Although digital tools have the potential to make care more accessible and convenient for many, there are some groups who may be missing out on
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The WHRI recognizes that digital health has the potential to significantly improve access and quality of health care for patients and their families. Although this is an area which has been traditionally underfunded, there are increasing opportunities to leverage digital technologies to address health conditions which uniquely, disproportionately, or differently affect women and other marginalized genders.
The WHRI aims to catalyze new innovative research and support projects which use digital tools to improve health for women and other marginalized genders as well as newborns. We are committed to supporting our researchers working on patient-centred and needs-driven solutions and facilitating collaboration between researchers, industry, and other stakeholders.
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Below is a brief overview about conducting digital health research, to help you get started. It provides an introduction about digital health research methods, user-centred design, and resources for vendor selection, intellectual property management, and privacy and security.
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