CRE IN INTERACTIVE DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY TO TRANSFORM AUSTRALIA’S CHRONIC DISEASE OUTCOMES
Grant number: 1170937 | Funding period: 2019 - 2021
Half of all Australians have at least one chronic disease and half of these have two or more. Interactive digital technologies can be used to address many of the current challenges contributing to Australia’s poor chronic disease outcomes. Co-designed with users and stakeholders, our CRE will transform Australia’s chronic disease outcomes by investigating how these new technologies can be optimised and integrated into routine healthcare delivery.
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A System for Computational Assessment of Hand Hygiene Techniques
Chaofan Wang, Weiwei Jiang, Kangning Yang, Zhanna Sarsenbayeva, Benjamin Tag, Tilman Dingler, Jorge Goncalves, Vassilis Kostakos
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a six-step hand hygiene technique. Although multiple studies have reported that thi..
What Could Possibly Go Wrong When Interacting with Proactive Smart Speakers? A Case Study Using an ESM Application
J Wei, B Tag, JR Trippas, T Dingler, V Kostakos
Voice user interfaces (VUIs) have made their way into people's daily lives, from voice assistants to smart speakers. Although VUIs..
Electronic Monitoring Systems for Hand Hygiene: Systematic Review of Technology
Chaofan Wang, Weiwei Jiang, Kangning Yang, Difeng Yu, Joshua Newn, Zhanna Sarsenbayeva, Jorge Goncalves, Vassilis Kostakos
BACKGROUND: Hand hygiene is one of the most effective ways of preventing health care-associated infections and reducing their tran..
Does Smartphone Use Drive our Emotions or vice versa? A Causal Analysis
Zhanna Sarsenbayeva, Gabriele Marini, Niels van Berkel, Chu Luo, Weiwei JIANG, Kangning YANG, Greg Wadley, Tilman Dingler, Jorge Goncalves, Vassilis Kostakos
In this paper, we demonstrate the existence of a bidirectional causal relationship between smartphone application use and user emo..
Accurate Measurement of Handwash Quality Using Sensor Armbands: Instrument Validation Study
Chaofan Wang, Zhanna Sarsenbayeva, Xiuge Chen, Tilman Dingler, Jorge Goncalves, Vassilis Kostakos
Background: Hand hygiene is a crucial and cost-effective method to prevent health care–associated infections, and in 2009, the Wor..