Main Track

Day 1: Monday 3rd July 2017

Welcome and Keynote 1: Oliver Morgan
09:30 – 10:30 Day 1 (July 3), Auditorium
Session Chair: Patty Kostkova (IRDR UCL)
Speaker: Oliver Morgan, (World Health Organization)
Talk: Public Health Emergencies: How can we make better use of data to protect people`s health and save lives?
Session 1 : Posters / Demos Preview
11:00 – 12:30 Day 1 (July 3), G.4.5
Session Chair: Andreea Molnar, Senior Lecturer (University of Portsmouth)
Session 2 : Digital Tools in Practice
11:00 – 12:30 Day 1 (July 3), Auditorium
Description: Designing, deploying, and evaluating digital tools for personal and community health care and intervention
Session Chair: Arnold Bosman, (Transmissible, Netherlands)
11:00 – 11:15 The Impact Of Telemedicine In Streamlining Consultations While Developing Doctor/Patient Trust Online
Invited Speaker: Vik Bakhru, COO (ConsejoSano)
11:15 – 11:30 (How) do people negotiate online information into their decision making with healthcare professionals?
Lauren Bussey, Liz Sillence (Northumbria University)
11:30 – 11:45 Are HIV Smartphone Apps and Online Interventions Fit for Purpose?
Aneesha Singh, Jo Gibbs, Ann Blandford, Pam Sonnenberg (University College London); Claudia Estcourt (Glasgow Caledonian University)
11:45 – 12:00 Towards an Ontology to Identify Barriers to Physical Activity for Type 2 Diabetes
Yousef Alfaifi, Floriana Grasso, Valentina Tamma (University of Liverpool)
12:00 – 12:15 Snake Alert Application: A Snake Tracking & Reporting System
Owen Noel Newton Fernando, Rianne Wally Meurzec, Tan Quang Ngo, Karthikayen Jayasundar, Yohan Fernandopulle, Vajisha Wanniarachchi (Nanyang Technological University); Santosh Vijaykumar (Northumbria University)
12:15 – 12:30 Healthcare Standards in the era of APIs & Cloud Computing – A platform oriented approach to building healthcare applications for safer clinical records
Invited Speaker: Jay Kola, Chief Technology Officer (Operon Limited)
Panel Debate 1: Funding and Impact for Digital Health
14:00 – 15:30 Day 1 (July 3), Auditorium
Panel Chair: Michael Arthur, UCL Provost
Overview: Interdisciplinary Global Health Research: from research funding to policy and impact
Jill Jones,Head of Global Health Strategy (Medical Research Council)
Evelyn Depoortere, Scientific Officer (European Commission)
Sophie Laurie, Associate Director of Translation and Innovation (Natural Environment Research Council)
David Golding, Head of European and Global Engagement (Innovate UK)
Edward Whiting, Director of Policy and Chief of Staff (Wellcome Trust)
Alix Zwane, Chief Executive Officer (Global Innovation Fund)
Session 3: Online Communities
16:00 – 17:30 Day 1 (July 3) G.4.5
Description: Quantifying the effect of online health communities on individuals’ information seeking and health behavior
Session Chair: Eric Meyer, Professor of Social Informatics and Director of Graduate Studies (The Oxford Internet Institute)
16:00 – 16:15 Listen-In: Gamifying Practice-based Therapy for Patients with Aphasia
Invited Speaker: Alexander Leff (UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience)
16:15 – 16:30 The current state of online social networking for the health community: where trust modeling research may be of value
Daniel Ohashi, Robin Cohen, Xiaotian Fu (University of Waterloo)
16:30 – 16:45 Analysis of Smoking and Drinking Relapse in an Online Community
Acar Tamersoy, Duen Horng Chau, Munmun De Choudhury (Georgia Institute of
Technology)
16:45 – 17:00 Exploring the preferences of female teenagers when seeking sexual health information using websites and apps
Kerry Mckellar, Elizabeth Sillence, Michael A Smith (Northumbria University)
17:00 – 17:15 Who is Spreading Rumours about Vaccines? Influential User Impact Modelling in Social Networks
Patty Kostkova, Vino Mano (University College London); William S. Schulz, Heidi Larson (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
17:15 – 17:30 Digital Health – Unlocking the Power of Online Communities
Invited Speaker: Charlie Davie (UCLPartners)
Session 4: Modeling Disease
16:00 – 17:30 Day 1 (July 3) Auditorium
Description: Building mathematical models of diseases and their treatments
Session Chair: Philip Abdelmalik, Senior Epidemiologist/Advisor (Public Health Agency of Canada)
16:00 – 16:15 One mosquito, three epidemics and a global public health emergency: fighting Aedes aegypti in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil
Invited Speaker: Jailson Correia, Health Secretary (Recife City Hall)
16:15 – 16:30 Speech-based Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition by Generative Adversarial Network Representations
Jun Deng, Nicholas Cummins, Maximilian Schmitt (University of Passau); Kun Qian (Technische Universität München); Fabien Ringeval (Université de Grenoble); Björn Schuller (Imperial College London & University of Passau)
16:30 – 16:45 Classification of Visit-to-Visit Blood Pressure Variability: A Machine Learning Approach for Data Clustering on Systolic Blood Pressure Intervention (SPRINT) Trial
Kelvin Kf Tsoi, Max Wy Lam, Felix Ch Chan, Hoyee W Hirai, Baker Kk Bat, Samuel Ys Wong, Helen Ml Meng (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
16:45 – 17:00 On consolidated predictive model of the natural history of breast cancer: primary tumor and secondary metastases in patients with lymph nodes metastases
Ella Tyuryumina and Alexey Neznanov (National Research University Higher School of Economics)
17:00 – 17:15 Improving RNN with Attention and Embedding for Adverse Drug Reactions
Chandra Pandey, Zina Ibrahim, Honghan Wu, Ehtesham Iqbal, Richard Dobson (Kings College London)
17:15 – 17:30 Typhoid in Nepal: Using large data sets and surveillance networks to determine burden and drive policy
Invited Speaker: Isaac Bogoch, (University of Toronto, Canada)
Posters and Demos
17:30 – 19:00 Day 1 (July 3), Exhibition Space
Session Chair: Andreea Molnar Senior Lecturer (University of Portsmouth)

