Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Fitness Care Reform

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    programmed to move through the busy halls of a health center. RESNA was started in August 1979 at an assembly of the Inter-business enterprise convention on Rehabilitation Engineering when individuals Douglas Hobson, Colin McLaurin, James Reswick, Anthony Staros, and Joseph Traub offered a decision to form the "Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North the us." Jim Reswick became elected as first president and Jan Little as secretary. "Seed cash" of $1,000 become furnished via a gift from Robert Graebe

  • Hci Assistive Technology Devices for Specially-Abled

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    HCI Assistive Technology devices for Specially-abled Abstract—The Human-computer interaction (HCI) is the study of how people design, implement, and use interactive computer systems and how computers affect individuals, organizations, and society. This encompasses not only ease of use but also new interaction techniques for supporting user tasks, providing better access to information, and creating more powerful forms of communication. It involves input and output devices and the assistive

  • Smart Home Technology

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    Smart technologies for older people a systematic literature review of smart technologies that promote health and wellbeing of older people living at home May 2012 Authors Meg Morris, PhD Chair Physiotherapy, The University of Melbourne Elizabeth Ozanne, PhD Associate Professor, Social Work, The University of Melbourne Kim Miller, PhD Senior Lecturer Physiotherapy, The University of Melbourne Nick Santamaria, PhD Chair Translational Nursing, The University of

  • Reflection

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    Since my hire at Cleveland State University I have attempted to enhance my teaching and supervision of clinical instruction in two ways: 1) by improving my pedagogy, and 2) by enriching my own content knowledge by attending professional conferences and continuing education courses and through the process of maintaining or obtaining professional certifications. Summary of Activities Completed to Improve Pedagogy Through formal and informal endeavors, including mentoring from my colleagues, I have