Willingness to use smartphone application assistant to support migraine treatment
Huttunen, Hanna-Leena; Halonen, Raija (2018-06-17)
H. Huttunen & R. Halonen: Willingness to Use Smartphone Application Assistant to Support Migraine Treatment. 31ST BLED ECONFERENCE: DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: MEETING THE CHALLENGES JUNE 17–20, 2018, BLED, SLOVENIA, CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
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Migraine is one of the most neurologically challenging diseases. Migraines are divided into two main forms: aura and without aura. The purpose of this study was to investigate the willingness of migraine patients to use sensors and intelligent migraine diary to be used as support for their own care. There were 565 responses to the questionnaire. Out of those responded, 12 migraine patients were selected for a qualitative interview. The research utilised mixed method that revealed that almost all of the respondents were willing to use sensors to be used as well as an electronic migraine diary for self-care.
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