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Adapting Mobile and Wearable Technology to Provide Support and Monitoring in Rehabilitation for Dementia: Feasibility Case Series

Adapting Mobile and Wearable Technology to Provide Support and Monitoring in Rehabilitation for Dementia: Feasibility Case Series

A detailed description of the system is available in Thorpe et al [17].Figure 2The data collector custom app (left) runs in the background collecting device sensor and log data.

Julia Thorpe, Birgitte Hysse Forchhammer, Anja M Maier

JMIR Form Res 2019;3(4):e12346


Developing and Implementing a Digital Navigation Program to Improve Outcomes for Medicare Bundle Patients Undergoing Joint Replacement Surgery

Developing and Implementing a Digital Navigation Program to Improve Outcomes for Medicare Bundle Patients Undergoing Joint Replacement Surgery

1865FasihuddinFarah1BlackMorgan1KannRebecca1MeiShelly1McLaughlinJonathan1AtrejaAshish11Icahn School of Medicine at Mount SinaiNew York, NYUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Jason Rogers jason.rogers@mountsinai.orgJan-Dec2019210201951e1519727620191482019©Jason Rogers, Farah Fasihuddin, Morgan Black, Rebecca Kann, Shelly Mei, Jonathan

Jason Rogers, Farah Fasihuddin, Morgan Black, Rebecca Kann, Shelly Mei, Jonathan McLaughlin, Ashish Atreja

iproc 2019;5(1):e15197


Smartphone Apps Using Photoplethysmography for Heart Rate Monitoring: Meta-Analysis

Smartphone Apps Using Photoplethysmography for Heart Rate Monitoring: Meta-Analysis

Jonathan en Leahy demonstrated that a smartphone could be used to perform PPG. The white light-emitting diode can be used as light source and the phone camera as photodetector.

Benjamin De Ridder, Bart Van Rompaey, Jarl K Kampen, Steven Haine, Tinne Dilles

JMIR Cardio 2018;2(1):e4


Increasing Nonsedentary Behaviors in University Students Using Text Messages: Randomized Controlled Trial

Increasing Nonsedentary Behaviors in University Students Using Text Messages: Randomized Controlled Trial

They received one fact about sedentary behavior at the beginning of each week such as, “By breaking up your sitting time you will reduce your risk of developing Type II diabetes,” and included different health risks outlined by Thorpe and colleagues [28].

Emma Cotten, Harry Prapavessis

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(3):e99


Video Consultation Use by Australian General Practitioners: Video Vignette Study

Video Consultation Use by Australian General Practitioners: Video Vignette Study

Last consultation June 2010: upper respiratory tract infection3Patient: Adrian Marshall. Occupation: store room supervisor. Age: 49History: Recurrent bouts of crushing chest pain. Started at 3 am this morning and now has been present for several hours.

Moyez Jiwa, Xingqiong Meng

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(6):e117