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Enabling superior m-health project success: a tricountry validation

Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Steve Goldberg, Rajeev K. Bali
2008 International Journal of Services and Standards  
The Accelerated Mapping-to-Realisation (AMR) methodology is used as an appropriate knowledge-based methodology to ensure academic rigour and validation and also facilitate rapid diffusion and commercialisation  ...  to support the realisation of these initiatives so that the patient becomes the ultimate beneficiary.  ...  It is the flexibility and ease of the methodology in enabling this accelerated mapping to occur that not only facilitates the realisation of mobile initiatives, such as the diabetes example discussed in  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijss.2008.016087 fatcat:ctnakytiw5gsdofuw4g3w3gcpy

Hospital 4.0 Roadmap: An Agile Implementation Guideline for Hospital Manager

Dominik T. Matt, Marco Unterhofer, Erwin Rauch
2021 International Journal of Agile Systems and Management  
The main findings of this research is the transfer of Industry 4.0 guidelines to healthcare, leading to a comprehensive roadmap for the development and implementation of Hospital 4.0 strategies.  ...  To increase agility and robustness of healthcare systems, this paper presents an implementation approach for Hospital 4.0 based on a profound analysis of scientific literature about Industry 4.0 and Hospital  ...  and finally into process variables (PV) is realised by means of so-called mapping processes, as shown in Figure 8 (Arcidiacono et al., 2017) .  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijasm.2021.10039406 fatcat:ubpttethlzbb5j4gty5epjw5fi

The art of body mapping: A methodological guide for social work researchers

Michelle Skop
2016 Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work  
This material provides social work researchers with a methodological road map by outlining the design and implementation of the body mapping process, sharing the lessons learned in data collection and  ...  Ten participants completed in-depth interviews, while 25 participants engaged in body mapping, an arts-based research method, within a series of focus group sessions.  ...  Preparation for using body mapping I adapted the art activities outlined in Gastaldo et al.'s (2012) body mapping manual to fit the research topic of healthcare and focus group context.  ... 
doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss4id295 fatcat:cequ67wv6ncorpm7kvbmoi66um

Putting patient-reported outcomes on the 'Big Data Road Map'

Melanie Calvert, Rob Thwaites, Derek Kyte, Nancy Devlin
2015 Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine  
Acknowledgements: None Provenance: Not commissioned; editorial review (including response to peer review comments from a previous submission to another journal).  ...  MC, DK and ND have expertise in PROs and outcomes methodology. ND has worked on the NHS PROMS Initiative.  ...  Big PROs data offer exciting possibilities, but we need to do more to facilitate increased routine PRO collection in clinical care for the benefits to be realised.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0141076815579896 pmid:25827908 pmcid:PMC4535436 fatcat:aqtkwph77nhwjlcvv63hph6y6e

A Smart Mobile Lab-on-Chip-Based Medical Diagnostics System Architecture Designed for Evolvability

Francois Patou, Maria Dimaki, Winnie E. Svendsen, Klaus Kjaegaard, Jan Madsen
2015 2015 Euromicro Conference on Digital System Design  
By propagating LoC programmability, instrumentation, and control tools to the highlevel abstraction smart-mobile software layer, our architecture facilitates the realisation of new use-cases and the accommodation  ...  Combined with smart-mobile technologies, LoCs are pervasively giving rise to opportunities to better diagnose disease, predict and monitor personalised treatment efficacy, or provide healthcare decision-making  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This project is a part of the EU Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (ITN) Biomedical engineering for cancer and brain disease diagnosis and therapy development: EngCaBra.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dsd.2015.11 dblp:conf/dsd/PatouDSKM15 fatcat:fozggtsrebha7m6qdxlruz3e24

Where Do Models for Change Management, Improvement and Implementation Meet? A Systematic Review of the Applications of Change Management Models in Healthcare

Reema Harrison, Sarah Fischer, Ramesh L Walpola, Ashfaq Chauhan, Temitope Babalola, Stephen Mears, Huong Le-Dao
2021 Journal of Healthcare Leadership  
in the uptake of initiatives and the realisation of their outcomes to meet external targets.  ...  Change management methodologies were often used as guiding principle to underpin a change in complex healthcare contexts.  ...  A complex adaptive system seeks to draw out and mobilize the natural creativity of health care professionals to adapt to circumstances and to evolve new and better ways of achieving quality akin to bottom-up  ... 
doi:10.2147/jhl.s289176 pmid:33737854 pmcid:PMC7966357 fatcat:5dudoebavbfdxccwo5ezeeiqba

Second Skin Iterations: Programmes and Prototypes [article]

Josie Steed, Sue Fairburn
2019 Figshare  
The technologists who took part in the workshop were able to gain a clearer understanding of how they would need to adapt their technologies when applied to applications with a focus on health.  ...  However, it did not achieve the initial 'lift' required to achieve speculative design ideas.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.9975524 fatcat:ra4kpj6ojvgznny7g3x2j7scha

Representing the patient experience of heart failure through empathy, journey and stakeholder mapping

Leanna Woods, Jed Duff, Erin Roehrer, Kim Walker, Elizabeth Cummings
2019 Patient Experience Journal  
Content analysis resulted in a needs and insights summary, a journey map and stakeholder map.  ...  Data was collected using rapid design methods including an empathy map to uncover patient and caregiver perspectives and a journey map to document daily self-care activities.  ...  Acknowledgements The research reported in this paper is supported by a St Vincent's Clinic Foundation grant and an Elite Research Scholarship provided by The District Nurses, Hobart, Australia.  ... 
doi:10.35680/2372-0247.1324 fatcat:lgwrvalyxbdbtp424jnp2somti

