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Participatory development

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eHealth technology development is a matter of co-creation; stakeholder-participation is essential[1][2][3]. Their involvement spans the full spectrum of the development process, starting with contextual inquiry. Stakeholders can be considered as actors that have different roles in the development of eHts; from ideation to operationalization. Through their roles in identifying needs, or specifying requirements for design and implementation, they help to create the technology[4][5]. Adequate project management needs to arrange for the participation of stakeholders and to identify their roles, tasks and responsibilities[6].

References

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  5. Freeman R. The stakeholder approach revisited. Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts-und Unternehmensethik 2004;5(3):228-241
  6. Neuhauser, L. (2001). Participatory design for better interactive health communication: A statewide model in the USA. Electronic Journal of Communication/La Revue Electronique de Communication,11(3 & 4)