Friday, 14 July 2017

New paper: Informing the Design of “Lifestyle Monitoring” Technology for the Detection of Health Deterioration in Long-Term Conditions: A Qualitative Study of People Living With Heart Failure

A new paper, whose authors include three CATCH academics has been published in the JMIR.


Entitled: "Informing the Design of “Lifestyle Monitoring” Technology for the Detection of Health Deterioration in Long-Term Conditions: A Qualitative Study of People Living With Heart Failure", Dr Sarah Hargreaves, Prof Mark Hawley and Prof Pam Enderby aimed to report in this paper the findings of a study aimed at identifying changes in activity indicative of important changes in health in people with long-term conditions, particularly changes indicative of exacerbation, by exploring the relationship between home activities and health among people with heart failure.

You can read the full article here: http://www.jmir.org/2017/6/e231/


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