Need help growing your app for health providers?

30 June, 2018

Need help growing your app for health providers?

If you have developed an app for health workers (clinicians or community health workers), please take 2 minutes to answer these 5 multiple choice questions: https://www.surveylegend.com/s/u5v

I am a child abuse pediatrician at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City, and I've worked as a UNICEF consultant in Malawi and Namibia. I want to train health workers about physical and sexual violence, but I do NOT want to create my own stand-alone app - health workers should not have to use so many different apps that don't harmonize, so I’d much rather partner with a mobile app developer who wants to add a module on violence to their app. I would raise money to pay for development of this portion of the app.

But first I want to learn about your app for health providers - maybe you already have a component on violence, or not, but please take just 2 minutes to answer these 5 multiple-choice questions. Thank you very much! And if you know other app developers, please send for this to them - thanks! [*see note below]

Aaron

Aaron J. Miller, MD, MPA

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Weill Cornell Medicine

Executive Director, BRANCH - Building Regional Alliances to Nurture Child Health

branchpartners.org

Tel: +1 646 284 6677

Skype: aaron.miller7

aaron@branchpartners.org

HIFA profile: Aaron J. Miller is the Executive Director for BRANCH - Building Regional Alliances to Nurture Child Health in the U.S. Professional interests: I am a child abuse pediatrician who founded BRANCH - an NGO whose focus is on developing the capacity of health systems in LMICs to address child maltreatment as a public health issue. We helped Malawi create its first 9 One Stop Centers for child abuse and domestic violence, and we hope to expand to more countries. aaron AT branchpartners.org

[*Note from HIFA moderator (Neil PW): Aaron, you may liketo send this message also to our child health forum, CHIFA. Join here http://www.hifa.org/forums/chifa-child-health-and-rights ]