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A Systematic Review on Existing Measures for the Subjective Assessment of Rehabilitation and Assistive Robot Devices
  • Y. Koumpouros
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Journal of healthcare engineering
  • 4 May 2016
The objective of the current study is to identify and classify outcome measures currently used for the assessment of rehabilitation or assistive robot devices. We conducted a systematic review of theExpand
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Pilot Evaluation Study of a Virtual Paracentesis Simulator for Skill Training and Assessment: The Beneficial Effect of Haptic Display
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This paper focuses more particularly on a pilot study treating the specific application case of subclavian vein paracentesis. Expand
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Wearables and mobile technologies in Autism Spectrum Disorder interventions: A systematic literature review
Abstract Background Nowadays, in the Internet of Things era, wearables, mobile technologies and enhanced communication and computing capabilities has led to the upsurge of innovative mobile healthExpand
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Image processing for distance diagnosis in pest management
Image processing for pest management (IPPM) is an interactive distance diagnostic tool for the diagnosis and identification of diseases and insects. The objective of the IPPM was the automation ofExpand
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Development of a New Psychometric Scale (PYTHEIA) to Assess the Satisfaction of Users with Any Assistive Technology
This paper presents the early findings of a new psychometric scale called PYTHEIA. It was developed in Greek according to the most well known guidelines recommendations in order to assess theExpand
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Validation of the Greek version of the device subscale of the Quebec User Evaluation of Satisfaction with Assistive Technology 2.0 (QUEST 2.0)
ABSTRACT The purpose of the study was to evaluate the device subscale of the QUEST 2.0 instrument and provide evidence for the validity and reliability of the Greek version. To this end, aExpand
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Critical success factors for establishing a multidisciplinary health community knowledge management system using internet-based ICTs: the cardiology paradigm
The current paper concerns the development of an internet-based Health Community Knowledge Management System in the field of Cardiology. The research conducted covers a wide range of state-of-the-artExpand
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The MOBOT rollator human-robot interaction model and user evaluation process
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In this paper we discuss the integration of a communication model in the MOBOT assistive robotic platform and its evaluation by target users. Expand
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Balanced scorecard: application in the General Panarcadian Hospital of Tripolis, Greece.
  • Y. Koumpouros
  • Medicine
  • International journal of health care quality…
  • 10 November 2013
PURPOSE The purpose of this paper is to discuss the application of the balanced scorecard (BSC) in the Greek public health sector. DESIGN/METHODOLOGY/APPROACH The basic balanced scorecard theoryExpand
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Data Acquisition towards Defining a Multimodal Interaction Model for Human - Assistive Robot Communication
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We report on the procedures followed in order to acquire a multimodal sensory corpus that will become the primary source of data retrieval, data analysis and testing of mobility assistive robot prototypes in the European project MOBOT. Expand
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