The 2014 case was developed with in partnership with the World Health Organization and International Telecommunication Union during the Global mWellness Workshop. The finalist teams presented at the mWellness workshop in front of the expert participants, who then voted for their favorite teams. Undergraduates Pavitra Krishnamani, Aline Hesse, Hemalatha Bhamidi, Lynn Benjauthrit and Vicky Liang won with their idea for an app that combines dancing with mobile health in the Philippines. The team competed in Emory University’s International Emory Global Health Case Competition in late March with advisement from Dr. Mellissa Withers.
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