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Sensores Inteligentes e Ambientes Adaptados para Fisioterapia_TAILORPHY

ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL)
Project classification

Scientific area

3.3 Health sciences

Discipline(s)

Health care sciences and services (including hospital administration, health care financing)

Project description

Project title

Sensores Inteligentes e Ambientes Adaptados para Fisioterapia_TAILORPHY

Scientific Coordinator's name:

Octavian Postolache

Scientific Coordinator's e-mail:

Octavian.Adrian.Postolache@iscte.pt

Principal R&D Unit:

Instituto de Telecomunicações do Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (IT-IUL)

Other R&D Units involved in the project:

FMH/UL; ISCTE-IUL, CIS-IUL

Project keyword(s)

Physiotherapy, Intelligent Systems, Adapted Environments, Patient-Centered Care

Short abstract and comments

Information System (IS) offers much promise to improve information management for physiotherapists. IS may improve clinical and administrative reporting capabilities, operational efficiency, communication among health professionals, communication with patients, data accuracy and the capacity to support clinical research. However, the key factor for success of healthcare information system implementation and adoption is engagement of end-user. Tailored information system is proposed in this project, enable to non-invasively/unobtrusively measure balance and movements as well as to improve the effectiveness of physiotherapy based on serious game and augmented reality. Wireless body sensors network (WSN) will be developed for better balance and movements’ characterization. Usability tests of tailored virtual environment for physiotherapy will be carried out as well usability tests of information system developed for physiotherapy practice based on implemented WSN, serious game and augmented reality. The system may improve the effectiveness of physiotherapy and enable measuring additional constructs to enhance more comprehensive clinical reasoning processes (i.e., motor control, determinants for behavioural change and patient engagement).

Potential uses/indications

Potential uses/indications

Status

Ongoing

Partner Status: Seeking Partners?

No

Grant number (QREN, FP7, Eureka, etc)

PTDC/DTP-DES/6776/2014

Last edited on

2017-04-03 16:31:25

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