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Friday, October 24, 2014, Boston, MA
|Time in Video|
|4:30||Welcome & Overview||Alan Jette, PT, PhD &
Ross Zafonte, DO
|18:30-56:15||mHealth Advances in Activity Monitoring||Mary Rodgers, PT, PhD|
|56:25-1:44:12||Activity Recognition in Daily Life: Methodology Advances and Relevant Metrics for Disease Evaluation||Kamiar Aminian, PhD|
|1:44:21-2:21:40||Discussion||Jonathan Bean, MD, MPH, MS & Roger Fielding, PhD|
|Assessing Impairments and Quality of Movement|
|2:56:45-3:34:37||Measuring Impairments and Quality of Movement: The Importance of Context, Confidence and Engagement for Stroke Neurorehabilitation||Carolee Winstein, PT, PhD|
|3:34:45-4:19:10||Quantifying the Quality of Movement||Peter Veltink, PhD|
|4:19:15-4:42:45||Discussion||Paolo Bonato, PhD &
Holly Jimison, PhD
|Closing the Loop: Analyzing data for research & clinical practice|
|5:34:55-6:13:35||Current Research- Future Practice: Illustrations of Mobile and Web-based Technologies for Stroke Rehabilitation||Jane Burridge, PhD|
|6:13:44-6:52:25||The Role of Sensing and Computational Modeling in Rehabilitation||Misha Pavel, PhD|
|6:52:30-7:12:44||Discussion||Nancy Latham, PT, PhD &
Terry Ellis, PT, PhD
|Funding Opportunities for mHealth|