• 1 December 2020
    09:00 - 10:00

Join lead author Gerardo Luis Dimaguila (University of Melbourne, Australia) in discussion with Katie MacLure (BCS Health & Care Scotland) for our next live BCS (CITP) BMJ HCI Journal Club hosted by Digital Health.

‘We are very individual’: anticipated effects on stroke survivors of using their person-generated health data’ 

Allowing stroke survivors to participate in the development and evaluation of health services and treatment can inform healthcare providers on decisions about stroke care, and thereby improve health outcomes. This paper, based on focus groups and interviews, presents the perspectives of stroke survivors and clinicians on the anticipated effects of stroke survivors’ use of PGHD from a poststroke simulated rehabilitation technology.

To join the meeting, simply register below and read the journal in advance: ‘We are very individual’: anticipated effects on stroke survivors of using their person-generated health data‘ and join the journal club discussion on the morning of 1 December.

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