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dc.contributor.authorMcMillan, Colleen
dc.contributor.authorTin, Tony
dc.identifier.citationChapter (Prepinrt) in Needham, G., and Ally M.(Ed.). M-libraries 5: From devices to People.en
dc.description.abstractThis pilot project explored the utility of a mobile health and wellness app to older adults interested in using low impact exercise as a protective factor against memory and mood loss. While it is known that exercise is a protective factor in preventing further cognitive regression, it is shown that adults 55 and older spend ten hours or more each day sitting or lying down, leaving the latter group even more compromised (Cavill, 2013). The piloting of a health and wellness self management tool through a mobile app featuring the Chinese exercise of Qi Gong represents an innovative, visual and accessible tool that supports daily physical activity while fostering a sense of personal empowerment and enhancing the quality of life.en
dc.publisherFacet Publishingen
dc.subjectmobile technologyen
dc.subjectQi Gongen
dc.titleMobile Wellness Innovation: Qi Gong App to Improve Wellness and Cognitive Resiliency in Older Adultsen
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