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DPhil student Kerstin Frie takes us on a whistle stop tour of weight trackers and compares their features and user reviews.

Postdoctoral Researcher Farzana Dudhwala explores the quantified self movement to understand the ways in which self-monitoring and self-quantifying technologies are implicated in the 'doing' of self.

Sociologist Alex Rushforth, from the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, recently attended Oxford’s annual digital health pitching event, The Hill, for the first time. Here’s what he made of it.

Part-time DPhil Student Gemma Hughes writes about conceptual technologies developed to support the next generation of older people.

Nick Fahy is a senior researcher and consultant in health policy and systems at the University of Oxford. He also blogs about health and Brexit at

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Professor Trish Greenhalgh explains how Aristotle can help explain how, why and to what extent clinical practice is evidence-based.

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