Smartphone Apps for Measuring Human Health and Climate Change Co-Benefits: A Comparison and Quality Rating of Available Apps

Smartphone Apps for Measuring Human Health and Climate Change Co-Benefits: A Comparison and Quality Rating of Available Apps

Smartphone Apps for Measuring Human Health and Climate Change Co-Benefits: A Comparison and Quality Rating of Available Apps

Rachel K Sullivan 1, BSc;  Samantha Marsh 1, PhD;  Jakob Halvarsson 2;  Michelle Holdsworth 3, RNutr, RD, PhD;  Wilma Waterlander 1, PhD;  Maartje P Poelman 4, PhD;  Jennifer Ann Salmond 5, PhD;  Hayley Christian 6, PhD;  Lenny SC Koh 7, PhD;  Janet E Cade 8, RNutr, PhD;  John C Spence 9, PhD;  Alistair Woodward 10, PhD;  Ralph Maddison 1, 11, PhD

1 National Institute for Health Innovation, School of Population Health, The University of Auckland, Auckland , NZ

2 Faculty of Medicine , Linköping University, Linköping , SE

3 School of Health and Related Research, Section of Public Health, University of Sheffield, Sheffield , GB

4 Department of Human Geography and Spatial Planning , Utrecht University, Utrecht , NL

5 School of Environment, Faculty of Science, The University of Auckland, Auckland , NZ

6 School of Population Health and Telethon Kids Institute , The University of Western Australia, Perth , AU

7 Centre for Energy, Environment and Sustainability, Management School, University of Sheffield, Sheffield , GB

8 Nutritional Epidemiology Group, Schools of Food Science and Nutrition, University of Leeds, Leeds , GB

9 Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation , University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, CA

10 Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Population Health, The University of Auckland, Auckland , NZ

11 Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition , Deakin University, Victoria , AU

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