Dillys Larbi

Bio

Dillys is a research advisor affiliated with the Diabetes Digital Guidelines project. Dillys studied Medical Laboratory Science at the School of Allied Health Sciences, University of Ghana (2005-2009). She has a Master of Public Health (MPH) and a Master of Science in Telemedicine and E-health (MSc.), both from UiT – The Arctic University of Norway from 2014-2016 and 2016-2018 respectively. Prior to the start of her masters, she worked as a Biomedical Laboratory Scientist in Takoradi hospital, a government district health facility in Ghana from 2011-2014. Miss Larbi’s research interests include; global health promotion and disease prevention and improving the quality of life of people with chronic health conditions.

Dillys Larbi

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Tel: +47 909 49 760

Title: PhD student

Department: Personal E-health


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Dillys's projects

Project title Year Theme Project management
Diabetes Digital Guidelines 2018 - 2020 Citizen services
Eirik Årsand

Dillys's publications in Cristin

Title Year Category
How do we know that a diabetes app works? 2020 Interview
The Diabetes Digital Guidelines Project: Patient-needs study 2020 Academic lecture
Hvordan vet vi at en diabetesapp virker? 2020 Interview
Factors Engaging Users of Diabetes Social Media Channels on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: Observational Study 2020 Academic article
Methods and evaluation criteria for apps and digital interventions for diabetes self-management: Systematic review 2020 Academic literature review
What Do We Know About the Use of Chatbots for Public Health? 2020 Academic literature review
HOW TO CHOOSE AMONG THE MANY DIABETES APPS AND ONLINE RESOURCES? 2020 Abstract
INTERVENTION STUDIES NEED TO ADAPT TO ADDRESS PATIENT NEEDS FOR DIABETES SELF‐MANAGEMENT 2020 Abstract
Do diabetes mHealth and online interventions evaluate what is important for users? 2019 Academic article
Do diabetes mHealth and online interventions evaluate what is important for users? 2019 Academic lecture
Comparing the Efficacy of an Identical, Tailored Smoking Cessation Intervention Delivered by Mobile Text Messaging Versus Email: Randomized Controlled Trial 2019 Academic article
Implementing a Health Information System at the Greater Accra Regional Hospital in Ghana 2018 Masters thesis
PREDICTORS FOR SUCCESSFUL QUITTING AMONG MORE THAN 4000 SMOKERS USING SMS OR INTERNET-BASED PROGRAMS 2016 Masters thesis