Our paper describing the HIFA discussion on informal mobile phone use has just been published:
We will also be organising a seminar [1st February] discussing the use of HIFA online forums in research projects. If you want to join the seminar, please see more information here: https://www.hifa.org/news/using-online-communities-practice-complement-h...
Professor of Evidence-Based Practice, Department of Health and Functioning
Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL)
Inndalsveien 28, Bergen
P.O.Box 7030 N-5020 Bergen, Norway
HIFA profile: Claire Glenton is a health systems researcher at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and editor with the Cochrane Effective Practice and Organisation of Care (EPOC) Group. Claire has a particular interest in systematic review methodology, including methods for disseminating the results of systematic reviews and methods for synthesising qualitative research. She regularly serves as technical advisor on World Health Organization guidelines. She also co-coordinates the GRADE-CERQual Project Group. She is one of the principal investigators of the mHealth-Innovate project, looking at informal use of mobile phones by health workers. She is one of the the principal investigators of the mHEALTH-INNOVATE research project and joint coordinator of the HIFA working group supporting the project. https://www.hifa.org/support/members/claire-1
Email address: claire.glenton AT fhi.no