Virtual Nurses 2016


Notes:

  • Relational agent
  • Virtual nursing

Resources:

  • sense.ly .. intelligent virtual nurse provides clinically targeted support and active engagement

Wikipedia:

References:

See also:

100 Best Virtual Nurse Videos100 Best Virtual Patient Videos | Virtual Patients 2016


Mobile Virtual Training Platform Improves Productivity and Delivery of Nursing Education
P Balan, SZBM Rian, LM Er, B Ng Geng Meng – singaporehealthcaremanagement …
… JurongHealth Virtual Nurse is a mobile application. Nurses can assess the application via their personal mobile devices, this allows nurses to have access … Virtual Nurse is designed to facilitate learning through practice; nurses are taught through simulation of clinical …

Virtual Health Agents for Behavior Change: Research Perspectives and Directions
P Brinkman – Proceedings of the Workshop on Graphical and …, 2016 – macs.hw.ac.uk
… Virtual patients, virtual nurses and virtual health coaches are all existing applications that show the potential benefits this technology can bring … For example, the Virtual Nurse which educates hospital patients about their condition and provides them post- discharge information. …

VIH-TAVIE Relational Model of TM
G ROULEAU, L RICHARD, C José – Nursing Informatics 2016, 2016 – lirias.kuleuven.be
… Here we present VIH-TAVIETM relational model of engagement–its core components informed by interview data with patients and a virtual nurse: building a virtual presence founded on caring relational principles and values; creating a caring environment where patients feel …

Virtual nursing avatars: Nurse roles and evolving concepts of care
MB Abbott, P Shaw – OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in …, 2016 – nursingworld.org
… Researchers continue to develop computer applications for virtual nurse avatars. As computers and smartphones take on tasks once in the domain of humans, the roles of nurses will evolve. … 6-7). Concerns Regarding Virtual Nurse Avatars. …

VIH-TAVIE.
G Rouleau, L Richard, J Côté – Studies in health technology and …, 2016 – europepmc.org
… Here we present VIH-TAVIETM relational model of engagement – its core components informed by interview data with patients and a virtual nurse: building a virtual presence founded on caring relational principles and values; creating a caring environment where …

Mercy Virtual Nursing: An Innovative Care Delivery Model
L Klingensmith, L Knodel – Nurse Leader, 2016 – Elsevier
… the care path. The synergy between the virtual nurse and the onsite nurse complements the interpersonal relationship between the patient and the care team, which promotes therapeutic health outcomes. The interpersonal …

Design Thinking Health: Telepresence for Remote Teams with Mobile Augmented Reality
LA Shluzas, G Aldaz, L Leifer – Design Thinking Research, 2016 – Springer
… Virtual nurse. 1 Introduction. … 1.2 Automating Knowledge-Based Procedures. For patient-virtual agent interaction, the animated virtual nurse (VN) is an automated system that teaches patients their post-discharge self-care regimen directly from their hospital beds (Bickmore et al. …

Clinical Presentation of Tinnitus and a Review of, and Evidence Base for, Tinnitus Applications
K Wise, E Ma – Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 2016 – researchgate.net
… 4. Virtual nurse IV Miscellaneous; non-therapeutic 1. Foreign language access options for tinnitus … Displays results in graph form and allows users to set notification reminders to log their tinnitus throughout the day. Virtual nurse Best Android Symptom Check …

Training Together: How Another Human Trainee’s Presence Affects Behavior during Virtual Human-Based Team Training
A Robb, A Kleinsmith, A Cordar, C White… – Frontiers in …, 2016 – journal.frontiersin.org
… human nurses and human surgical technicians working together; human nurses working with virtual surgical technicians; and virtual nurses working with … In contrast, we found that when working with a virtual nurse, surgical technicians were more likely to contribute to speaking …

Interactive teachable cognitive agents: Smart building blocks for multiagent systems
B Subagdja, AH Tan – IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Page 1. 1724 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SYSTEMS, MAN, AND CYBERNETICS: SYSTEMS, VOL. 46, NO. 12, DECEMBER 2016 Interactive Teachable Cognitive Agents: Smart Building Blocks for Multiagent Systems Budhitama …

