SPHERE: Meaningful and inclusive sensor-based home healthcare

Alison Burrows, Rachael Gooberman-Hill, David Coyle

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    Abstract

    Given current demographic and health trends, and their economic implications, home healthcare technology has become a fertile area for research and development. Motivated by the need for a radical reform of healthcare provision, SPHERE is a large-scale Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration that aims to develop home sensor systems to monitor people’s health and wellbeing in the home. This paper outlines the unique circumstances of designing healthcare technology for the home environment, with a particular focus on how to ensure future systems are meaningful to and desirable for the intended users.
    Original languageEnglish
    TypeACM CSCW 2014 workshop on Designing with Users for Domestic Environments
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

    Structured keywords

    • Digital Health
    • SPHERE

    Keywords

    • home healthcare
    • inclusive design
    • sensing technologies

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