Do Ethics Need to be Adapted to mHealth?

Albrecht U-V, Fangerau H (2015)
In: Enabling Health Informatics Applications. Mantas J, Hasman A, Househ MS (Eds); Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 213. IOS Press: 219-222.

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Autor*in
Albrecht, Urs-VitoUniBi ; Fangerau, Heiner
Herausgeber*in
Mantas, John; Hasman, Arie; Househ, Mowafa S.
Abstract / Bemerkung
Available codes of ethics do not always adequately address questions arising from the contingent use of new technologies. In medical and health related settings, this manifests itself in the context of mHealth projects, where often, devices not specifically designed for such purposes, e.g. smartphones, tablet PCs and similar devices and gadgets are employed with the hope of benefitting both patients as well as their caretakers and furthermore researchers. Still, the highly personal nature of health and medicine as well as technical "constant companions" that are nowadays firmly woven into almost everyone's daily life, require a closer look at ethical requirements in this subject area. Therefore, in this paper, we will first present a short overview of existing codes of ethics, scrutinize their applicability for mHealth related problems and present a guideline compiled from suitable points taken from them.
Erscheinungsjahr
2015
Buchtitel
Enabling Health Informatics Applications
Serientitel
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Band
213
Seite(n)
219-222
ISSN
978-1-61499-537-1
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2959312

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Albrecht U-V, Fangerau H. Do Ethics Need to be Adapted to mHealth? In: Mantas J, Hasman A, Househ MS, eds. Enabling Health Informatics Applications. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. Vol 213. IOS Press; 2015: 219-222.
Albrecht, U. - V., & Fangerau, H. (2015). Do Ethics Need to be Adapted to mHealth? In J. Mantas, A. Hasman, & M. S. Househ (Eds.), Studies in Health Technology and Informatics: Vol. 213. Enabling Health Informatics Applications (pp. 219-222). IOS Press. https://doi.org/10.3233/978-1-61499-538-8-219
Albrecht, U. - V., and Fangerau, H. (2015). “Do Ethics Need to be Adapted to mHealth?” in Enabling Health Informatics Applications, Mantas, J., Hasman, A., and Househ, M. S. eds. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, vol. 213, (IOS Press), 219-222.
Albrecht, U.-V., & Fangerau, H., 2015. Do Ethics Need to be Adapted to mHealth? In J. Mantas, A. Hasman, & M. S. Househ, eds. Enabling Health Informatics Applications. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. no.213 IOS Press, pp. 219-222.
U.-V. Albrecht and H. Fangerau, “Do Ethics Need to be Adapted to mHealth?”, Enabling Health Informatics Applications, J. Mantas, A. Hasman, and M.S. Househ, eds., Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, vol. 213, IOS Press, 2015, pp.219-222.
Albrecht, U.-V., Fangerau, H.: Do Ethics Need to be Adapted to mHealth? In: Mantas, J., Hasman, A., and Househ, M.S. (eds.) Enabling Health Informatics Applications. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 213, p. 219-222. IOS Press (2015).
Albrecht, Urs-Vito, and Fangerau, Heiner. “Do Ethics Need to be Adapted to mHealth?”. Enabling Health Informatics Applications. Ed. John Mantas, Arie Hasman, and Mowafa S. Househ. IOS Press, 2015.Vol. 213. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 219-222.

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