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An Interconnected Smart Technology System for Individuals with Mental Illness Living in the Community and Transitional Hospital Apartments [chapter]

Cheryl Forchuk, Jonathan Serrato, Abraham Rudnick, Deborah Corring, Rupinder Mann, Barbara Frampton
2019 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In order to assess the feasibility of this technological innovation, the research team installed equipment in two prototype apartments at two inpatient psychiatric hospitals and in up to eight community  ...  The overall objective of this research was to develop and test the use of smart technology in delivering safe, effective mental health services before expanding into community homes.  ...  Joseph's Health Care, the Canadian Mental Health Association and London Middlesex Community Housing for facilitating the research environment.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-32785-9_12 fatcat:tucitp3me5cz5c6bmfa44gwv5e

Physiological and Behavior Monitoring Systems for Smart Healthcare Environments: A Review

Mariana Jacob Rodrigues, Octavian Postolache, Francisco Cercas
2020 Sensors  
Assisted and smart tailored environments are possible with the implementation of such technologies that bring personal healthcare to any individual, while living in their preferred environments.  ...  In this paper we address several requirements for the development of such environments, namely the deployment of physiological signs monitoring systems, daily activity recognition techniques, as well as  ...  Such monitoring becomes an essential element for the older population that, with the increasing average of life expectancy, may develop mental and physical illnesses.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20082186 pmid:32290639 fatcat:aj73magczbeivcetqbcbyvxcyu

The Internet of Things (IoT) and its Application Domains

Yusuf Perwej, Kashiful Haq, Firoj Parwej, Mumdouh M.
2019 International Journal of Computer Applications  
The IoT technology and applications are likely to be major drivers of investment and innovation in the communications sector, over the forthcoming years, delivering the valued advantage to citizens, client  ...  There is no suspicion that IoT has added a new dimension to the living being by the link between smart objects.  ...  I would like to express my gratitude towards my family and colleges for their co-operation and help me in completing this paper.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2019918763 fatcat:eewo3ezck5f2fl7zy3qeehumri

Next City: Learning from Cities during COVID-19 to Tackle Climate Change

Christina Kakderi, Nicos Komninos, Anastasia Panori, Eleni Oikonomaki
2021 Sustainability  
, unrestricted individual mobility in cities.  ...  central business district, (b) the transport ecosystem, and (c) the tourism–hospitality ecosystem.  ...  This may include administrative and technical support, or donations in kind (e.g., materials used for experiments). Not applicable.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13063158 fatcat:yzchprqayzdjxg7sokz6usoz3q

Remote patient monitoring: a comprehensive study

Lakmini P. Malasinghe, Naeem Ramzan, Keshav Dahal
2017 Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing  
The focus is on ambulatory assessment. Paper ) is a review of technologies for monitoring patients with serious mental illnesses.  ...  monitored with the use of modern communication and sensor technologies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12652-017-0598-x fatcat:mkia26jzdrbthj5gci5q6kbduu

Impact of telecommunication network on future of telemedicine in healthcare: A systematic literature review

Nawaz et al., Department of Computer Science, Umm AL-Qura University, Makkah, Saudi Arabia
2022 International Journal of Advanced and Applied Sciences  
The recent developments in communication systems offer 5G and above connectivity.  ...  This review provides an overview of telemedicine, the 5G-based telemedicine framework, and its comparison with the current system.  ...  Hence, in this paper, we have performed a systematic literature review on telemedicine systems that assist in the analysis of individuals living with the assistance and provide an understanding of the  ... 
doi:10.21833/ijaas.2022.07.013 fatcat:phtkld57pbcythlee46kcyg3i4

Impacts of new and emerging assistive technologies for ageing and disabled housing

Catherine Bridge, Fredrick Zmudzki, Tracy Huang, Ceridwen Owen, Debbie Faulkner
2021 AHURI Final Report  
debate in the broader Australian community.  ...  AHURI AHURI is a national independent research network with an expert not-for-profit research management company, AHURI Limited, at its centre.  ...  Acknowledgements This material was produced with funding from the Australian Government and state and territory governments.  ... 
doi:10.18408/ahuri7122501 fatcat:yk2nbnfn6rg7xgckqkbh3up2ce

An exploration of social participation for young adults following a first psychotic episode

Valerie Fox
2019 Journal of Occupational Science  
Valerie Fox: An Exploration of Social Participation for Young Adults Following A First Psychotic Episode (Under the direction of Antoine Bailliard) Individuals with mental illness continue to be among  ...  Numerous studies have shown that the ability to participate and interact with others is vital to recovery for people with mental illness.  ...  Individuals admitted to the hospital were positioned into an identity of the 'mentally ill patient' through their interaction with other patients and hospital staff.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14427591.2019.1650803 fatcat:kl2pvau7krcoldz2oaw2vkxwpi

