Presentation: 3:00-4:00 PM
Discussion/Q&A: 4:00-4:30 PM
Dr. Kenyon will present the results of a randomized trial of a technology- and financial incentive-enhanced “nudge” intervention to promote daily medication adherence habit formation in children with high-risk asthma, as well as the iteratively developed intervention pilot studies that preceded it. He will highlight these results in the context of racial inequities in asthma care and outcomes and the role that health behaviors play in determining health outcomes and outcome disparities. Lastly, he will discuss what he's learned about the opportunities for and the limitations of technology-oriented solutions in improving health outcomes in poor and minoritized populations.
Dr. Kenyon's presentation is part of the Emerging Scholars Exchange Program.