Published on:

April 2017

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Research

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This small study examines the potential for people experiencing homelessness to engage with digital health applications, and the support required in order for them to do so. The research, led by a specialist homelessness nurse and a number of Experts by Experience, found that people who are homeless faced issues including not having appropriate devices to access the internet, having insufficient data allowances, being unable to obtain data contracts and issues with access to public wifi.

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