The reports written by the 6 students groups from EAL is finished. The groups has been working on 6 clinical challenges at OUH:
Gynaecological cancer, Obesity in pregnancy, Pregnant smokers, Rehab for spinal joints, Rehab for heart patients, Hospital chat
As we are based in the UKSH’s Urology department we are in frequent contact with patients suffering from an overactive bladder. In everyday life one of their major concerns is finding a restroom or toilet. This is especially difficult when they are on business trips or on holidays in cities they don’t know.Read more
At the concluding event of media design, students presented their ideas about health and fitness. There were many different approaches, such as apps for nutrition advice, guidance for Kinesio Taping or a help app for quick emergency.Read more
The mobile application is developed for women who are smoking during the pregnancy. Our concept is to help them to pay attention to the baby´s health and motivate them in a positive, friendly way. The goal is to show the mothers that they are not alone with this problem and in the same time to inform them how smoking effects their baby development.Read more
Stop smoking app (group 2) is presented by EAL students
Stop smoking app from EAL students is presented
Rehabilitation for spinal joints - students from EAL
The GC rehabilitation app is presented by EAL
EAL students are presenting their "youth chat" and James is writing in the chat that they have 2 minutes left - hurry up!
The overall objective was to create specific new tools for clinicians and patients in the form of applications (apps) to smartphones in three areas: treatment, communication and diagnostics. The project aimed to develop 4-8 prototypes in close cooperation with users from hospitals, students and companies. The project ended in 2014.
Mobile Health – or just mHealth – is the use of smartphones and tablets in health care, diagnosing and actual treatment. It is an industry which worldwide is growing rapidly year by year.
The project aimed to identify existing national and international mHealth applications and explore the possibilities of establishing new, innovative services in a dialogue between patients and hospital. It provided patients and clinicians with better and more relevant information for treatment, self-monitoring, access to hospitals, workflows, and much more.