Day 2: Tuesday 4th July 2017

Keynote 2: Tina Comes
09:30 – 10:30 Day 2 (July 4), Auditorium
Session Chair: Yelena Mejova (QCRI, Qatar)
Speaker: Tina Comes (Delft University of Technology)
Talk: Data for Good? Designing Humanitarian Technology
Session 5 : Innovation Prize Pitches
11:00 – 12:25 Day 2 (July 4), Auditorium
Session Chair: Lucie Burgess, Head of Health (Digital Catapult)
Judges: Arnold Bosman, Public Health Consultant (Transmissible)
Hak Salih, Digital Health Lead (MedCity)
Pierre-Louis Mercereau, eHealth Team Leader (Médecins Sans Frontières)
David Morgan, Medical Director (Safe Patient Systems Group)
Overview: Digital Catapult will be hosting the shortlisted companies of the Digital Health Innovation Awards 2017. This session will include the Pitches from shortlisted companies to judges and chance to meet your peers.
Shortlisted Companies: The following companies have been shortlisted:

1.Best scale-up success
Ada
Big Health
Echo
Patients Know Best

2.Best partnership
One You
Cera
Health Unlocked

3.Best data-driven innovation
OWise Breast Cancer
Soma Analytics
Diagnostics.ai

Session 6: Study Methodologies
11:00 – 12:30 Day 2 (July 4) G.4.5
Overview: Defining medical study methodologies for digital data and tool utilization
Session Chair: Célia Boyer (Health on the Net Foundation)
11:00 – 11:15 Transform Nutrition – Tackling Malnutrition by Mobile App in Africa
Invited Speaker: Emily Keane, Nutrition Advisor (Save the Children)
11:15 – 11:30 Conflict Discovery and Analysis for Clinical Trials
Bonnie MacKellar and Christina Schweikert (St John’s University)
11:30 – 11:45 A case study of anonymization of medical surveys
Michele Gentili, Sara Hajian, Carlos Castillo (Eurecat Technology Center of Catalonia)
11:45 – 12:00 Rapid Methods to Assess the Potential Impact of Digital Health Interventions, and their Application to Low Resource Settings
Geoff Royston (Independent)
12:00 – 12:15 Using data mining to refine digital behaviour change interventions
Nathaniel Charlton, John Kingston, Miltos Petridis (University of Brighton); Ben Fletcher (Do Something Different Ltd)
12:15 – 12:30 A Regularization Approach for Identifying Cumulative Lagged Effects in Smart Health Applications
Karthik Srinivasan, Faiz Currim, Sudha Ram, Matthias Mehl, Casey Lindberg, Esther Sternberg, Perry Skeath (University of Arizona); Davida Herzl, Reuben Herzl, Melissa Lunden, Nicole Goebel, Scott Andrews, Bijan Najafi, Javad Razjouyan, Hyo-Ki Lee (Baylor college of Medicine); Brian Gilligan, Judith Heerwagen, Kevin Kampschroer, Kelli Canada (U.S. General Services Administration).
Panel Debate: Digital imaging from microscope to satellite
14:00 – 15:30 Day 2 (July 4), Auditorium
Panel Chair: Isaac Bogoch (‎University of Toronto)
Overview Digital imaging from the microscope to satellite: A panel discussion on the current and future potential for healthcare innovation in developing countries
Johan Lundin (University of Helsinki)
Rick Dickinson (Dickinson Associates Cambridge)
Chris Grundy (The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Session 7: Social Media
16:00 – 17:30 Day 2 (July 4) Auditorium
Description: Building tools for the analysis of social media data for health research
Session Chair: Sudha Ram (University of Arizona)
