Improving Wearable Solutions with Nudging Actions in the Chronic Care Management: The SENIOR Project

Gianluca Castelnuovo, Davide Cammisuli, Anna Guerrini Usubini, Gloria Marchesi, Virginia Bellocchio, Benedetta Vignati, Valentina Granese, Giada Pavanello, Giada Pietrabissa

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Abstract

In order to avoid that many senior citizens with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) could become chronic patients with a low level of functioning in many cognitive, behavioral and emotional domains, some technological solutions have been improved to better enhance less compromised healthy lifestyle, providing real-time clinically-based suggestions and reducing some dysfunctional behaviors. Moreover another critical problem is the overweight and obesity that can affect many people in Western but also Eastern regions. In order to cope with MCI and obesity, mhealth monitor-ing solutions (smart-watches based and wearable based) have been devel-oped. The major aim of this paper is to show the rationale behind the SENIOR Project, a Cariplo funded project that will develop and deliver wearable monitoring solutions with tailored nudging feedbacks for patients with obesity an MCI. Scientific background, rationale, aims, outcomes measured and innovations are discussed.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)800-808
Numero di pagine9
RivistaFRONTIERS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND APPLICATIONS (ONLINE)
Volume381
DOI
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2024
Evento13th International Conference on Electronics, Communications and Networks, CECNet 2023 - Macao, China
Durata: 17 nov 202320 nov 2023

Keywords

  • MCI
  • Obesity
  • chronic care management
  • clinical psychology
  • health psychology
  • mhealth
  • nudge theory
  • wearable devices

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