A semi-automated evaluation metric for dialogue model coherence
S Gandhe, D Traum – Situated Dialog in Speech-Based Human-Computer …, 2016 – Springer
… fields; some have been used in simulations for training negotiation skills [13] or tactical questioning skills [12]; some virtual humans are used in settings where a face-to-face conversation can have a stronger impact in presenting some information (eg, a Virtual Nurse used for …

Related Publications
O Healthcare, DNUSS Model, VBH VBH – World Scientific
… Cardea also connects users to RingMD’s secure telecommunications platform to speak to certified medical doctors instantly by video. Cardea was a virtual nurse, designed to answer health questions and proposed remedies for certain diseases. …

Participatory Design of a Pediatric Virtual Patient Creation Tool
LC Dukes, N Meehan… – … Informatics (ICHI), 2016 …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Nurses in Education). SIDNIE al- lows nursing students to interact with virtual patients while receiving guidance and feedback from a virtual nurse educator. SIDNIE’s first scenario was effective for learning [4, 13]. To address …

Usability Evaluation of a Pediatric Virtual Patient Creation Tool
LC Dukes, N Meehan… – … Informatics (ICHI), 2016 …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Nurses in Ed- ucation). SIDNIE allows nursing students to interact with virtual patients while receiving guidance and feedback from a virtual nurse educator. SIDNIE’s first scenario was effective for learning [6, 18]. To address the …

Staff can help stop modern slavery
E Well, F First, P Dignity, W it Out, CB Training – Emergency Nurse – journals.rcni.com
… https://rcni.com/electrocardiogram- interpretation A virtual nurse named Cora could save lives by preventing heart attacks, research suggests. The interactive avatar features on a new smartphone app for patients who have had heart attacks. …

Development of Web-Based Platform for Privacy Protective Avatar Mediated Distance-Care
E Nakayama – Pervasive Computing Paradigms for Mental Health …, 2016 – books.google.com
… Zhou et al. created a virtual nurse agent [3]. Patients talked to the nurse agent in their hospital beds, and reported very high level satisfaction and trust in the nurse agent. The virtual human approach is promising due to the advan- tage of its autonomy. …

Use of relational agents to improve family communication in type 1 diabetes: methods
D Thompson, KW Cullen, MJ Redondo… – JMIR research …, 2016 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
… For example, relational agents have been utilized in a variety of adult populations and with a wide array of health behaviors (eg, a virtual nurse providing discharge instructions to low health literate patients [16] and patients with depressive symptoms [17]; an exercise advisor for …

Pre-studies on Using Digital Games for the Elderly’s Physical Activities
A Pyae, M Luimula, J Smed – International Conference on Well-Being in …, 2016 – Springer
… Virtual friend. – Video chat in game. – Social-networking game. Patient-therapist Relationship. – Virtual therapist. – Virtual nurse. – Virtual Coach. Goal setting. – Level design. – Perceivable and achievable goals. Rehabilitative setting and environment. – Game theme and scenery. …

Current trends in urolithiasis treatment in various European health systems
L Durner, C Bach, MEF El Howairis… – Urologia …, 2016 – karger.com
… Another good example is the optimization of the utilization of treatment slots for SWL through virtual nurse-led X-ray review clin- ics [19] . … 19 Dickens NJ, Buchholz NP, Masood J: The im- pact of a virtual nurse led X-ray review clinic in improving utilization of shockwave litho- …

Closing the Gap: Supporting Patients’ Transition to Self-Management after Hospitalization
AH Pollack, U Backonja, AD Miller, SR Mishra… – Proceedings of the …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… For example, researchers have developed relational agents to act as a virtual nurse who helps disseminate information prior to discharge [64] or as a virtual pharmacist who helps detect and resolve issues that arise post-hospitalization [50]. …

The rise of the virtual human
WA Powell, N Corbett, V Powell – Creative technologies for …, 2016 – books.google.com
… of a virtual nurse is beneficial, as it allows the patient to take as much time as they need, without feeling that they are wasting anyone’s time, something which seems to be a recurrent feature in the use of avatars within the healthcare sector (Rizzo et al., 2011). Two virtual nurses …

