ThinkMind // International Journal On Advances in Life Sciences, volume 9, numbers 3 and 4, 2017
Notes: A free access journal featuring works submitted on an invitation basis only.
Event editions: - there are 25 editions.
Articles: there are 12 articles
Implementation of openEHR in combination with clinical terminologies: Experiences from Norway
Rune Pedersen, Conceição Granja, and Luis-Marco Ruiz
keywords: eHealth medical records; electronic health records; web technology; e-health; interoperability; semantics; integrated care; OpenEHR; terminology; classification systems
Evidence-Based Self-Management for Spondyloarthritis Patients
Wolfgang Leister, Camilla Fongen, Dag Magnar Soldal, Kåre Birger Hagen, Trenton Schulz, Peder Aursand, Liming Chen, Carl-Henrik Franke, Ingvar Tjøstheim, Aleksander Bai, Lars Thomas Boye, Vebjørn Berre, Nina Østerås, Jon Hagfors, Jan Halvard Relbe-Moe, and Hanne Dagfinrud
keywords: axial spondyloarthritis; self-management; health care; self-assessment; evidence-based; mobile applications; sensors; ethics.
Personalised Health Monitoring by a Multiagent System
Leo van Moergestel, Brian van der Bijl, Erik Puik, Daniel Telgen, and John-Jules Meyer
keywords: Multiagent-based health monitoring; Multiagent ar- chitecture; learning agent
Cardiac Telemerty for Stress Assessment
Anna Polevaia, Sergey Parin, Sofia Polevaia, and Valeriia Demareva
keywords: stress; heart rate variability; autonomic nervous system; wireless technology
Experimentally Analyzing Relationships between Larner's Status in the Skill Acquisition Process and Physiological Indices
Yoshimasa Ohmoto, Takahiro Matsuda, and Toyoaki Nishida
keywords: Skill acquisition model; Mental state estimation; Physiological indices.
The Application of Validating and Dialectical Coaching Strategies in a Personalised Virtual Coach for Obese Emotional Eaters: Rationale for a Personalised Coaching System
Aranka Dol, Christina Bode, Hugo Velthuijsen, Lisette van Gemert, and Tatjana van Strien
keywords: obesity; emotional eaters (emotional eating behaviour); Dialectical Behaviour Therapy; validation strategies; dialectical strategies; eHealth; mHealth; persuasive technology; virtual coach; personalised coaching.
Quantifying the Benefits of Digital Health Investments in Canada: Calculating the cumulative quality, access and productivity benefits on a national scale
Bobby Gheorghiu and Simon Hagens
keywords: electronic health record (EHR); adoption; digital health; health system benefits; productivity; efficiency; telehealth; electronic medical record (EMR)
A Method for Architectural Inclusive Design: the Case of Users Experiencing Down Syndrome
Clémentine Schelings and Catherine Elsen
keywords: disability; Down syndrome; inclusive design; universal design; methodological framework
Energy-Aware Systems for Improving the Well-Being of Older People by Reducing Their Energy Consumption
Jon Robinson, Kevin Lee, Kofi Appiah, and Raheem Yousef
keywords: energy-efficiency; energy-awareness; intelligent sensor systems; recommender systems; well-being; internet of things; big data
Blended Learning Improves Physical Assessment by Nursing Students
Machiko Saeki Yagi, Shigeki Tsuzuku, Natsuko Miura, and Alan Kawarai Lefor
keywords: nursing students; physical assessment; nurse education.
Comparative Analysis of Walking Gait Cycle between Healthy People and Walking Disabilities to Prevent Tripping Using Wearable Device and KINECT
Yoshitoshi Murata, Shohei Yoshida, Takayuki Niinuma, and Kazuhiro Yoshida
keywords: fall, trip, hemiplegia, gait, shoes, MS-KINECT
The Wize Sniffer Knows What You Did: Prevent Cardio-Metabolic Risk by Analyzing Your Breath
Danila Germanese, Mario D'Acunto, Marco Righi, Massimo Magrini, and Ovidio Salvetti
keywords: Breath analysis; E-noses; Gas sensors; Selfmonitoring; Signal processing; Bio-signals; Medical device; Cardiometabolic risk prevention.