Digital Technology-Based Telemedicine for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Yu-Ting Shen, Liang Chen, Wen-Wen Yue, Hui-Xiong Xu
2021 Frontiers in Medicine  
5G networks, artificial intelligence (AI) that uses deep learning, big data analytics, and blockchain and robotic technology, which has resulted in an unprecedented opportunity for the progress of telemedicine  ...  In the year 2020, the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis intersected with the development and maturation of several digital technologies including the internet of things (IoT) with next-generation  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS W-WY and H-XX conceived this project. W-WY, H-XX, and LC designed and supervised the project and commented on the project. W-WY, Y-TS, and LC wrote the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmed.2021.646506 pmid:34295908 pmcid:PMC8289897 fatcat:ktdakeba45af7kkkjvsnvw4pbe

Senior Care for Aging in Place

Clara Caldeira, Matthew Bietz, Marisol Vidauri, Yunan Chen
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing - CSCW '17  
Examining how these care practices function could inform the design of technology for a broader population of seniors aging in place.  ...  We have found that their care involves both external monitoring and self-care, and self-tracking is an integral part of self-care. These different forms of care are interconnected and complimentary.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank each study participant, in particular the CCRC staff who allowed us to collect data about the institution and its residents.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2998181.2998206 fatcat:zm3apmaykfaznncj2smgytxk3a

Sustainable Technologies for Older Adults

Jorge Morato, Sonia Sanchez-Cuadrado, Ana Iglesias, Adrián Campillo, Carmen Fernández-Panadero
2021 Sustainability  
The exponential evolution of technology and the growth of the elderly population are two phenomena that will inevitably interact with increasing frequency in the future.  ...  This paper analyses scientific literature as a means of furthering progress in sustainable technology for senior living.  ...  The data presented in this study are openly available in Wok of Sciences and Scopus repositories, being analyzed and summarized and including this data in the paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13158465 fatcat:qnhum6dnmzdclmks2ckfdkhtzi

Abstracts, Oral Presentations for Qualitative Health Research Conference, October 2016

2017 International Journal of Qualitative Methods  
Many older people prefer to remain living in familiar communities where they have established connections, and the evidence suggests these connections are particularly relevant in rural communities.  ...  Communities that support the engagement of their oldest residents enhance the livability for all and support older people to age in place.  ...  understanding of the meanings youth assign to living with mental illness.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1609406916688525 fatcat:vyx3hgftjffjpn7qblsv36a5ka

The impact of medical cyber–physical systems on healthcare service delivery

Michael Sony, Jiju Antony, Olivia McDermott
2022 The TQM Journal  
PurposeThe pandemic has reinforced the need for revamping the healthcare service delivery systems around the world to meet the increased challenges of modern-day illnesses.  ...  This study can further be used for designing effective strategies for deploying MCPS to be effective and efficient in each of the dimensions of healthcare service delivery.Originality/valueThe previous  ...  Palliative care is specialised medical care for people living with serious illness and it revolves around providing relief from the symptoms and stress of the illness (Morrison and Meier, 2004) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/tqm-01-2022-0005 fatcat:xcllajz45vb5vbwq5mbgf5inr4

Graph Neural Networks in IoT: A Survey [article]

Guimin Dong, Mingyue Tang, Zhiyuan Wang, Jiechao Gao, Sikun Guo, Lihua Cai, Robert Gutierrez, Bradford Campbell, Laura E. Barnes, Mehdi Boukhechba
2022 arXiv   pre-print
With the recent development of sensor and communication technologies, IoT devices including smart wearables, cameras, smartwatches, and autonomous vehicles can accurately measure and perceive their surrounding  ...  In this survey, we present a comprehensive review of recent advances in the application of GNNs to the IoT field, including a deep dive analysis of GNN design in various IoT sensing environments, an overarching  ...  Security The interconnected things in IoT introduce multiple security challenges, as the vast majority of Internet technologies and communication protocols were not created with IoT in mind [198] .  ... 
arXiv:2203.15935v2 fatcat:jkqg5ukg5fezbewu5mr5hqsp4e

Biomedical Applications Based on Mobile Phone Cell Network Systems

Jafaar Fahad A. Rida
2019 Journal of Southwest Jiaotong University  
With the development of wireless technologies, however, there has been a variety of variations and improvements in e-healthcare systems.  ...  The tele-biomedical environment is a general word used for the use of mobile phones (handheld devices) and other wireless systems and communication devices to inform users or customers of medical preventive  ...  ., and VIMONT, J.P. (2014) CIRDO: Smart companion for helping elderly to live at home for longer.  ... 
doi:10.35741/issn.0258-2724.54.6.6 fatcat:b3gnmsdmkndzrgngxehtlfawii
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