Health care on demand: four telehealth priorities for 2016: expanding telehealth opportunities via email, video, and other technologies can improve patient satisfaction …
ME Grube, K Kaufman, D Clarin… – Healthcare Financial …, 2016 – go.galegroup.com
… Group OB visits, which mix in-person physician visits with nurse practitioner-led group visits (often chosen by second-time and stay-at-home mothers). * Virtual OB visits, which combine obstetrician visits with virtual nurse practitioner visits (often chosen by working mothers). …

The computer will assess you now
S Armstrong – BMJ: British Medical Journal (Online), 2016 – search.proquest.com
… Press release, 11 May 2016. http://www.alderhey.nhs.uk/alder-hey-childrens-hospital-set- to-become-uks-first-cognitive-hospital/. 14 From Virtual Nurses To Drug Discovery. 90+ Artificial Intelligence Startups In Healthcare. CBInsights 31 Aug 2016. …

A clinical trial of translation of evidence based interventions to mobile tablets and illness specific internet sites
CE Smith, U Piamjariyakul, M Werkowitch… – … journal of sensor …, 2016 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

Personal Healthcare Agents for Monitoring and Predicting Stress and Hypertension from Biosignals
A Ghosh – 2016 – eprints-phd.biblio.unitn.it
Page 1. DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE ICT International Doctoral School Personal Healthcare Agents for Monitoring and Predicting Stress and Hypertension from Biosignals Arindam Ghosh Advisor Prof. Dr. Ing. …

Reinforcement of emergency department reduces acute admissions to medical department.
MA Dawood, G Ertner, J Hansen-Schwartz – Danish medical journal, 2016 – danmedj.dk
Page 1. Dan Med J 63/12 December 2016 danish mEdical JOURnal 1 abstRact IntroductIon: The medical decision capacity of emer gency departments (ED) may rest within the department it self or depend on external consultation. …

Mime: An AR-based System Helping Patients to Test their Blood at Home
T Djajadiningrat, PY Chao, SY Kim… – Proceedings of the …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… 3. Mime as a Virtual Nurse When distances are large or traffic is busy, sending out a real nurse to assist the patient is costly in terms of travel time. From a business modelling point of view, this is how the added costs of the AR technology may be offset. …

Design opportunities for supporting patient information needs during an emergency visit
SY Park, Y Chen – Proceedings of the 10th EAI International Conference …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… improving their communication with healthcare providers. For instance, Bickmore et al. designed the Virtual Nurse Agents system that guides patients through their discharge paperwork. The results show that this system effectively …

Who’s the Doctor?: Physicians’ Perception of Internet Informed Patients in India
R Chandwani, V Kulkarni – Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… 21] and healthcare delivery process [36]. Bickmore et al. [4] pilot tested the prototype of a ‘virtual nurse’ for providing clear and detailed instructions to patients while being discharged. They found that patients felt highly satisfied …

Pedagogical Agents for Learning
NL Schroeder – Emerging Tools and Applications of Virtual …, 2016 – books.google.com
… For example, in a nursing simulation a virtual patient can be dressed in civilian clothing and the virtual nurse could be dressed as they would in the local area hospitals. In a control condition, the clothing could be changed to not be relevan

Partners in care: design considerations for caregivers and patients during a hospital stay
AD Miller, SR Mishra, L Kendall, S Haldar… – Proceedings of the 19th …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… Also, as a way to improve the hospital discharge process for patients, Bickmore et al. demonstrated the use of Virtual Nurse Agents that guide patients through their discharge paperwork and confirm that the patient understands important concepts [3]. …

Embodied Virtual Agents and Electronic Bracelet to support independent Travel by People with Cognitive Disabilities
P Ribeiro, A Michel, C Ressel, S Koenen, S Schmitz – hfes-europe.org
… Berlin Heidelberg: Springer. Bickmore, TW, Pfeifer, LM, & Jack, BW (2009). Taking the time to care: Empowering low health literacy hospital patients with virtual nurse agents. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems (pp. 1265-1274). …

The domestication of online activism
M Klang, N Madison – First Monday, 2016 – journals.uic.edu
… The result is that bodies displayed for the male gaze are more likely to be permitted than depicting one’s own body for non-sexual reasons. In 2008–2009 lactation activism directly challenged these norms staging a “virtual” nurse-in on Facebook. …

