Studies that have now finished.
Alternatives to face-to-face consultation with GPs.
Blossom: home BLOod preSSure monitOring in pregnancy using teleMetry.
The impact of a telemetric COPD monitoring service: a randomised controlled trial with nested qualitative study.
COPD light touch
‘Light Touch’ telemonitoring for people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in Lothian.
COPD respiratory rate
Monitoring respiratory rate in COPD to detect early deterioration leading to hospital admission.
Integrating patient acquired telehealthcare-generated data with the General Practice electronic health record: exploring the views of primary care staff.
Dementia digital platform
The use of a digital platform to support people living with dementia and their carers.
Satellite tracking in dementia
The use of global position satellite (GPS) tracking in wandering patients with dementia: a feasibility study.
The Help4Mood programme for people with major depression.
The impact of a telemetric monitoring service in diabetes type 2: a randomised controlled trial with nested qualitative study.
The impact of a telemetric congestive heart failure monitoring service (qualitative study).
The impact of a telemetric hypertension monitoring service: a randomised controlled trial with nested qualitative study.
Learning to care
Using machine learning to improve the efficiency of telemonitoring of long-term illness.
PErsonalised GuidAnce Services for Optimising lifestyle in teenagers through awareness, motivation and engagement.
Personal asthma action plan (PAAP)
Developing an app to enable supported self-management for people with asthma.
Physical activity in COPD
Programme to enhance physical activity in people with COPD.
An exploratory study of the acceptability and perceived value of electronic multi-compartment medication devices to inform a subsequent RCT of their effect on medication adherence.
Continuous intelligent cough detection and identification based on smartphones.
The impact of a nurse-led telemetric home blood pressure monitoring service in stroke or transient ischaemic attack (TIA).
Study to determine how well older people can understand telecare medication reminders under adverse circumstances, such as high background noise.