Assessing Task Compliance Following Mobile Phone-Based Video Reminders

Sonja O'Neill, Guido Parente, Mark Donnelly, Chris D. Nugent, Mark Beattie, Sally McClean, Bryan Scotney, Sarah Mason, David Craig

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Abstract

In the development of technology for people with mild dementia it is essential to achieve a combination of the features which provide both support and monitoring along with the ability to offer a level of personalization. Reminding support by means of personalized video reminders portraying a relative or friend combined with sensors to assess whether the requested task was performed lends itself as an ideal combination to achieve this aim. This study assesses the potential of using low cost, off the shelf sensors combined with a mobile phone-based video reminding system to assess compliance with task completion. A validation study has been conducted in a lab-based environment with 10 healthy young participants. The work presented discusses the implementation of the approach adopted, data analysis of the results attained along with outlining future developments of this approach.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationProc., 33th Annual International IEEE Engineering and Medicine and Biology Society, IEEE EMBC
Place of PublicationBoston
Pages5295-5298
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Event33rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBC Boston, Massachusetts USA - Boston, MA, USA
Duration: 1 Jan 2011 → …

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Conference33rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBC Boston, Massachusetts USA
Period1/01/11 → …

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O'Neill, S., Parente, G., Donnelly, M., Nugent, C. D., Beattie, M., McClean, S., ... Craig, D. (2011). Assessing Task Compliance Following Mobile Phone-Based Video Reminders. In Proc., 33th Annual International IEEE Engineering and Medicine and Biology Society, IEEE EMBC (pp. 5295-5298). Boston.
O'Neill, Sonja ; Parente, Guido ; Donnelly, Mark ; Nugent, Chris D. ; Beattie, Mark ; McClean, Sally ; Scotney, Bryan ; Mason, Sarah ; Craig, David. / Assessing Task Compliance Following Mobile Phone-Based Video Reminders. Proc., 33th Annual International IEEE Engineering and Medicine and Biology Society, IEEE EMBC. Boston, 2011. pp. 5295-5298
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Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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O'Neill S, Parente G, Donnelly M, Nugent CD, Beattie M, McClean S et al. Assessing Task Compliance Following Mobile Phone-Based Video Reminders. In Proc., 33th Annual International IEEE Engineering and Medicine and Biology Society, IEEE EMBC. Boston. 2011. p. 5295-5298