In this talk I will provide an overview of the research done at the Copenhagen Center for Health Technology (CACHET). I will provide the background of this research, define what we mean by personal health technology and how this related to other types of health technology, and come with concrete examples from our different research projects. In particular, I will use my own research into the use of smartphones in the monitoring and treatment of mental health, as an example.
Jakob E. Bardram, PhD, is a professor in computer science at the Technical University of Denmark, adjunct professor in public health at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen, and the director of the Copehagen Center for Health Technology (cachet.dk). He is the co-founder of Cetrea and Monsenso, where he is serving as board member and chief scientific officer. His main research areas are user interface software technology, software architecture, and mobile & ubiquitous computing with a focus on healthcare, ranging from interactive displays for clinical logistics in hospitals to personal health technology for mental health. Read more on his home page and google scholar.Add to my calendar