MHIQ/HPS Research Development Seminars - Real Life Experiences from a Late Effects Clinic in DenmarkProfessor Karin Dieperink's presentation will discuss research interests in the area concerning cancer patients' early and late adverse effects after treatment, quality of life and coping with the life situation and rehabilitation for prevention or reducing late adverse effects, furthermore, uncovering the impact of disease on family health.
MHIQ/HPS Research Development Seminars - Flipping the coin - improving patient safety; learning from successful everyday practiceDr Cecilie Haraldseid-Driftland will discuss the Resilience in Healthcare (RiH) project which seeks to shift the research focus from healthcare failures to the overwhelming majority of healthcare processes with successful outcomes, to determine how high quality is generated in everyday clinical work across different healthcare systems, and develop learning tools that can support and strengthen such efforts.
MHIQ/HPS Research Development Seminars - Introduction of Social Robots in careCare homes for older adults are a complex environment where digital information technology transforms traditional care. In this presentation Sofia Thunberg will address how decision makers in Swedish municipalities goes from idea to introduction of social robots, how care workers are affected by these introductions and how they adjust to their new tasks handling social robots, as well as benefits and implications for older adults when introducing social robots into their lives.
MHIQ/GCORE Seminar - Neuromechanics of Human Movement - A Motor Neuron Centric ViewProfessor Dario Farina is Chair in Neurorehabilitation Engineering at Imperial College London. His research focuses on biomedical signal processing, neurorehabilitation technology, and neural control of movement. In this presentation he will discuss Neuromechanics of Human Movement - A Motor Neuron Centric View.