The development and clinical testing of remotely monitored MIRA Exergames to improve function and prevent falls

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Authors:  Emma K Stanmore, Senior Lecturer1, Wytske Meekes1, Research Assistant, Vicky Bell1, Research Associate, Kelly Hagan2, Physiotherapist, Debra Maloney2, Operations Manager, Angela Easdon2, Senior Physiotherapist, Jay Chillala3, Consultant in Elderly Health, Bibhas Roy3, Orthopaedic Consultant, Chris Todd1, Professor of Primary Care and Community Health.   Affiliation: ¹School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work and MAHSC […]

Gamification and The Psychological Theory of Increasing Motivation for Physiotherapy

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What is Gamification? Gamification is defined as “the application of elements of game-design and principles of game in a non-game environment to improve user experience and user engagement, loyalty and fun “or “a process of consolidation of elements of a specific experience of the game in order to support the value created for the user.” […]