How does it work?
Happy uses your info and instant contextual data to tailor the contents provided to you
And sends tailored suggestions that will help you make healthier choices
In time, your habits will change and you will become healthier and... Happy!
Follow Happy’s suggestions and become a healthier person
Happyscore is your level of cancer prevention on a scale from 0 to 150. The higher it gets, the better it is! What is your happyscore?
Monitor your behavior with real-time feedback on your changes
Take on the healthy challenges suggested by Happy. How many can you do?
Connect with your friends and share your results. Who has the highest happyscore?
Nuno Ribeiro is a researcher in the Public Awareness of Cancer Unit at Ipatimup and in the Communication Unit of i3S – Institute of Research and Innovation in Health of the University of Oporto. He holds an MSc in Biology Education from University of Porto and is currently doing a PhD in Multimedia Education at University of Aveiro. His research focuses on the implementation of cancer prevention strategies in young populations with an increasing emphasis on multimedia and interactive tools.
Filipe Santos Silva holds a PhD in Human Biology and a Masters in Oncobiology from University of Porto. Leads the Public Awareness of Cancer Unit at Ipatimup and coordinates the Communication Unit at i3S. Academic affiliations include the Faculty of Medicine – University of Porto and the Buffett Cancer Center - University of Nebraska. Currently coordinates an innovative program of cancer prevention education in Portugal and USA.
Ana Margarida Pisco Almeida holds a PhD in Communication Sciences and Technologies from the University of Aveiro where she is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication and Art. Currently she is developing a postdoc study in Communication and Health, at the Medical School of University of Oporto. Her main research interests are: ‘health promotion and health education through ICT’, ‘communication and health’, ‘digital inclusion’, ‘agile projects development’, ‘media for all’ and ‘digital media to support citizens with special needs’.