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Record Status This is a systematic review that meets the criteria for inclusion on DARE. Socially assistive robots in elderly care: a mixed-method systematic literature review.
Ageing population is at the center of the looming health care crisis in most parts of developed and developing world. Australia like most of the western world is bracing up for the looming ageing population crisis, spiraling health care costs and expected serious shortage of health care workers. Assistive Service robots and companion robots are being seen… (More)
This paper describes the design of multimodal robotic system, embodiment of multimodal interaction (voice, gestures, emotion, touch panel and dance) in assistive social robot (Matilda) for modeling group based and one-to-one interactions with technology adverse elderly in nursing homes. It describes the human-centered evaluation of Matilda based on quality,… (More)
INTRODUCTION Menopause usually occurs between the ages of 45 and 55, a time when women are likely to be in the paid workforce. Most women have menopausal symptoms and these may impact on daytime function and work performance. This study examines the relationship between reproductive stage, menopausal symptoms and work, and advises how employers can best… (More)