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Browsing: digital technology
Researchers have developed an application that could detect when an opioid overdose has taken place; potentially leading to a greater number of individuals receiving medical help in this situation.
Digital brain simulates patterns of atrophy associated with neurodegenerative diseases through altering the initial starting zone of toxic proteins.
Chinese tech firm Tencent and British healthcare technology company Medopad are joining forces to develop an artificial intelligence model with the ability to assess motor function in patients with Parkinson’s disease.
Following the publication of the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership ‘Digital Technology for Mental Health’ top ten research priorities, this article, from the UK, considers the challenge of creating a truly user-driven approach to realize the promise of digital mental health.