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|Title:||Computer Mediated Reality Technologies: A Conceptual Framework and Survey of the State of the Art in Healthcare Intervention|
|Citation:||Journal of Biomedical Informatics|
|Abstract:||The trend of an ageing and growing world population, particularly in developed countries, is expected to continue for decades to come causing an increase in demand for healthcare resources and services. Consequently, demand is growing faster than rises in funding. The UK government, in partnership with the European Commission’s Vision for 2020, propose a paradigm shift towards the delivery of more patient-centred self-care interventions, facilitated by novel ubiquitous computer mediated reality technology applications, as a key strategy to overcome the scarcity of health resources gap. If this vision is to become a reality, it is crucial that state of the art research focuses efforts on the development of applications that support the delivery of patient-centred self-care interventions.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Computer Science Research Papers|
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