Personal Analytics: How do Individuals and Communities Make Use of their Own Data to Change their Health?

This project, funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (SES-1750731), asks how do individuals develop and implement data-intensive health information technologies such as wearable health trackers, alert and reminder systems, personal automation solutions?

What are we doing? 

We're in the process of interviewing people who collect and make use of data about their health. 

Why are we doing it? 

We want to help people have effective deliberations about the future of health and work. We also want to answer fundamental questions about the ways in which changes in communication, organization, technology are intertwined.

How can I get involved? 

Do you have a compelling healthcare analytics or automation project? Be in touch at apronlab [at] utexas [dot] edu so we can learn about it!

A team of graduate students works in the APRON Lab on this project. Join us by contacting us at apronlab [at] utexas [dot] edu. 

I've already participated in this research effort--could I have a copy of the documentation associated with the project? 

It's under review currently, but check back soon. 

Unless otherwise noted all materials © 2019 by Joshua B. Barbour. Apron icon created by Bureau Briganti from the Noun Project. 

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. SES-1750731. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.