The CARE Concept - Holding on to augmentable paper during post surgery rehabilitation

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Publication Conference Paper, peer reviewed
Title The CARE Concept - Holding on to augmentable paper during post surgery rehabilitation
Author(s) Sokoler, Tomas ; Linde, Per ; Löwgren, Jonas ; Agger Eriksen, Per ; Olofsson, Stefan
Date 2006
English abstract
This paper presents our early experiences with the design of digital technology that aims to support the process of collaborative articulation taking place at patient-caregiver consultations during post surgery rehabilitation. We will suggest that augmentable paper documents (CARE paper) can be powerful resources in this process for caregiver as well as patient. The CARE paper can carry links to digital media. A prototype implementation demonstrating how to create and retrieve links between digital media and the CARE paper will be presented. The work presented was carried out and assessed along with studies at a major hand surgery clinic and with the active participation from patients and staff at this clinic.
Publisher International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) Technology
Research Subject Categories::TECHNOLOGY::Information technology::Computer science
Note in proceedings of the first International Conference on Pervasive Computing technologies for Healthcare, Innsbruck, Austria, Nov.29-Dec.1, 2006
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/5362 (link to this page)

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