In the News

Selected Media Coverage

  1. Catherine Mazy (February 19, 2018). How companies can raise their game. The Financial Times.
  2. Vicky Allen (March 19, 2017). Tomorrow’s World. The Herald. Retrieved from
  3. Digital Health (August 18, 2016). Go and Play: Gaming and the NHS. Retrieved from
  4. Edge Magazine (November 2016). Health Points: Serious Games’ Mission to Revolutionize Healthcare. Issue 298.
  5. Ian Spero (May 29, 2016). Children of the Revolution. Huffington Post Tech. Retrieved from
  6. Jonathan Takiff (March 24, 2016). Drexel profs play games with Brits to improve health. Retrieved from
  7. Juliana Reyes (March 23, 2016). Philly’s health IT scene should pay attention to the rise of ‘serious games.’ Retrieved from
  8. BMJ (September 15, 2014). Feature: Health Care and Technology, “Video Games on Prescription.” British Medical Journal, 349.
  9. Teichmann & Den Boer Productions (September 2014). Documentary “Boys’ Toys?”
  10. Larry Greenemeier (May 13, 2013). Video Game to Help Kids Fight Cancer. Scientific American.
  11. Ben Rooney (November 12, 2012). Old Video Game Still Helping Young Cancer Patients (video interview). Wall Street Journal
  12. Ben Rooney (November 12, 2012). Serious Games Seek Slice of Health Care Market. Wall Street Journal. 
  13. Patricia Reany (June 10, 2010). Violent videogames harmless to most kids: studies.  Reuters Life.
  14. Ann Harding (August 5, 2008). Video game helps young cancer patients take meds. Reuters Health.
  15. Reena Jana (August 22, 2006). Harnessing the power of video games: new crop of health-related titles offer sophisticated graphics, gameplay. Business Week Online.

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