The Eleventh International Conference on eHealth, Telemedicine, and Social Medicine

eTELEMED 2019

February 24, 2019 to February 28, 2019 - Athens, Greece

Deadlines

Submission

Nov 13, 2018

Notification

Dec 13, 2018

Registration

Dec 27, 2018

Camera ready

Jan 10, 2019

Publication

Published by IARIA XPS Press

Archived in the free access ThinkMind Digital Library

Prints available at Curran Associates, Inc.

Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended versions to a IARIA Journal

Indexing Procedure

Affiliated Journals

eTELEMED 2019 - The Eleventh International Conference on eHealth, Telemedicine, and Social Medicine

February 24, 2019 - February 28, 2019

eTELEMED 2019: Awards

The papers listed below have been selected as "Best Papers" based on the reviews of the original submission, the camera-ready version, and the presentation during the conference. For the awarded papers, a digital award will be issued in the name of the authors. The authors of these papers are also receiving invitations to submit an extended article version to one of the IARIA Journals.

Awarded Papers

Assessment of Joint Range of Motion Measured by a Stereo Camera
Yuta Ono, Oky Dicky Ardiansyah Prima, Takashi Imabuchi, Yoshitoshi Murata, Hisayoshi Ito, Yukihide Nishimura

Wearable and App-based Resilience Modelling in Employees (WearMe)
Herman de Vries, Wim Kamphuis, Hilbrand Oldenhuis, Cees van der Schans, Robbert Sanderman

Establishing Baseline in the Status of E-health Research in Norway
Andrius Budrionis, Karianne Lind, Inger Marie Holm, Omid Saadatfard, Rune Pedersen

Machine Learning Methods for Detection of Epileptic Seizures with Long-Term Wearable Devices
Salima Houta, Pinar Bisgin, Pascal Dulich

mHealth Solution for Remote Intrapartum Monitoring: A Feasibility Study
Sujitkumar Hiwale, Navaneetha Krishnan, Jeevan Ram Addepalli, Shrutin Ulman

 

The following papers have been selected on the basis of their contents, specificaly for lending themselves to an interesting extended work. The authors of these papers are receiving invitations to submit an extended article version to one of the IARIA Journals.

Papers Invited for IARIA Journals

Quantitative Analysis of Facial-Expression Training Application for Medical Doctors
Akemi Oe, Yoshitoshi Murata

A System for Collecting Motion Data on Patients’ Activities of Daily Living
Rintaro Takahashi, Yoshitoshi Murata, Oky Dicky Ardiansyah Prima

Taking the Difference Between Leisure Time and Workdays Into Account to Improve Virtual Coaching
Talko Dijkhuis, Johan Blok, Hugo Velthuijsen, Koen Lemmink

Virtual Coach: Towards Personalized Mental Support
Katharina van Noppen-Kleist, Wico Mulder, Talko B. Dijkhuis, Marion R. Dam

The Patient Summary Case: Challenges in Archetypes Terminology Binding Using SNOMED-CT Compositional Grammar
Luis Marco Ruiz, Rune Pedersen

Taking Adaptable Co-design Action: Flexible Learning Between Health Experts, End-Users and Technology Experts in the Early Stage of eHealth Design
Jan Aidemark, Linda Askenäs

A Personalised Lifestyle Management Framework for Decision Support System in Mental Health
Sakirulai Olufemi Isiaq, Katie Hamling

Predicting If Older Adults Perform Cognitive Tasks Using Body Joint Movements From RGB-D Videos
Jenna Ryan, Sarah Inzerillo, Jordan Helmick, Ali Boolani, Natasha Kholgade Banerjee, Sean Banerjee

First Experiences Implementing Predictive Analytics Tools in a Clinical Routine Setting
Oliver Klar, Raluca Dees, Rasim Atakan Poyraz, Gerd Schneider, Oliver Heinze

Evaluation of Machine Learning Algorithms to Detect Irregular Health States in Wearable Sensor Generated Data
Reto Wettstein, Christian Fegeler

Towards a Unified Framework for Distributing Health Awareness Message Using Social Media Platforms
Elaf Alsisi, Ahmed Al-Ashaab, Hongmei He

Investigations on the Impact of Anthropomorphism and Gamification on Breast Cancer Survivors’ Expressed Preferences in a Physical Activity Promotion Intervention
João Pedro Monteiro, Carolina Teixeira Lopes, Nuno Correia Duarte, André Torres Magalhães, Hélder Pinto de Oliveira