This page includes a list of digital health resources, and will continue to be updated. 

Needs Assessment Report

A report on the digital health needs for researchers at UNC

CaDHRI YouTube Channel


CHART (Carolina Health Assessment and Resource Tool)


CHART gives UNC researchers an online platform to:

  • Collect health behavior data on a variety of risk factors
  • Provide study participants with tailored feedback messages to promote behavior change
  • Monitor study surveys, data, and reports on a centralized dashboard

Join us for lunch to learn how CHART can enhance your research.

* For doctoral students and post-doctoral fellows:  There is in-kind financial support available for doctoral students to use CHART. Please contact Hannah Prentice-Dunn at to learn more.

Join us to learn about CHART, an online health behavior assessment tool created by – and for – UNC researchers. Lunch will be provided!


screen-shot-2016-10-27-at-1-22-44-pmA database of Fitbit validation data featuring 175 publications that have used Fitbit devices in research.




Mobile Health Apps Interactive Tool


You’re developing a health app for mobile devices and you want to know which federal laws apply. Check out this interactive tool by the FTC.

Guidelines for reporting of health interventions using mobile phones

Mobile health (mHealth) evidence reporting and assessment (mERA) checklist

FDA Guidance for Mobile Applications (2015)

Guidance for Industry and Food and Drug Administration Staff

“The FDA is issuing this guidance document to inform manufacturers, distributors, and other entities about how the FDA intends to apply its regulatory authorities to select software applications intended for use on mobile platforms (mobile applications or “mobile apps”).

mHealth Funding Opps

Assembled by: Denise Lindley, ORD for mHealth @UNC workshop

Consumer Wearables Market Assessment

Authored by Robert Furberg, RTI International and Alexa M Ortiz

Behavioral Change Technique Taxonomy

The Behaviour Change Technique Taxonomy – a resource for intervention designers, researchers, practitioners, systematic reviews and all those wishing to communicate the content of behaviour change interventions.