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Riasat Islam et al. (2018-06-13) Wearable Haptic Devices for Long-Term Gait Re-education for Neurological Conditions, In Haptic Technologies for Healthcare, EuroHaptics 2018
Riasat Islam et al. (2018-05-01) How can rhythmic haptic cueing using wearable haptic devices help gait rehabilitation for stroke survivors: a longitudinal pilot study, In 2nd Digital Health & Wellbeing Conference 2018
Professor Blaine Price et al. (2018-04-21) Feel My Pain: Design and Evaluation of Painpad, a Tangible Device for Supporting Inpatient Self-Logging of Pain, In CHI 2018: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM
Dmitri S. Katz et al. (2018-04-21) Designing for Diabetes Decision Support Systems with Fluid Contextual Reasoning, In CHI 2018: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM
Riasat Islam et al. (2018-04-21) Wearables for Long Term Gait Rehabilitation of Neurological Conditions, In A Short Workshop on Next Steps Towards Long Term Self Tracking, CHI 2018: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Riasat Islam et al. (2018-04-11) A longitudinal rehabilitation case study for hemiparetic gait using outdoor rhythmic haptic cueing via a wearable device, In 27th European Stroke Conference
Riasat Islam et al. (2018-03-19) Gait rehabilitation by outdoor rhythmic haptic cueing using wearable technology for neurological conditions: a case study, In ACPIN International Neurophysiotherapy Conference
Keith Spiller et al. (2018) Data Privacy: Users’ Thoughts on Quantified Self Personal Data, Palgrave Macmillan
Dmitri S. Katz et al. (2018) Data, Data Everywhere, and Still Too Hard to Link: Insights from User Interactions with Diabetes Apps, In CHI 2018: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Professor Blaine Price et al. (2017-06) Logging you, Logging me: A Replicable Study of Privacy and Sharing Behaviour in Groups of Visual Lifeloggers, In Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive Mobile Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies 2(1)