Designing eHealth with Muslim women who Have Experienced Miscarriage

Mona Alqassim, Helen Pain, Maria Wolters

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Abstract

Lack of social support greatly affects women’s well-being after miscarriage. In this paper, we report a pilot analysis of three co-design workshops with Muslim women who had experienced at least one miscarriage that focus on leveraging technology to seek social support. While all types of support were valued by Muslim women after miscarriage, informational support was challenging to obtain. We suggest that technology should provide more timely information, support women’s spiritual coping, and help educate women’s support network about miscarriage.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 23 Jul 2020
EventIslamicHCI: Designing with and within Muslim Populations - Online
Duration: 23 Jul 202023 Jul 2020
https://web.lums.edu.pk/~IslamicHCI/index.html

Workshop

WorkshopIslamicHCI: Designing with and within Muslim Populations
Abbreviated titleIslamicHCI 2020
Period23/07/2023/07/20
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Keywords

  • Social support
  • Miscarriage
  • Muslim Women
  • Technology
  • Interaction Design

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