16:00 – 16:15 #PublicHealthIntelligence: Exploring social media for the Global Public Health Intelligence Network
Invited Speaker: Philip Abdelmalik (Public Health Agency of Canada, Canada)
16:15 – 16:30 Classifying Information from Microblogs during Epidemics
Koustav Rudra, Ashish Sharma, Niloy Ganguly (Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur); Muhammad Imran (Qatar Computing Research Institute)
16:30 – 16:45 Enhancement of epidemiological models for dengue fever based on Twitter data
Julio Albinati, Wagner Meira Jr., Gisele Pappa (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)
16:45 – 17:00 Discovering Potential Effects of Dietary Supplements from Twitter Data
Keyuan Jiang (Purdue University Northwest); Yongbing Tang (Cerner Corporation); G. Cook (Provider Resources Inc.); Michael Madden (The Wright Center)
17:00 – 17:15 Emotional and Linguistic Cues of Depression from Social Media
Nikhita Vedula and Srinivasan Parthasarathy (Ohio State University)
17:15 – 17:30 Use of Digital Technology for Managing Terrorist Attacks and Delivering First Class Healthcare into Rural Africa
Invited Speaker: David Morgan (Safe Patient Systems Group)
Session 8: Health Systems and Tools
16:00 – 17:30 Day 2 (July 4), G.4.5
Description: Case studies of digital systems and tools as applied to the health domain
Session Chair: Pietro Ghezzi (Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK)
16:00 – 16:15 Invited Speaker: Pierre-Louis Mercereau, (Médecins Sans Frontières)
16:15 – 16:30 An Interactive Web-based Decision Support System for Mass Dispensing, Emergency Preparedness, and Biosurveillance
Eva Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology); Ferdinand Pietz (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention); Chienhung Chen and Yifan Liu (Georgia Institute
of Technology)
16:30 – 16:45 Risk factors linked to influenza-like illness as identified from the Mexican Participatory Surveillance System “Reporta”
Christopher Stephens, Natalia Mantilla-Beniers, Victor Mireles, Concepcion Garcia, Juan Arturo Herrera, Sergio Hernandez (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México); Rocio Rodriguez (Intelligo)
16:45 – 17:00 A Low-cost Adaptable and Personalized Remote Patient Monitoring System
Eva Lee, Yuanbo Wang (Georgia Institute of Technology); Robert Davis, Brent Egan (University of South Carolina School of Medicine and Care Coordination Institute)
17:00 – 17:15 Towards Health (Aware) Recommender Systems
Hanna Schäfer (Technical University of Munich); Santiago Hors-Fraile (University of Seville); Raghav Pavan Karumur (University of Minnesota); André Calero Valdez (RWTH Aachen
University); Alan Said (University of Skövde); Helma Torkamaan (University of Duisburg-Essen); Tom Ulmer (FHS St. Gallen); Christoph Trattner (MODUL University Vienna)
17:15 – 17:30 Big MRI Data Dissemination and Retrieval in a Multi-Cloud Hospital Storage System
Antonino Galletta, Antonio Celesti (University of Messina); Francesco Tusa (University College of London); Maria Fazio (University of Messina); Placido Bramanti
(Centro Neurolesi “Bonino Pulejo”); Massimo Villari (University of Messina)
Gala Dinner
19.00 Day 2 (July 4), Rotunda Bar and Terrace
Dinner includes the Awards ceremony

