Bad apps: mistakes that can be dangerous
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Richard Brady discusses what he sees as the 'Seven Deadly Sins' of medical mobile technology. He outlines these 'sins' as inaccuracy, inequity, plagiarism, lack of testing, lack of expertise, bias/commercial interest, and lack of security and confidentiality. With the ever-growing popularity of smartphones and medical apps, Brady argues more regulations need to be enforced to ensure patient safety.
This lecture was filmed at an event called 'Playing games, using apps, promoting wellbeing' at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 10th April 2014
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