Decision Support and Self-Management System for Stroke Survivors
 

OSA Pilot summary

For the STARR system pilot study at Cruces University Hospital (CUH) 43 patients were recruited from the outpatient monographic consultation of neurological patients at the Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Service. The 43 patients were divided into two groups, 18 of them taking part in the intervention group and 18 in the control group. During the 6 months of the study, the intervention group worked with the developed system, VERA, a support decision-making and self-management for stroke survivors.

Results from STARR were presented at a public open house day at Lund University

We gave a seminar “Better balance after stroke?” and had a stand in the exhibition where visitors could try out our technologies. Over 400 visitors attended the event.

http://www.certec.lth.se/infodag/certec-informerar-2019/

Workshop - Stroketech

Call for Workshop Papers

Stroke and technologies: advances and challenges

Trento, Italy

Co-located to the Pervasive Health 2019 Conference

 

Call for posters - Pervasive Health 2019

The 13th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, Pervasive Health 2019 invites Posters proposals that address innovative and important topics related to the application of pervasive technologies in the field of healthcare.

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