Stanford Mobile Health 2012

Archive for the Past Events Category

Mobile Health 2011

Mobile Health 2011 was the conference that highlighted real solutions for real people — practical, proven solutions. Each speaker shared with attendees “what really works.” In fact, “What really works” was our official theme. Learn more about the conference by visiting the categories below. Go here to

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Mobile Health 2010

This sold out event hosted at Stanford had a precise and practical focus: We highlighted how today’s mobile technology can improve the health of everyday people. The emphasis was on what’s working to change behavior, right now.

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Texting 4 Health

In 2008, the Stanford Persuasive Tech Lab hosted “Texting 4 Health,” the premiere conference on how mobile text messaging can promote better health. This topic matters because texting is still the only viable interactive channel for reaching people on a mass scale around the world. We created a

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Mobile Persuasion

Mobile Persuasion engaged and inspired Over 260 people came to Stanford University for the first Mobile Persuasion conference in 2007. Hosted by Stanford’s Persuasive Technology Lab, this “sold out” event brought together innovators, designers, and researchers interested in mobile technologies that change people’s beliefs and behaviors. During one day

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