This page is being actively updated to provide relevant resources for those interested in the Tracking Ourselves? project.
‘TRACKING OUR HEALTH’ recording
An online talk that showcases the House of Tracking and provides a brief presentation of the key findings of the research, followed by a discussion and Q and A session with members of the research team. This was recorded as part of the University of Sheffield’s Festival of Social Science 2020. A link to the recording is here
House of Tracking – Interactive Web Tool
We have created an interactive web tool that showcases some of the key findings from the tracking ourselves research project. The participants’ quotes and images are located around the home to demonstrate how self-monitoring is experienced across different spaces, at different times, alone, with others and how monitors find a place in everyday life. You can access this here: ‘house of tracking‘
Executive Summary – Everyday Experiences of Self-Monitoring
This short document details the background to the project, methods and our key findings. Tracking Ourselves? team (2020) Tracking Ourselves? Executive Summary: Everyday Experiences of Self-Monitoring. [download]
Executive Summary – Commercial Partners
This short document details the background to the project, methods and our key findings. Tracking Ourselves? team (2020) Tracking Ourselves? Executive Summary: Commercial Partners [download]
Preliminary Findings – Quick Fact Sheet
This document details findings from the early pilot interviews for the Tracking Ourselves? project.
Tracking Ourselves? team (2016) Blood pressure monitoring – pilot interviews. [download]
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