Day 3: Wednesday 5th July 2017

Keynote 3: Paul Chong
09:30 – 10:30 Day 3 (July 5), Auditorium
Speaker: Paul Chong, IBM Watson
Talk: Alder Hey – The UK’s First Cognitive Hospital
Session Chair: Floriana Grasso (University of Liverpool)
Session 9: Start-Up/SME Clinic: From Innovation to Impact
11:00 – 12:30 Day 3 (July 5), G.4.5
Session Chair: Andrew Chapman (Digital Catapult)
Description: Digital Catapult will be hosting a fast-paced interactive unconference designed to highlight and confront key challenges faced by you, innovators, in digital health domain. The session is a unique opportunity to meet digital health leaders who will share their stories, analysis, tips and lessons learned. Innovators will then be given an opportunity to work with these leaders in a outcome-oriented breakout sessions.
Discussion topics and leaders:
1. Attracting Funding Isabel Fox
2. Finding NHS Channels to Market Charlie Davie
3. Finding Private Payer and Consumer Channels to Market George MacKerron
4. Involving a Clinician Ewan Davis
5. Developing a Business Model Dominic Pride
6. Ensuring Data Security, Privacy and Trust David Bruinvels
Session 10: Health Data Mining
11:00 – 12:25 Day 3 (July 5), Auditorium
Description: Applying data mining techniques to textual and medical data sources
Session Chair: Andrew Roxburgh (University of Liverpool)
11:00 – 11:15 5 Big Digital Dilemmas for Global Health & Road Transport
Invited Speaker: Dan Campsall (Road Safety Analysis)
11:15 – 11:30 Using Machine Learning for Automatic Identification of Evidence-Based Health Information on the Web
Majed Al-Jefri, Roger Evans (University of Brighton); Pietro Ghezzi (University of Sussex); Gulden Uchyigit (University of Brighton)
11:30 – 11:45 CCS Coding of Discharge Diagnoses via Deep Neural Networks
Chadi Helwe, Shady Elbassuoni, Mirabelle Geha, Eveline Hitti, Carla Makhlouf Obermeyer (American University of Beirut)
11:45 – 12:00 Extracting Gene-Disease Relations from Text to Support Biomarker Discovery
Paul Thompson and Sophia Ananiadou (University of Manchester)
12:00 – 12:15 Data mining and time-series analysis as two complementary approaches to study body temperature in obesity
Ruben Fossion and Christopher Stephens (C3 and ICN, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM))
12:15 – 12:30 Automatic Extraction of Deep Phenotypes for Precision Medicine in Chronic Kidney Disease
Prerna Singh (Johns Hopkins University); Varun Chandola (University at Buffalo, SUNY); Chester Fox (University at Buffalo, SUNY)
Session 11: Wearables and Games for Health
14:00 – 15:30 Day 3 (July 5), Auditorium
Description: Quantifying individual health via wearable sensors and using gamification and game-centric design in digital health tools and interventions
Session Chair: Dustin DiTommaso (Mad*Pow)
14:00 – 14:15 FitBit Garden: A Mobile Game Designed to Increase Physical Activity in Children
Ashish Amresh, Annmarie Lyles (Arizona State University); Leigh Small (Virginia Commonwealth University); Kevin Gary (Arizona State University)
14:15 – 14:30 A Wearable Motion Tracking System to Reduce Direct Care Worker Injuries: An Exploratory Study
Jonathan Muckell (University at Albany); Yuchi Young (University at Albany); Mitch Leventhal (University at Albany)
14:30 – 14:45 Personal Wearable Devices to Measure Heart Rate Variability: A Framework of Cloud Platform for Public Health Research
Kelvin Tsoi (The Chinese University of Hong Kong); Janet Yh Wong (The University of Hong Kong); Michael Pf Wong, Gary Ks Leung, Baker Kk Bat, Felix Ch Chan, Yong-Hong Kuo (The Chinese University of Hong Kong); Herman Hm Lo (The Polytechnic University of Hong Kong); Helen Ml Meng (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
14:45 – 15:30 mHealth Games as Rewards: Incentive or Distraction?
Kevin Gary, Ashish Amresh, Pooja Rallabhandi, Mandar Patwardhan , Ryan Stoll, Derek Hamel, Armando Pina (Arizona State University); Zenaide Quezado (National Institutes of Health);
Kevin Cleary (Children’s National Medical Center)
15:30 – 15:45 Towards a Gamified Recommender System for the Elderly
Madita Herpich (Hochschule Augsburg); Thomas Rist (Hochschule Augsburg); Andreas Seiderer (Universität Augsburg); Elisabeth André (Universität Augsburg)
15:45 – 16:00 Analysis of Soft Data for Mass Provision of Stereoacuity Testing Through a Serious Game for Health
Gary Ushaw, Craig Sharp, Jessica Hugill, Sheima Rafiq, Carla Black, Therese Casanova, Kathleen Vancleef, Jenny Read, Graham Morgan (Newcastle University)
16:00 – 17:00 Day 3 (July 5), Auditorium
Overview: Data sharing for Emergencies
Panel Chair: Michael Edelstein (Centre on Global Health Security, Chatham House)
Panellist: Benido Impouma, Health emergencies information management (WHO Regional Office for Africa)
Asha Herten-Crabb, Research Analyst (Chatham House)
Jailson Correia, Health Secretary (Recife City Hall)
Laura Merson, Associate Director, IDDO (Oxford University)
Sophie Mathewson, Policy Advisor (Wellcome Trust)
Closing Ceremony
17:00 – 17:10 Day 3 (July 5), Auditorium

