Published on in Vol 3, No 3 (2019): Jul-Sep

Developing a Digital Solution for Dengue Through Epihack: Qualitative Evaluation Study of a Five-Day Health Hackathon in Sri Lanka

Developing a Digital Solution for Dengue Through Epihack: Qualitative Evaluation Study of a Five-Day Health Hackathon in Sri Lanka

Developing a Digital Solution for Dengue Through Epihack: Qualitative Evaluation Study of a Five-Day Health Hackathon in Sri Lanka

Journals

  1. Lewis S, Rao C, Shenoy P, Salins N, Viveganandan R, Shanbhag A, Mukhopadhyay C, Prabhu K, Rao S. Is hackathon in oncology a plausible way to foster innovation? An experiential narrative account of conducting Hacking Cancer. BMJ Innovations 2021;7(1):164 View
  2. Temiz S. Open Innovation via Crowdsourcing: A Digital Only Hackathon Case Study from Sweden. Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity 2021;7(1):39 View
  3. Braune K, Rojas P, Hofferbert J, Valera Sosa A, Lebedev A, Balzer F, Thun S, Lieber S, Kirchberger V, Poncette A. Interdisciplinary Online Hackathons as an Approach to Combat the COVID-19 Pandemic: Case Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(2):e25283 View