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10th EAI International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare

May 16–19, 2016 | Cancun, Mexico

Technical Sessions

 Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Keynote 1 09:20-10:30
Keynote: Disruption Ahead - Transforming Technology for Aging and Healthcare, Alex Mihailidis (University of Toronto)
[ Session Chair: Jesse Hoey ]

How to Engage Specific Patients Groups?
[ Session Chair: Naveen Bagalkot ]

Session 1 11:00-11:25

Haley MacLeod, Ben Jelen, Annu Prabhakar, Lora Oehlberg, Katie Siek and Kay Connelly. Asynchronous Remote Communities (ARC) for Researching Distributed Populations


Aisling Ann O'Kane, Yi Han and Rosa Arriaga. Varied & Bespoke Needs of Caregivers: Organizing and Communicating Diabetes Care for Children in Era of DIY


Aarti Malhotra, Jesse Hoey, Alexandra Konig and Sarel van Vuuren. A study of elderly people's emotional understanding of prompts given by Virtual Humans


Sun Young Park and Yunan Chen. Design Implications for Technology to Address Patient Information Needs during an Emergency Visit


Visual Supports  
[ Session Chair: Katherine Connelly ]

Session 2 14:30-14:55

Robin De Croon, Joris Klerkx and Erik Duval. Visualizing Personal Medication Information


Aleksandra Sarcevic, Brett Rosen, Leah Kulp, Ivan Marsic and Randall Burd. Design Challenges in Converting a Paper Checklist to Digital Format for Dynamic Medical Settings


Longqi Yang, Diana Freed, Alex Wu, Judy Wu, Jp Pollak and Deborah Estrin. Your Activities of Daily Living (YADL): An Image-based Survey Technique for Patients with Arthritis


Michael Gonzales, Joshua Henry, Aaron Calhoun and Laurel D. Riek. Visual TASK: A Collaborative Cognitive Aid for Acute Care Resuscitation


 Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Intervention and Support
[ Session Chair: Oscar Mayora ]

Session 3 09:00-09:25

Tae-Jung Yun and Rosa I. Arriaga. SMS is my BFF: Positive Impact of Texting Intervention on Low-Income Children with Asthma


Hendrik Knoche, Kasper Hald, Dorte Richter and Helle Rovsing Møller Jørgensen. Playing to (self-)rehabilitate: A month-long randomized control trial with brain lesion patients and a tablet game


Gabriela Marcu, Nadia Dowshen, Shuvadittya Saha, Ressa Reneth Sarreal and Nazanin Andalibi. TreatYoSelf: Empathy-driven behavioral intervention for marginalized youth living with HIV


Naveen Bagalkot and Tomas Sokoler. ReRide: Performing Lower Back Rehabilitation While Riding Your Motorbike in Traffic


Automatic Detection of Conditions and States
[ Session Chair: Matthew Lee ]

Session 4 11:00-11:25

Jonathan Rubin, Rui Abreu, Shane Ahern, Hoda Eldardiry and Daniel G. Bobrow. Time, Frequency & Complexity Analysis for Recognizing Panic States from Physiologic Time-series


Luz Rello, Miguel Ballesteros, Abdullah Ali, Miquel Serra, Daniela Alarcón Sánchez and Jeffrey P. Bigham. Dytective: Detecting Risk of Dyslexia with a Game


Saskia Robben, Ahmed Nait Aicha and Ben Krose. Measuring Regularity in Daily Behavior for the Purpose of Detecting Alzheimer


Darragh Whelan, Martin O'Reilly, Tomas Ward, Eamonn Delahunt and Brian Caulfield. Evaluating Performance of the Lunge Exercise with Multiple and Individual Inertial Measurement Units


Understanding People 
[ Session Chair: Nadia Berthouze ]

Session 5 14:30-14:50

Beenish Chaudhry and Nitesh Chawla. Successful Aging for Low-Income Older Adults: Towards Design Principles


Maia Jacobs, James Clawson and Elizabeth Mynatt. A Cancer Journey Framework: Guiding the Design of Holistic Health Technology


Maria Wright, Mindy Flanagan, Kislaya Kunjan, Brad Doebbeling and Tammy Toscos. Missing links: Challenges in engaging the underserved with health information and communication technology


Sensing Technologies
[ Session Chair: Miroslav Sili ]

Session 6 16:15-16:40

Christopher Merck, Christina Maher, Mark Mirtchouk, Min Zheng, Yuxiao Huang and Samantha Kleinberg. Multimodality Sensing for Eating Recognition


Irvin Hussein López-Nava and Angélica Muñoz-Meléndez. Complex human action recognition on daily living environments using wearable inertial sensors


Shehroz Khan and Jesse Hoey. dtFall – Decision Theoretic Framework to Report Unseen Falls


Thursday, May 19, 2016

Keynote 2 9:20-10:30

Keynote: A New Era of Agency in Pervasive Health, Mary Czerwinski (Microsoft Research)
[ Session Chair: Nadir Weibel ]


Fitness and Exercise
[ Session Chair: Gabriela Marcu ]

Session 7 11:00-11:25

Chia-Fang Chung and Catalina Danis. Integrating Population-based Patterns with Personal Routine to Re-engage Fitbit Use


Toshiya Watanabe, Kazuki Kamata, Sheik Arick Hasan, Susumu Shibusawa, Masaru Kamada, Tatsuhiro Yonekura and Minoru Yamada. Design of an Antagonistic Exercise Support System Using a Depth Image Sensor


Meethu Malu and Leah Findlater. Toward Accessible Health and Fitness Tracking for People with Mobility Impairments


Xin Tong, Diane Gromala, Christopher Shaw and Carman Neustaedter. Examining the Efficiency of Gamification Incentives for Encouraging Physical Activity – Social Collaborations or Interactive Mobile Games?


Human-System Interaction
[ Session Chair: Monica Tentori ]

Session 8



Mustafa Hussain, James Dewey and Nadir Weibel. Mitigating Medical Alarm Fatigue with Cognitive Heuristics


Aqueasha Martin-Hammond and Juan Gilbert. Examining the Effect of Automated Health Explanations on Older Adults’ Attitudes Toward Medication Information


Halley Profita, Asta Roseway and Mary Czerwinski. The Social Comfort of Wearable Light Therapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder


Kyle Rector, Alexander Lauder, Peyton Keeling, Arien Cherones, Frederick Matsen Iii and Julie Kientz. ShoulderCam: Evaluating the User Experience of a Depth Camera System to Measure Shoulder Range of Motion