PhD Track

PhD Track Day 2nd July at Wilkins Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, UCL

The lecture theatre is located on the 2nd Floor in the Wilkins building, lift access is available.

Day 0: Sunday 2nd July 2017

09:00 – 10:00 Registration
PhD Track Chair: Yelena Mejova
Mentors: Sudha Ram, Professor, University of Arizona
Pietro Ghezzi, Chair in Experimental Medicine, Brighton & Sussex Medical School
Henry Potts, Senior Lecturer for the Institute of Health Informatics, UCL
Eric Meyer, Professor of Social Informatics, University of Oxford
Hackathon Speakers: Mark Warner, Andreas Gutmann, and Alexandros Mittos
10:00 – 10:30 Welcome & PhD for Young Jedi Knights 2 (Gustav Tuck)
10:30 – 11:00 Hackathon Mini Tutorial (Gustav Tuck)
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break (Housman)
11:30 – 12:45 Hackathon Discussion & Presentation (Housman)
12:45 – 13:45 Lunch (Housman)
13:45 – 14:00 Introduction of Mentors (Gustav Tuck)
Session 1:
14:00 – 15:30
Social Media & Visualization
14:00 – 14:15 Text Mining from Social Media for Public Health Applications
Joana Barros (Insight Centre for Data Analytics, NUI Galway, Ireland)
14:15 – 14:30 Health Misinformation in Search and Social Media
Amira Ghenai (University of Waterloo, Canada)
14:30 – 14:45 (Bio)medical Publications in the Age of Big Data: Yes, They Are Different
Allard van Altena (Netherlands AMC – University of Amsterdam)
14:45 – 15:00 GenomeViewer Beatriz Kanzki (Canada)
Session 2: Improving Healthcare
15:00 – 15:15 Preventing Frail and Elderly Hospital Admissions: Developing an Evaluation Framework for the ‘Closer to Home’ Quality Improvement Programme in NHS Forth Valley
Maria Cristina Martin (University of Strathclyde, UK)
15:15 – 15:30 Personal Health Records: Understanding the Factors that Contribute to Creating Value and Practical use by Patients and Citizens
Irina Osovskaya (University College London, UK)
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee break
Session 3:
16:00 – 17:15
Mobile & Devices
16:00 – 16:15 Learning Human Interaction using a Smart Rollator (the i-Walker
Atia Cortés (KEMLg-UPC, Spain)
16:15 – 16:30 Development of a Multi-Device Nutrition Logging Prototype Including a Smartscale
Andreas Seiderer (Universität Augsburg, Germany)
16:30 – 16:45 Symptom or Sentiment? Considerations for mHealth Interventions Designed for HIV+ Adolescents
Craig Raymond Carty (University of Oxford, UK)
16:45 – 17:00 Screening for Neonatal Jaundice with a Smartphone
Felix Outlaw (University College London, UK)
17:00 – 17:15 The Public Health Potential of the Current Health Apps for Increasing Physical Activity
Paulina Bondaronek (University College London, UK)
17:15 Closing remarks

