mHealth Technologies the spin-off company from the University of Bologna and the FARSEEING project have been nominated for an Innovation Radar Prize for the ...
Farseeing partners publish in the Journal of Biomedical Informatics about the FARSEEING taxonomy: Abstract BACKGROUND: Recent Cochrane reviews on falls and fall prevention have ...
Dr Helen Hawley-Hague presents on motivating older adults to take-up and maintain exercise and the delivery of evidence based strength and balance programmes
Dr Helen Hawley-Hague presents at the Centre for Hip Health and Mobility, Vancouver about promoting older adults uptake and adherence to exercise classes and the ...
The FARSEEING project received an excellent rating by the EC at the final review meeting on the 20th May, 2015. Although the funding for the project ...
FARSEEING is a collaborative European Commission funded research project with 10 partners distributed in 5 EU countries. It aims to provide a thematic network focusing on the issue of promoting healthy, independent living for older adults. FARSEEING aims to promote better prediction, identification and prevention of falls with a focus on ICT devices and the unique […]
If you would like to join our team at the University of Manchester and continue to work with key FARSEEING partners then please apply for this funded PhD! Evaluating new technologies for promotion of healthy active ageing: using smartphone apps and sensors to promote activity- acceptability and adherence measurement? This project is now advertised and […]
Farseeing partners from the University of Bologna, Robert Bosch Gesellschaft fuer Medizinische Forschung and Azienda Sanitaria di Firenze publish in the Journal of Post Acute and Long Term Care Medicine on: Predictive Performance of a Fall Risk Assessment Tool (FRAT-up) for Community-Dwelling Older People in 4 European Cohorts. Palumbo P, Klenk J, Cattelani L, Bandinelli S, Ferrucci […]
Congratulations to Farseeing’s Dr Nina Skjaeret from NTNU who successfully defended her PhD, titled: Exergaming in older adults. Use, user experience, and the relationship between game elements and movement characteristics
mHealth Technologies the spin-off company from the University of Bologna and the FARSEEING project have been nominated for an Innovation Radar Prize for the apps developed as part of the FARSEEING project! To find out more and to vote please go to : https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/innovators/mhealth-technologies-innovation-radar