Smartphones can be a powerful tool for researchers to better understand our health through data and to deliver scalable health promotion programs.
However, developing these smartphone research apps can be resource-intensive and time-consuming. Consequently, these challenges can slow down the deployment of mobile health research studies.
The Pathverse Research platform aims to overcome these cost and development challenges, so researchers can focus on answering the research questions.
The Pathverse platform enables users to rapidly develop and deploy their mobile health studies. The platform will handle all the software coding, database optimization, and security.
How does the Pathverse platform work?
Researchers log in to the Pathverse research portal to design their mobile health study.
Surveys, self-monitoring tools, and goal-setting tools, can be customized and seamlessly integrated into each of the mobile health research studies.
Consented participants can begin their study by simply downloading the Pathverse App from the app stores.
Participants’ survey responses, and app usage data, can all be securely sent to the Pathverse research portal for the researchers to download and analyze.
Pathverse works seamlessly with third-party wearables, researchers can also access additional relevant study data such as daily steps, blood pressure, and heart rate.
|Content editor||Customize the study content text, images, videos and links|
|Delivery logic tool||Determine how you would like to display your study content. You can show all the content all at once or display the content based on a set schedule|
|Survey||You can implement a variety of survey response such as multiple choice, Likert scale questions, open ended responses.|
|Quiz||Provide feedback on learning and progress through interactive quizzes|
|Self-monitoring||Track steps, blood pressure and weight|
|Goal setting||Enable participants to set personal goals|
|Engagement analytics||Track participant’s engagement level with your mobile health study|
|Wearable data||Download additional relevant study data from Apple and Google health such as daily steps.|
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