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ePatient and eNurses Tools Based on Tactile Interfaces Applications for Nursing Home Residents and Nurse Team Support

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Fabien Mas
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Amélie Rémondière
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Pierre-Alexandre Cocherau
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Emilie Rouleau
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Pascal Dartoux
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Laurent Billonnet
Christelle Aupetit-Berthelemot
Jean-Michel Dumas
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Résumé

This article shows what usage can be made of touch screens to monitor elderly activities and health parameters. The system is based upon a classical 10-inch tablet on which a portal allows to access several activities for communications, cerebral activities through games, electronic mailbox, and multimedia applications. Statistical results can be used by the medical team to follow the mental and medical state of the resident, and to adapt the daily activities. The graphic interface and the game types are derived using a semiotic approach taking into account the biography of the person through the memory of gesture.
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hal-00924558 , version 1 (06-01-2014)

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Fabien Mas, Amélie Rémondière, Pierre-Alexandre Cocherau, Emilie Rouleau, Pascal Dartoux, et al.. ePatient and eNurses Tools Based on Tactile Interfaces Applications for Nursing Home Residents and Nurse Team Support. International Conference on eHealth, Telemedicine, and Social Medicine, Feb 2013, Nice, France. ⟨hal-00924558⟩

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