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 ...
Over the next few months, FARSEEING Partners will be presenting project results at a variety of different conferences. On 18th May, Professor Lorenzo Chiari ...
The achievements of the FARSEEING project were presented and celebrated at the first European Union. Falls Festival (EUFF), held at the Robert Bosch Krankenhaus, ...
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 […]
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 delivery of evidence based strength and balance programmes. She also talks about her new NIHR Fellowship study which will be using FARSEEING Smartphone technology! To see a video of her presentation […]
On International Older Person’s Day (1st October 2015) the Prevention of Falls Network for Dissemination (ProFouND) consortium with members throughout Europe (including members of FARSEEING) delivered flash mobs and/or took part in strength and balance exercise classes to raise awareness of falls prevention. For more information and to see the final video go to: http://profound.eu.com/profound-stay-strong-stay-steady-campaign-eu-flash-mob/
A new FARSEEING review article has been published International Journal of Medical Informatics Title: Exercise and rehabilitation delivered through exergames in older adults: An integrative review of technologies, safety and efficacy Authors: Nina Skjæret, Ather Nawaz, Tobias Morat, Daniel Schoene, Jorunn Lægdheim Helbostad , Beatrix Vereijken, This study focused on technologies, safety and efficacy of exergames for […]
A new FARSEEING research article has been published in Interacting with Computers Journal. Stakeholder Attitudes Toward and Values Embedded in a Sensor-Enhanced Personal Emergency Response System Authors: Yngve Dahl, Babak Farshchian, Thomas Vilarinho, Jorunn L. Helbostad, Ather Nawaz, Arnhild J. Nygård and Per Bendik Wik Abstract: This paper provides an empirical understanding of concerns that the application […]