Shaping innovation and coordination of healthcare delivery across boundaries and borders

Rosemary J. Hollick, Alison J. Black, David M. Reid, Lorna McKee
2019 Journal of Health Organisation and Management  
Findings Cross-boundary service development was a continuous process of adaptation and evolution in rapidly shifting healthcare context.  ...  Purpose Using a complexity-informed approach, we aim to understand why introduction of a mobile service delivery model for osteoporosis across diverse organisational and country contexts in the UK National  ...  Healthcare professionals initially perceived installation and delivery of DXA services within a specially adapted van as relatively simple, with scanning on the mobile unit technically similar to a static  ... 
doi:10.1108/jhom-10-2018-0315 fatcat:tevphtgyl5gxzak254nkice3dq

Are we on the cusp of a fourth research paradigm? Predicting the future for a new approach to methods-use in medical and health services research

Frances Rapport, Jeffrey Braithwaite
2018 BMC Medical Research Methodology  
Keywords: Fourth research paradigm, Third research paradigm, Mobile methods, Qualitative research, Methodological development, Complexity, The future of healthcare The role of qualitative methods in the  ...  The impact of a Fourth Research Paradigm on the health researcher is assessed, as the researcher's gaze moves away from considerations of methodological superiority to re-considerations of their role in  ...  Facilitating the mobile method, researchers would purposefully conduct their research in real time 'on the hoof' , moving through the world alongside their research subjects, gathering or exploiting data  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12874-018-0597-4 fatcat:4q2nyncspjginhraedk6ygysf4

Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation

Alison Kitson, Alan Brook, Gill Harvey, Zoe Jordan, Rhianon Marshall, Rebekah O'Shea, David Wilson
2017 International Journal of Health Policy and Management  
There are a number of policy and practice implications that need to be considered in light of this shift in thinking.  ...  We call this the KT Complexity Network, defined as a network that optimises the effective, appropriate and timely creation and movement of knowledge to those who need it in order to improve what they do  ...  We would also like to thank the extensive feedback provided by the reviewers; our article improved substantially from their input.  ... 
doi:10.15171/ijhpm.2017.79 pmid:29524952 pmcid:PMC5890068 fatcat:ps3jn5v4anevxd4apokjqz66uu

Towards successful digital transformation through co-creation: a longitudinal study of a four-year implementation of digital monitoring technology in residential care for persons with dementia

Janne Dugstad, Tom Eide, Etty R. Nilsen, Hilde Eide
2019 BMC Health Services Research  
Overall, the co-creation methodology was the most prominent facilitator, resulting in a safer night monitoring service.  ...  Methods: In this longitudinal case study, we observed and elicited the experiences of care providers and healthcare managers in eight nursing homes, in addition to those of the information technology (  ...  Authors' contributions All authors made significant contributions to the manuscript. The study was conceived and drafted in close co-operation between the four authors: JD, TE, ERN and HE.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-019-4191-1 fatcat:ewc57z6bqjfsnnxwsanasqwwm4

Saving babies' lives (SBL) – a programme to reduce neonatal mortality in rural Cambodia: study protocol for a stepped-wedge cluster-randomised trial

Kaajal Patel, Sopheakneary Say, Daly Leng, Manila Prak, Koung Lo, Mavuto Mukaka, Arthur Riedel, Claudia Turner
2021 BMC Pediatrics  
Many studies successful at reducing neonatal mortality have failed to realise similar gains at scale.  ...  Mixed methods data collection supports iteration of the complex intervention, and facilitates impact, outcome, process and economic evaluation.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank all community health workers and healthcare workers in Preah Vihear province, the Preah Vihear Provincial Health Department and the Cambodian Ministry of Health  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12887-021-02833-7 pmid:34493225 fatcat:wxv667bagng4bidrec4h2ee2o4

Co-creating product-service-system with and for the ageing society in different socio cultural contexts

Carlijn VALK, Yuan LU, Jim STEENBAKKERS, Tilde BEKKER, Gavin PROCTOR, Omna TOSHNIWAL, Thomas VISSER
2019 Conference proceedings of the Design Management Academy  
This paper reports on an empirical study about how designers and design researchers applied a co-creation method to generate product-service-system (PSS) concepts in multi-stakeholder teams, to promote  ...  physical activities for elderly people in an EU project.  ...  We would like to thank all workshop participants from the partners within and outside the REACH consortium.  ... 
doi:10.33114/adim.2017.105 fatcat:dtwdvjehwnhrzegq6queiwk6pq

Applications of Cooperative WSN in Homecare Systems

Zenon Chaczko, Ryszard Klempous, Jan Nikodem, Jan Szymanski
2008 2008 Third International Conference on Broadband Communications, Information Technology & Biomedical Applications  
This is due to variability of schedules, tasks and mobility of both patients and carers.  ...  In this paper, we discuss sensor network technology that can facilitate and improve home care cooperation scenarios.  ...  Such infrastructures are capable to facilitate extraction, delivery, access and mapping of spatio-temporal and behavioural data in an ambient manner to various users.  ... 
doi:10.1109/broadcom.2008.78 dblp:conf/broadcom/ChaczkoKNS08 fatcat:atfp2x7hwnblzb56gzga7purve
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