The digital patient: transforming primary care
S Castle-Clarke, C Imison – London: Nuffield Trust, 2016 – informatics.manchester.ac.uk
Page 1. The digital patient: transforming primary care? November 2016 Research report Sophie Castle-Clarke and Candace Imison Page 2. Research report ii The digital patient: transforming primary care? About this report Digital …

A virtual emotional freedom practitioner to deliver physical and emotional therapy
H Ranjbartabar – 2016 – researchonline.mq.edu.au
Page 1. AVIRTUAL EMOTIONAL FREEDOM PRACTITIONER TO DELIVER PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL THERAPY By: Hedieh Ranjbartabar Supervisor: Prof. Deborah Richards Associate Supervisor: Dr Cat Kutay A THESIS SUBMITTED TO MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY …

What Can You Do?: Studying Social-Agent Orientation and Agent Proactive Interactions with an Agent for Employees
QV Liao, M Davis, W Geyer, M Muller… – Proceedings of the 2016 …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
Page 1. What Can You Do? Studying Social-Agent Orientation and Agent Proactive Interactions with an Agent for Employees Q. Vera Liao1, 2 , Matthew Davis2 , Werner Geyer2 , Michael Muller2 , N. Sadat Shami3 1University …

Not Just a Receiver: Understanding Patient Behavior in the Hospital Environment
SR Mishra, S Haldar, AH Pollack, L Kendall… – Proceedings of the …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
Page 1. “Not Just a Receiver”: Understanding Patient Behavior in the Hospital Environment Sonali R. Mishra1, Shefali Haldar2, Ari H. Pollack3,4, Logan Kendall2, Andrew D. Miller2, Maher Khelifi2, and Wanda Pratt1 1The Information …

A literature review of preventable hospital readmissions: Preceding the Readmissions Reduction Act
H Wan, L Zhang, S Witz, KJ Musselman… – IIE Transactions on …, 2016 – Taylor & Francis

Conception, design and evaluation of an ICT platform for independent living and remote health monitoring
S Macis – 2016 – veprints.unica.it
Page 1. Università degli Studi di Cagliari DOTTORATO DI RICERCA Ingegneria Elettronica ed Informatica Ciclo XXVIII TITOLO TESI Conception, design and evaluation of an ICT platform for independent living and remote health monitoring …

Breakthrough scenarios to Finnish elderly and home care diabetes treatment system with a new mHealth glucose measurement solution Mendor Balance & Mendor …
A Ahola – 2016 – theseus.fi
Page 1. Breakthrough scenarios to Finnish elderly and home care diabetes treatment system with a new mHealth glucose measurement solution Mendor Balance & Mendor Smart Antti Ahola Master’s Thesis Degree Programme in Information Systems Management 2016 Page 2. …

” I saw a wrong and I wanted to stand up for what I thought was right:” A narrative study on becoming a breastfeeding activist
JL Pemberton – 2016 – search.proquest.com
“I saw a wrong and I wanted to stand up for what I thought was right:” A narrative study on becoming a breastfeeding activist. Abstract. The purpose of this narrative study was two-fold: (a) to examine how breastfeeding mothers …

Unconventional leadership: What Henry Ford and Detroit taught me about reinvention and diversity
NM Schlichting – 2016 – books.google.com
Page 1. gº NANCY M. SCHL I CHT IN G CEO, Henry Ford Health System UNCONVEN TI ONA L L EA D ERSH I P W H A T HENRYF O R D (1 md D. ET RO IT TA UGH T ME A BOU T RE IN WE NTI ON (1 II d D. I WE R S IT Y …

First Impressions in Human–Agent Virtual Encounters
A Cafaro, HH Vilhjálmsson, T Bickmore – ACM Transactions on …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
Page 1. 24 First Impressions in Human–Agent Virtual Encounters ANGELO CAFARO and HANNES H ¨OGNI VILHJ ´ALMSSON, Reykjavik University TIMOTHY BICKMORE, Northeastern University In greeting encounters, first …

First Impressions in Human–Agent Virtual Encounters
A CAFARO, HHV ALMSSON, T BICKMORE – angelocafaro.info
Page 1. 24 First Impressions in Human–Agent Virtual Encounters ANGELO CAFARO and HANNES H ¨OGNI VILHJ ´ALMSSON, Reykjavik University TIMOTHY BICKMORE, Northeastern University In greeting encounters, first …