3d International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare

Research Article

A design framework for a home-based stroke rehabilitation system: Identifying the key components

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/ICST.PERVASIVEHEALTH2009.6049,
        author={Stefan Rennick Egglestone and Lesley Axelrod and Thomas Nind and Ruth Turk and Anna Wilkinson and Jane Burridge and Geraldine Fitzpatrick and Sue Mawson and Zoe Robertson and Ann Marie Hughes and Kher Hui Ng and Will Pearson and Nour Shublaq and Penny Probert-Smith and Ian Rickets and Tom Rodden},
        title={A design framework for a home-based stroke rehabilitation system: Identifying the key components},
        proceedings={3d International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare},
        proceedings_a={PERVASIVEHEALTH},
        year={2009},
        month={8},
        keywords={component; stroke; rehabilitation; framework; home; domestic; pervasive},
        doi={10.4108/ICST.PERVASIVEHEALTH2009.6049}
    }
    
  • Stefan Rennick Egglestone
    Lesley Axelrod
    Thomas Nind
    Ruth Turk
    Anna Wilkinson
    Jane Burridge
    Geraldine Fitzpatrick
    Sue Mawson
    Zoe Robertson
    Ann Marie Hughes
    Kher Hui Ng
    Will Pearson
    Nour Shublaq
    Penny Probert-Smith
    Ian Rickets
    Tom Rodden
    Year: 2009
    A design framework for a home-based stroke rehabilitation system: Identifying the key components
    PERVASIVEHEALTH
    ICST
    DOI: 10.4108/ICST.PERVASIVEHEALTH2009.6049
Stefan Rennick Egglestone1,*, Lesley Axelrod2, Thomas Nind3, Ruth Turk4, Anna Wilkinson5, Jane Burridge4, Geraldine Fitzpatrick2, Sue Mawson5, Zoe Robertson6, Ann Marie Hughes4, Kher Hui Ng1, Will Pearson1, Nour Shublaq7, Penny Probert-Smith7, Ian Rickets3, Tom Rodden1
  • 1: Universities of Nottingham
  • 2: Sussex
  • 3: Dundee
  • 4: Southampton
  • 5: Sheffield Hallam
  • 6: Barnsley DGH NHST7
  • 7: Oxford
*Contact email: sre@cs.nott.ac.uk

Abstract

We present a design framework for a sensor-based stroke rehabilitation system for use at home developed through the analysis of data collected from a series of workshops. Participants had a variety of backgrounds and included people living with stroke and health professionals who work with them. Our focus in these workshops was to learn more about the social context around stroke care, to share early project ideas and develop a design framework for developing systems. In this paper we present a detailed analysis of participant responses and use this analysis to draw specific conclusions about the components and configuration that we believe should be in future systems.