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WellComm2019: Towards tools for groups to build their own healthful workplace cultures

WellComm2019: Towards tools for groups to build their own healthful workplace cultures
WellComm2019: Towards tools for groups to build their own healthful workplace cultures
Most health tech for daily health and wellbeing is focused on individuals. We know that, with even the best will in the world, trying to practice what we learn in our workplaces, if we are the lone person in our group with that practice, it can be very challenging to sustain that practice. WellComm2019's goal is to explore how we can design interactive technology assets to enable diverse workplace groups to explore, test, build, and create evidence to support practices that will both improve their wellbeing for themselves.
511-516
ACM
schraefel, m.c.
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Hekler, Eric
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Taylor, Jennifer
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Gilbert, Eric
Karahalios, Karrie
schraefel, m.c.
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Hekler, Eric
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Taylor, Jennifer
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Gilbert, Eric
Karahalios, Karrie

schraefel, m.c., Hekler, Eric and Taylor, Jennifer (2019) WellComm2019: Towards tools for groups to build their own healthful workplace cultures. Gilbert, Eric and Karahalios, Karrie (eds.) In CSCW '19: Conference Companion Publication of the 2019 on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing. ACM. pp. 511-516 . (doi:10.1145/3311957.3359434).

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Abstract

Most health tech for daily health and wellbeing is focused on individuals. We know that, with even the best will in the world, trying to practice what we learn in our workplaces, if we are the lone person in our group with that practice, it can be very challenging to sustain that practice. WellComm2019's goal is to explore how we can design interactive technology assets to enable diverse workplace groups to explore, test, build, and create evidence to support practices that will both improve their wellbeing for themselves.

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Published date: November 2019

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