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Mobile Application for Young Mother

Student: Anastasia Repina

Supervisor: Rimma Akhmetsafina

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

Nowadays there are a lot of different health and nutrition applications, which are widely used, made for different platforms. It is well-known that the first year of life for a child is the most important one, talking about both health and general development. The mother’s health is as important as the baby’s one. Her body needs a lot of energy in order to recover from pregnancy and take care of the baby. The existing applications on the market are devoted mainly to the development of the child and do not pay attention to the health of young mothers. The main purpose of the work is to create a mobile Android application which helps the mother to stay informed about her and her baby’s health and track the development and nutrition as well. Monitoring the health data in a real time using wearable devices does not require the expenditure of personal time. In case of any problems the application will signal the user. It stores information about nutrition and sleep, vaccinations, symptoms and illnesses, height and weight, stool and walks. The mother’s and baby’s health data are available for tracking within one application, which allows to see the relationship between the changes in the wellbeing of mother and her baby. The application is implemented using technologies: Google Fit, Google Firebase, MPAndroidChart and others. The proposed project is of great importance since it contributes to the dissemination of contemporary complex approaches to human wellbeing monitoring. The application is available for download for more than 5,000 devices on Google Play via the link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.repina.anastasia.momandbaby and is currently in ‘from 10 to 50 active users’ applications category.

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