van der Linden, J; Waights, V; Rogers, Y; Taylor, C; (2012) A blended design approach for pervasive healthcare: bringing together users, experts and technology. Health Informatics J , 18 (3) 212 - 218. 10.1177/1460458212442934.
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Pervasive healthcare is beginning to investigate how novel sensory technologies can be used to measure body movements and provide various forms of feedback. This position paper reflects on a blended design approach that uses a combination of technology inspiration, consultation with experts and user-centred design for the development of a personalized pervasive healthcare system to support stroke rehabilitation.
|Title:||A blended design approach for pervasive healthcare: bringing together users, experts and technology.|
|Keywords:||Algorithms, Biomechanical Phenomena, Computer Systems, Computer-Aided Design, Computers, Handheld, Diffusion of Innovation, Disabled Persons, Feedback, Sensory, Great Britain, Humans, Models, Biological, Monitoring, Ambulatory, Research Design, Self-Help Devices, Stroke, Telemedicine, User-Computer Interface|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science|
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