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Kathleen Gray (kgray)
University of Melbourne
 
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Conferences

Attended Medicine 2.0'11 (Stanford University, USA)
Friday, September 16, 2011 to Sunday, September 18, 2011
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Medicine 2.0'11 (Stanford University, USA)

Public Engagement with Biomedical Research through Smartphone-based Augmented Reality
Kathleen Gray*, Kristine Elliott, Ryan Naylor, Greg Wadley

Background Science communicators have advocated engagement as an important precursor to public understanding of science, and have sought to facilitate engagement by immersion in a scientific environment. The advent of new social media technologies has increased the opportunities available for biomedical scientists to engage the general public in their work. Smartphone-based augmented reality (AR) is one such technology. In the phone’s camera viewfinder real-time geospatial and other inter...

Medicine 2.0'13 (London, UK)

Developing a Framework to Generate Evidence of Health Outcomes from Social Media Use in Chronic Disease Management
Mark Merolli*, Kathleen Gray, Fernando Martin-Sanchez

Background: Whilst there is an abundance of evidence-based practice (EBP) recommendations guiding management of various chronic diseases, evidence suggesting best practice for using social media to improve health outcomes is inadequate. The variety of social media platforms, multiple potential uses, inconsistent definitions and paucity of rigorous studies, make it difficult to measure health outcomes reliably in chronic disease management. Most published investigations report on an earlier ge...

Medicine 2.0'14 Summit & World Congress (Maui, Hawaii, USA)

Therapeutic Affordances of Social Media: Emerging Themes From a Global Online Survey of People With Chronic Pain
Mark Anthony Merolli*, Kathleen Gray, Fernando Martin-Sanchez

Background: Published reports continue to emerge investigating patient reported outcomes (PROs) from social media use in chronic disease management. Research continues to present tenuous suggestions that social media are well suited to enhance management. Academic literature presents various qualitative reports of health outcomes and discourse themes from social media use. However, there is an absence of published accounts focusing on the underlying mechanisms driving social media’s effect ...

Full Paper Publications

JMIR Medical Informatics

Conceptual Models in Health Informatics Research: A Literature Review and Suggestions for Development
Kathleen Gray, Paulina Sockolow
JMIR Med Inform 2016;4(1):e7

JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies

Person-Generated Health Data in Simulated Rehabilitation Using Kinect for Stroke: Literature Review
Gerardo Luis Dimaguila, Kathleen Gray, Mark Merolli
JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2018;5(1):e11

JMIR Research Protocols

Internet Protocol Television for Personalized Home-Based Health Information: Design-Based Research on a Diabetes Education System
Kathleen Mary Gray, Ken Clarke, Basil Alzougool, Carolyn Hines, Gil Tidhar, Feodor Frukhtman, Feodor Frukhtman
JMIR Res Protoc 2014;3(1):e13

Metadata Correction: Internet Protocol Television for Personalized Home-Based Health Information: Design-Based Research on a Diabetes Education System
Kathleen Mary Gray, Ken Clarke, Mabel Kwong, Basil Alzougool, Carolyn Hines, Gil Tidhar, Feodor Frukhtman
JMIR Res Protoc 2014;3(1):e16

Using Social Media While Waiting in Pain: A Clinical 12-Week Longitudinal Pilot Study
Mark Merolli, Kathleen Gray, Fernando Martin-Sanchez, Steven Mantopoulos, Malcolm Hogg
JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(3):e101

Telemedicine for Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (TeleGDM): A Mixed-Method Study Protocol of Effects of a Web-Based GDM Support System on Health Service Utilization, Maternal and Fetal Outcomes, Costs, and User Experience
Tshepo Mokuedi Rasekaba, Kwang Lim, Irene Blackberry, Kathleen Gray, John Furler
JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(3):e163

Journal of Medical Internet Research

Therapeutic Affordances of Social Media: Emergent Themes From a Global Online Survey of People With Chronic Pain
Mark Merolli, Kathleen Gray, Fernando Martin-Sanchez
J Med Internet Res 2014;16(12):e284

Patient-Reported Outcomes and Therapeutic Affordances of Social Media: Findings From a Global Online Survey of People With Chronic Pain
Mark Merolli, Kathleen Gray, Fernando Martin-Sanchez, Guillermo Lopez-Campos
J Med Internet Res 2015;17(1):e20

Activity Theory as a Theoretical Framework for Health Self-Quantification: A Systematic Review of Empirical Studies
Manal Almalki, Kathleen Gray, Fernando Martin-Sanchez
J Med Internet Res 2016;18(5):e131

Development and Validation of a Taxonomy for Characterizing Measurements in Health Self-Quantification
Manal Almalki, Kathleen Gray, Fernando Martin-Sanchez
J Med Internet Res 2017;19(11):e378

Medicine 2.0

Developing a Framework to Generate Evidence of Health Outcomes From Social Media Use in Chronic Disease Management
Mark Merolli, Kathleen Gray, Fernando Martin-Sanchez
Med 2.0 2013;2(2):e3

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