Invited talk: New ICT technologies in the quality of life for neurocognitive disease patients
I was extended a kind invitation to give a short talk on new technologies relating to the quality of life for neurocognitive disease patients (e.g. Alzheimer's), during the 6th Panhellenic Psychiatric Convention for Primary Healthcare. My talk focused on a short introduction to the concept of Ubiquitous Computing and presented a range of case studies in the use of UbiComp systems in
- diagnosing and monitoring
- therapy and intervention
- daily activity support
The slides are attached below (Greek only) with a full list of references, which I hope might make a good starting point for anyone looking to read more into this area.