A systematic review of lifestyle monitoring technologies.

  title={A systematic review of lifestyle monitoring technologies.},
  author={Simon Brownsell and David Bradley and Steve Blackburn and Fabien Cardinaux and Mark S. Hawley},
  journal={Journal of telemedicine and telecare},
  volume={17 4},
The evidence base for lifestyle monitoring is relatively weak, even though there are significant numbers of commercial installations around the world. We conducted a literature review to summarize the current position with regard to lifestyle monitoring based on sensors in the home. In total, 74 papers met the inclusion criteria. Only four papers reported trials involving 20 or more subjects, with a further 21 papers reporting trials involving one or more subjects. Most papers (n = 49) were… CONTINUE READING

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