Becoming a mother presents a woman with new challenges and a need to access new sources of information. This work considers the increase in the use of online parenting support as the first group of millennials become parents. Initial results from a survey comparing the use of technology pre and post the experience of childbirth is presented.
The survey reveals that mothers are likely to increase the time they spend online and are strongly motivated by seeking social contact. The paper concludes by considering the implications of this survey for healthcare professionals wishing to give information and support through online media and suggests how HCI professionals can become involved in this work.
|Name||Electronic Workshops in Computing|
|Publisher||BCS Learning & Development|
|Conference||30th International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference |
|Period||11/07/16 → 15/07/16|
- Social networks