Projects

We develop and validate new research methods and paradigms to advance the new field of digital population health and to create digitally-enabled health consumers, practitioners and researchers.

Technologies for Remote Patient Monitoring

Together with the “Hospital-in-the-Home ” (HITH) initiative at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, we have been working on defining the requirements and exploring the technology for monitoring patients in their home.

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System-integrated technology-enabled model of care for stroke secondary prevention in rural China.

General practitioners (GPs) and practice nurses are ideally placed to identify patients at risk of, or in the early stages of, chronic disease and to implement prevention and early intervention efforts to reduce disease progression and subsequent hospitalisation.

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My Diabetes Coach: preventing complications in people with type 2 diabetes

General practitioners (GPs) and practice nurses are ideally placed to identify patients at risk of, or in the early stages of, chronic disease and to implement prevention and early intervention efforts to reduce disease progression and subsequent hospitalisation.

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Hand Hygiene in Hospitals.

General practitioners (GPs) and practice nurses are ideally placed to identify patients at risk of, or in the early stages of, chronic disease and to implement prevention and early intervention efforts to reduce disease progression and subsequent hospitalisation.

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Patient work by chronic disease patients in the community.

General practitioners (GPs) and practice nurses are ideally placed to identify patients at risk of, or in the early stages of, chronic disease and to implement prevention and early intervention efforts to reduce disease progression and subsequent hospitalisation.

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Proactive Conversational Agents for Self-managing Chronic Diseases.

General practitioners (GPs) and practice nurses are ideally placed to identify patients at risk of, or in the early stages of, chronic disease and to implement prevention and early intervention efforts to reduce disease progression and subsequent hospitalisation.

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A Smartphone-based Intervention to Interrupt Sedentary Time and Promote Physical Activity in People with Type 2 Diabetes.

General practitioners (GPs) and practice nurses are ideally placed to identify patients at risk of, or in the early stages of, chronic disease and to implement prevention and early intervention efforts to reduce disease progression and subsequent hospitalisation.

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Enhancing Virtual Nutrition Service Delivery.

General practitioners (GPs) and practice nurses are ideally placed to identify patients at risk of, or in the early stages of, chronic disease and to implement prevention and early intervention efforts to reduce disease progression and subsequent hospitalisation.

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Smart homes for heart failure.

General practitioners (GPs) and practice nurses are ideally placed to identify patients at risk of, or in the early stages of, chronic disease and to implement prevention and early intervention efforts to reduce disease progression and subsequent hospitalisation.

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