Posters/Demos

Posters and Demos
11:00 – 12:30 Day 1 (July 3), Auditorium (Posters/Demos Preview Session)
17:30 – 18:30 Day 1 (July 3), Exhibition Space (Posters/Demos Exhibition)
Session Chair: Andreea Molnar
Snake Alert Application: A Snake Tracking & Reporting System
Owen Noel Newton Fernando, Santosh Vijaykumar, Rianne Meurzec, Tan Quang Ngo, Vajisha Udayangi Wanniarachchi, Yohan Fernandopulle and Karthikayen Jayasundar
Virtual Zika Transmission after the first US Case: Who said What and How it Spread on Twitter
Santosh Vijaykumar, Glen Nowak, Itai Himelboim and Yan Jin
A study for the evaluation (sensitivity and specificity) of iris-scanning and the feasibility/usability in the identification of minors (1-4 years).
Serge Masyn, Freya Rasschaert and Eva Santermans (Janssen Research and Development)
Retrieving reliable health information on the Internet with KconnectSearch
Célia Boyer, Cédric Frossard, Pierre Repetto-Andipatin and Allan Hanbury
  Patient flow networks and emergency department performance
Daniel Bean, Clive Stringer, Neeraj Beeknoo, James Teo and Richard Dobson (King’s College London NHS Foundation Trust)
A mixed methods exploratory study of women’s relationships with and uses of fertility tracking apps
Katie Gambier-Ross, Dr. Heather Morgan and Dr. David McLernon (University of Aberdeen)
The RADAR-CNS Platform: An Open Source Generalized mHealth Data Pipeline
Francesco Nobilia, Maximilian Kerz, Joris Borgdorff, Herculano Campos, Nivethika Mahasivam, Maxim Moinat, Denny Verbeeck, Richard Dobson and Amos Folarin
The role of colour in user judgements of the aesthetics of digital health interventions
James Day, Sarah Muir, Katherine Appleton and Ciaran Newell
Health Agenda – mOrganizer: Android mobile app for use in Medicine
João Marques and Miguel Sousa
An Investigation into the Attitudes and Views of General Practitioners on the use of Video Consultations in a Primary Healthcare Setting: A Qualitative Study.
Ratan Singh Randhawa, Joht Chandan, Tom Thomas and Surinder Singh
Enhancing Clinical Coding
Joht Chandan, Bhav Garara and Jim Gray
Automatic identification of skin regions to for mass fever screening
Thomas Kane and Pilar García Souto
A Design of an IoT-enabled Medication Dispenser for Seamless Health Monitoring
Jugeon Pak and Keehyun Park
Stroke Rehabilitation Video Games: Measuring Gameplay as Important as Measuring Movement for Medical Markers?
Lesego Peter, Gary Ushaw and Graham Morgan
Identification of keywords from social media data to predict influenza epidemics in Korea
Hyekyung Woo and Gwihyun Kim
How Twitter and Instagram can locate food deserts and predict cancer rate: Studying dietary choices and chronic diseases in food deprivation areas in London
Elzbieta Titis, Rob Procter and Stephen Jarvis (University of Warwick)
Nightingale: a Pre-commercial Procurement project to design Europe’s next generation acute care patient monitoring systems
David Brealey, John Welch and Michael Patterson
HANDY: A benchmark set for mobile context-awareness
Hasan Ogul, Berke Erdas, Koray Acici and Tunc Asuroglu (Baskent University)
