Lisa Gualtieri, PhD, ScM
Lisa Gualtieri founded RecycleHealth in April of 2015 to reduce eWaste and clutter (she personally owned a Nike Fuelband, 2 Fitbits, and a Withings Activite Pop) and to test the hypothesis that the people least likely to purchase wearable activity trackers may benefit most from their use.
Lisa is an assistant professor at Tufts University School of Medicine in the Department of Public Health and Community Medicine. She is Director of the Certificate Program in Digital Health Communication. Lisa was honored to be selected as an AARP Fellow for her work on RecycleHealth. Lisa earned a PhD in computer science from Harvard University. Follow her on Twitter: @lisagualtieri
Integrating Tracker Data Into Clinical Care (Abstract)
Digital Literacy: A Barrier to Adoption of Connected Health Technologies in Older Adults (Abstract)
Designing for Digital Health Inclusion (Blog post)
Can a Free Wearable Activity Tracker Change Behavior? The Impact of Trackers on Adults in a Physician-led Wellness Group (Research paper)