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    • Caregivers as a proxy for responses of dementia clients in a GPS technology acceptance study 

      Cruz, Antonio Miguel; Juzwishin, Don; Liu, Lili (Taylor y Francis Ltd.Colombia, 2018)
      The objective of this study was to examine the extent to which caregivers can be used to provide proxy responses for dementia clients in a study on the acceptance of GPS technology. Methods: Forty-five client–caregiver ...
    • How do our students learn clinical engineering? A pilot study 

      Cruz, Antonio Miguel; Quiroga Torres, Daniel Alejandro; Presiga, Ana Maria; Flórez Luna, Nestor (Springer Verlag, 2017)
      This paper aims to measure what are the students’ perceived learning outcome achievements after finishing their clinical engineering major courses. This is a pre- post-test with no control group study design. Forty ...
    • The Impact of an Introductory Biomedical Engineering Course on Students' Perceptions of the Engineering Profession 

      Quiroga Torres, Daniel Alejandro; Florez Luna, Nestor; Rodríguez Dueñas, William Ricardo; Rios Rincon, Adriana; Cruz, Antonio Miguel (Tempus PublicationsInglaterra, 2016)
      After their first year roughly 50% of engineering students do not continue in that major. One cause could be that students have little idea as to what the profession of engineeringis about. Freshman introductory courses ...
    • Information and Communication Technologies for managing frailty: a systematic literature review 

      Quiroga Torres, Daniel Alejandro; Cruz, Antonio Miguel; Monsalve, Laura; Ladurner, Anna-Maria; Jaime, Luisa Fernanda; Wang, Daniel (International Society on Aging and DiseaseEstados Unidos, 2020)
      Frailty is a prevalent condition among Canadians; over one million are diagnosed as medically frail, and in the next ten years this number will double. Information and telecommunication technologies can provide a low-cost ...
    • Information and Communication Technologies for managing frailty: a systematic literature review 

      Quiroga Torres, Daniel Alejandro; Cruz, Antonio Miguel; Monsalve, Laur; Ladurner, Anna-Maria; Jaime, Luisa Fernanda; Wang, Daniel (Sociedad Internacional sobre el Envejecimiento y las Enfermedades., 2020)
      Frailty is a prevalent condition among Canadians; over one million are diagnosed as medically frail, and in the next ten years this number will double. Information and telecommunication technologies can provide a low-cost ...
    • Smart homes and home health monitoring technologies for older adults: A systematic review 

      Liu, Lili; Stroulia, Eleni; Nikolaidis, Ioanis; Cruz, Antonio Miguel; Rios Rincon, Adriana (Elsevier Ireland LtdBrasil, 2016)
      The aim of this paper was to conduct a systematic literature review to determine: (1) the levels of technology readiness among older adults and, (2) evidence for smart homes and home-based health-monitoring technologies ...
    • Teaching maintenance of medical devices in simulation centers: a pilot study 

      Quiroga Torres, Daniel Alejandro; Presiga, Ana Maria; Flórez Luna, Nestor; Cruz, Antonio Miguel (Springer VerlagAlemania, 2016)
      This paper aims to measure what the students’ perceived learning outcome achievements are after finishing medical devices courses I and II. This is a pre- post-test with no control group study design. Twenty-four students ...
    • Users' Attitudes Towards Personal Health Records: A Cross-Sectional Pilot Study 

      Khaneghah, Peyman Azad; Cruz, Antonio Miguel; Bentley, Pamela; Liu, Lili; Stroulia, Eleni; Ferguson-Pell, Martin (Georg Thieme VerlagBrasil, 2016)
      Background: Prevention and management of chronic conditions is a priority for many healthcare systems. Personal health records have been suggested to facilitate implementation of chronic care programs. However, patients’ ...
    • What does the literature say about using robots on children with disabilities? 

      Cruz, Antonio Miguel; Rios Rincon, Adriana María; Rodriguez Dueñas, William Ricardo; Quiroga Torres, Daniel Alejandro; Bohórquez Heredia, Andrés Felipe (Taylor and Francis Ltd.Reino Unido, 2017)
      The purpose of this study is to examine the extent and type of robots used for the rehabilitation and education of children and young people with CP and ASD and the associated outcomes.