Tobias Jungnickel

Tobias Jungnickel
Hannover Medical School | MHH · Peter L. Reichertz Institute for Medical Informatics

Master of Science

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February 2014 - January 2016
Hannover Medical School
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  • Research Associate

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Publications (11)
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Abstract Background: Obesity is common in many industrialized nations and often accompanied by related health issues. Furthermore, individuals living with overweight or obesity are often confronted with stigmatization in their daily lives. These problems may be aggravated if the objectivity of health care professionals is compromised due to (uncons...
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Objective To determine whether a framework-based approach for mobile apps is appropriate for the implementation of psychological testing, and equivalent to established methods.Methods Apple's ResearchKit was used for implementing native implicit association test methods (IAT), and an exemplary app was developed to examine users' implicit attitudes...
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Zusammenfassung Ziel der Studie Identifizierung von Stigmatisierung von Menschen mit Übergewicht und Adipositas durch Gesundheits-Apps anhand der verfügbaren Metadaten. Methodik Apps aus dem Formenkreis ‚Adipositas‘ des deutschsprachigen Apple-App-Store-Angebots wurden standardisiert und stichwortbasiert mit der SARASA-Methode analysiert. Es folgte...
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Einleitung: Apps liegen im Trend. Gerade Anwendungen mit Gesundheitsbezug entwickeln sich derzeit zu Kernangeboten der gängigen Vertriebsplattformen. Für Anwender sind die Qualität und Vertrauenswürdigkeit bei dem Überangebot allerdings schwer einzuschätzen. In Ermangelung allgemeingültiger Siegel oder sonstiger Qualitätsnachweise für entsprechende...
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In medical settings, those who are deaf or hard of hearing and have to rely on sign language are often at a disadvantage when they want to communicate with doctors or other caretakers. Professional translators are not always available. To alleviate the problems, a mobile phrasebook for communication between affected patients and their caretakers wa...
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Nowadays, mobile electronic devices such as tablet PCs are frequently being used directly at the patient’s bedside. Thus, as for all other tools and devices used in such settings, there is a need for proper reprocessing (disinfection) after use in order to prevent pathogen transmission. However, manufacturer’s commonly only allow cleaning the devic...
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In the medical field, mobile devices and apps are continually gaining importance for medical professionals as well as for patients. Key aspect of their success lies within their capability to collect and process personal and health related da- ta at the point of care. Mobile devices simplify this collection process. But the aggregation of reliable...
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The market for medical apps is rapidly expanding - both for professional use as well as for patient centered apps. There are numerous medical apps, but relevant information about their limitations and dangers is rarely available. In an exemplary evaluation of n=8 medical apps, deficits regarding data integrity, one half had security and privacy iss...
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Einleitung: Die Anzahl verfügbarer und genutzter Applikationen (Apps) für Tablet PCs zur Verwendung im klinischen Alltag steigt stetig. So werden z.B. bereits heute diese Geräte vielerorts unmittelbar beim Patienten zur „Visite am Krankenbett“ eingesetzt. Auf diese Weise bergen sie jedoch gleichermaßen das Risiko der Transmission nosokomialer Erreg...

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