Architecture and Development of T-COM: an mHealth Device for a Scalable Smoking Intervention Tailored to Disadvantaged Populations
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To study a novel intervention for treating tobacco dependence among disadvantaged populations, this MUSE project involved research and development toward a connected mobile health device, the TCNJ CO Monitor (T-COM), which will combine several proven modalities for treatment. T-COM will be a hand-held personal device and integrate a breath carbon monoxide sensor, multilingual motivational text and audio messaging, gamification features and built-in wireless network connectivity.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
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