Extrinsic Motivation: Towards Effective Rehabilitation Games Design
Asmuni Saraf, Graham Morgan and Gary Ushaw
Acceptability, feasibility and usability of the NeoTree in Malawi: an integrated data collection, clinical management and education eHealth solution to improve quality of newborn care and newborn survival in health facilities in resource-poor settings.
Caroline Crehan, Bejoy Nambiar, Erin Kesler, Queen Dube, Norman Lufesi and Michelle Heys
A Personalized Phamacogenomics Reporting System that can handle BigData
Alain April (ETS University) and Michael Phillips (Genomics Medicine Ireland)
Predicting Consent: Investigating Ethical Methods for Mining Social Media Data in Health Research
Chris Norval and Tristan Henderson
A Gamified Antimicrobial Stewardship (AMS) Decision Support App to Encourage Prescribing Behaviour Change in Nigeria
Carmen Lefevre, Andrew Hayward, Sade Ogunsola,  Laura Shallcross and Patty Kostkova
Predicting word learning to boost child language acquisition
Andrew Roxburgh, Floriana Grasso and Terry Payne (University of Liverpool)
MANTRA (Maternal and Newborn Technology for Resilience in rural Areas): Increasing maternal and child health resilience before, during and after disasters using mobile technology in Nepal
Sushil Baral, Maureen Fordham, Kostokova Patty, Naomi Saville, Gareth Hearn, Sudeepa Khanal, Abriti Arjyal, Smriti Maskey and Virginie Le Masson
GenomeViewer: An interactive genomic somatic mutation visualizer
Beatriz Kanzki and Alain April (ETS University)
In-Game Assessment of Learning: A Case Study of Global Handwashing Day Game
Andreea Molnar, Jose Garcia (University of Portsmouth); Patty Kostkova (University College London)
Decreasing barriers to STI and HIV testing with Advies.chat. Using clinical guidelines to develop an online tailored advice conversation.
Koenraad Vermey, Hanna Bos, Erwin Fisser and Wim Zuilhof
4D image reconstruction with AI-based lesion quantification as biomarker for acne
Alexander Navarini, Florian Anzengruber, Martin Oswald and Marc Pollefeys
Quads AR™ and Knee Tracker™- A complete solution for pre and postoperative monitoring of patients having knee surgery
Shameem Sampath, Daniel Darville, Joe O’Connor, Ken Leung, Howard Ho and Min-Liang Wang
User-Friendly: Putting “Design Thinking” Into Practice for Digital Healthcare Innovation
Hillary Eason, Jennifer Griffin and Katy Pullen (Dharma Platform)
The Use of Videoconferencing in Exercise Delivery for Older Adults: A Mixed Methods Review of Feasibility to Determine Strategies for Local Implementation
Batool Quteishat (University of Aberdeen), Paula Bisset (Sport Aberdeen), Susan Fraser (Sport Aberdeen), Jonathon Lurie (Sport Aberdeen), Jenny McCann (Sport Aberdeen) and Heather Morgan (University of Aberdeen)
Biomarkers of Age and all-cause mortality (hazard) in physical activity recorded by wearables
Peter Fedichev and Tim Pyrkov (Gero)
Secure and Smart Identification of Patients Based on Wearable and Mobile Technology
Pino Caballero-Gil, Alexandra Rivero-García, Iván Santos-González and Candelaria Hernández-Goya
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