Mobile Technologies and Health in India and China project

The Mobile Technologies and Health in India and China project, funded by Fell Fund and hosted by the Technology and Management Centre for Development (TMCD), brings together research and expertise from four departments and three divisions across the University. This project investigates the ways in which mobile phone utilisation can affect access to healthcare services among rural populations in Rajasthan (India) and Gansu (China). To carry out this research, a combination of quantitative and qualitative techniques, social network analysis, and participatory agent-based modelling will be employed.

 

Project Team
Xiaolan Fu  TMCD Director, Professor of Technology and International Development 
Proochista Ariana Departmental Lecturer in Global Health and Development at the Department of International Development (QEH) and the Department of Public Health 
Marco Haenssgen Research Student at the Department of International Development 
Felix Reed-Tsochas Saïd Business School
Gari Clifford  Institute of Biomedical Engineering