- II Moving Diabetes Care Outside the Doctor’s Office: Experiments in Ubiquitous Computing
- 2 Understanding the Potential of Ubiquitous Computing for Chronic Disease Management
- 3 An Iterative Discovery Approach in Designing Ubicomp Technologies That Assist Individuals in Managing Diabetes
- III Uses of Educational Gaming in Diabetes Treatment
- 4 Diabetes and Obesity: Can Videogames Help?
- 5 Diabetes Education and Serious Gaming: Teaching Adolescents to Cope with Diabetes
- IV Other Technological Explorations in Diabetes Care
- 6 Relational Agents for Chronic Disease Self-Management
- 7 Designing Information to Facilitate Chronic Disease Management: Clinician–Patient Interactions in Diabetes Care
- V Changing the Equation: Patient Access to Information
- 8 Information and Communication Technologies for Diabetes Self-Management and Education: User-Centered Perspectives
- 9 Mother, My Medical Record: What Role Do Patients with Chronic Conditions and Parents Play in the Management of Their Medical Information?
- VI Methodological and Theoretical Considerations
- 10 Using Behavior Change Theory to Understand and Guide Technological Interventions
- 11 Achieving Success in Research Collaborations in Health Informatics
- About the Authors
- Health Informatics
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