WHRI Digital Health Survey

Realizing the rapid adoption of digital tools in research and health service delivery, the WHRI conducted the 2021 Digital Health Survey among WHRI members and staff between May 7 and June 22, 2021, to understand how the WHRI can support digital health research.

The survey results revealed widespread involvement and interest in digital health research and a transition to digital workflows during the pandemic. The respondents also identified preferred ways that the WHRI can support research, such as providing expertise on digital health research and evaluation best practices and facilitating opportunities for funding and collaboration with experts and innovators. These findings are directly informing WHRI’s programs and activities which aim to catalyze innovative research.

To learn more about the survey findings and recommendations, download the summary report below. The WHRI plans to conduct this survey annually, to ensure support is
aligned with members’ priorities and needs, in this quickly evolving space.

The survey results revealed widespread involvement and interest in digital health research and a transition to digital workflows during the pandemic. The respondents also identified preferred ways that the WHRI can support research, such as providing expertise on digital health research and evaluation best practices and facilitating opportunities for funding and collaboration with experts and innovators. These findings are directly informing WHRI’s programs and activities which aim to catalyze innovative research.

To learn more about the survey findings and recommendations, download the summary report below. The WHRI plans to conduct this survey annually, to ensure support is
aligned with members’ priorities and needs, in this quickly evolving space.

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