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  • An attributable cost model for a telecare system using advanced community alarms 

    Brownsell, S. J.; Bradley, David A.; Bragg, R.; Catling, P.; Carlier, J. (Royal Society of Medicine Press Limited, 2001-04)
    We have developed an attributable cost model for a city-based telecare scheme involving 11,618 community alarm users. The equipment was assumed to cost 500-1000 per installation, compared with 175 for the current system. ...
  • Community alarms to telecare: the need for a systems strategy for integrated telehealth provision 

    Bradley, David A.; Williams, G.; Brownsell, S. J.; Levy, S. (IOS Press, 2002)
    Telecare systems are increasingly being seen as a means of providing a cost-effective response to the increasing demands placed on healthcare provision. However, in order to meet all levels of stakeholder need, there is a ...
  • A home daily activity simulation model for the evaluation of lifestyle monitoring systems 

    Cardinaux, Fabien; Brownsell, Simon; Bradley, David; Hawley, Mark S. (Elsevier, 2013-10)
    Lifestyle monitoring (LM) technology is part of a new generation of telecare which aims to observe the daily activities of older or vulnerable individuals and determine if a medical or care intervention would be beneficial. ...
  • Linking recorded data with emotive and adaptive computing in an eHealth environment 

    Ball, Leslie D.; Bradley, David A.; Szymkowiak, Andrea; Brownsell, Simon (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2011-07-29)
    Telecare, and particularly lifestyle monitoring, currently relies on the ability to detect and respond to changes in individual behaviour using data derived from sensors around the home. This means that a significant aspect ...
  • Perspectives on telecare: the client view 

    Levy, Sharon; Jack, Nat; Bradley, David A.; Morison, Moya; Swanston, Michael (Royal Society of Medicine Press Limited, 2003-06-01)
    We explored the attitudes and responses of older people to telecare technologies. Questionnaires were given to subjects in three locations: two day hospitals in Tayside (a region of north-east Scotland); five units of ...
  • The technology prescription: linking telecare and informatics by using a need-led paradigm 

    Levy, S.; Bradley, David A.; Swanston, M. T. (Sage, 2002-06)
    This paper summarizes a current study examining the availability, appropriateness and acceptability of a technologically dependable healthcare provision to both service users and staff. An interface between the Electronic ...