SENDoc

Sensors can measure mobility, strength, balance, and also wellbeing, exercise; with potential to support independent living. The Smart sENsor Devices fOr rehabilitation and Connected health (SENDoc) project will introduce the use of wearable sensor systems in ageing communities in northern remote areas. SENDoc will assess sensor technical, clinical and social acceptability and their impact on patients, on health and care delivery, and on rural communities.

Contact

Dr Joan Condell
Ulster University
Email: j.condell@ulster.ac.uk
Tel: +44 28 7167 5024

SENDoc team attended the International conference in Translational MEDicine and healthcare innovation (TMED9) - innovating to Live Well for Longer,...

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SENDoc team's first review article entitled "Remote Rehabilitation: A Solution to Overloaded & Scarce Health Care Systems" has been published by the...

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People nowadays is living longer and there is a decreasing childbirth, as a result an increasing aging population is experienced around the world....

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SENDoc project was exhibited at the NI Science Festival (NISF19) from 22nd to 23rd February 2019 at Foyle Arena. SENDoc team at Ulster University...

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The SENDoc project' 18 month summary  is a review of what has been done and achieved during this period of time in the project. It includes the events...

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SENDoc team assisted the Unlocking Innovations in Digital Health event organised by Northern Ireland Health Ecosystems (ECHAlliance). This event took...

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Our partner clinician of SENDoc team at Ulster - M.D. Philip Gardiner, Consultant Rheumatologist and a General Physician with Altnagelvin Hospital,...

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Dr. Karla Muñoz Esquivel and Dr. Suzanne Timmons, from the SENDoc team, at Ulster University and UCC respectively,  attended the IGS (Irish...

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SENDoc team ran the iMaxSpondylitis App design session at Altnagelvin hospital with patients and physiotherapist. This was attended by two patients,...

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