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MASI Health

MASI is a research study app for South African adolescents that is designed to foster connections to a supportive community, offer tools for self-monitoring and habit formation, provide resources for goal-setting and action planning, and present engaging informational resources

MASI is a research study app for South African adolescents that is designed to foster connections to a supportive community, offer tools for self-monitoring and habit formation, provide resources for goal-setting and action planning, and present engaging informational resources

MASI Health

by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
MASI Health
MASI Health
MASI Health

What is it about?

MASI is a research study app for South African adolescents that is designed to foster connections to a supportive community, offer tools for self-monitoring and habit formation, provide resources for goal-setting and action planning, and present engaging informational resources. MASI covers a range of health and wellness topics to support adolescents’ varying needs over time.

MASI Health

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
52Mb
Genre
Medical Health & Fitness
Last updated
July 28, 2021
Release date
July 28, 2021
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App Store Description

MASI is a research study app for South African adolescents that is designed to foster connections to a supportive community, offer tools for self-monitoring and habit formation, provide resources for goal-setting and action planning, and present engaging informational resources. MASI covers a range of health and wellness topics to support adolescents’ varying needs over time.

MASI is built on the HealthMpowerment platform, which was created by Dr. Lisa Hightow-Weidman, MD, MPH, a public health scientist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. MASI includes new information and resources developed by a team of young people and health professionals at the University of Cape Town (UCT) and Duke University.

This research study is sponsored by the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health. The principal investigators for this study are Prof. Jacqueline Hoare (UCT) and Dr. Marta Mulawa (Duke University). Dr. Lisa Hightow-Weidman (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) is a Co-Investigator.

MASI users must be invited to participate in the study by UCT and need a code to open the app.

This mobile app is intended for informational, educational and research purposes only. YOU MUST NEVER RELY ON ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED USING THIS APP FOR ANY DIAGNOSIS OR RECOMMENDATION FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT. While we do have board certified health care providers on our team, we are not YOUR health care provider. Participation in this app does not establish any kind of patient-client relationship. YOU MUST NEVER RELY ON THE INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM THIS APP AS ALTERNATIVE TO MEDICAL ADVICE FROM YOUR PHYSICIAN OR OTHER PROFESSIONAL HEALTHCARE PROVIDER. Although we strive to provide accurate general information, the content presented in the app is not a substitute for professional advice. Always seek the advice of YOUR physician or another qualified health care provider in your area with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen. YOU MUST NEVER DISREGARD PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE OR DELAY SEEKING MEDICAL TREATMENT AS RESULT OF ANY INFORMATION YOU HAVE SEEN ON OR ACCESSED THROUGH THIS APP.

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