Stroke is the leading cause of serious, long-term disability in the United States. Every year, approximately 800,000 people experience a new or recurrent stroke. Due to advances in acute neurological care, nearly 85% survive and many live with the long-term chronic effects on motor and cognitive function. After initial recovery and rehabilitation, life for people […]
Sensing technologies hold enormous potential for detecting and tracking health changes that can dramatically affect the aging experience. Embedded health assessment can improve management of chronic or acute conditions, and thus, improve quality of life. Problems in chronic disease management are often the cause of losing independence for aging Americans.
S. Shalini, T. Levins, E.L. Robinson, K. Lane, G. Park and M. Skubic, Development and Comparison of Customized Voice-Assistant Systems for Independent Living Older Adults, accepted for the HCII conference, Orlando, FL, July, 2019.
G. Guidoboni, L. Sala, M. Enayati, R. Sacco, M. Szopos, J. Keller, M. Popescu, L. Despins, V.H. Huxley, M. Skubic.
“Cardiovascular function and ballistocardiogram: a relationship interpreted via mathematical modeling”.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. 2019 Feb 6. doi: 10.1109/TBME.2019.2897952. [Epub ahead of print]
Su B-Y, Enayati M, Ho K-C, Skubic M, Despins D, Keller J, Popescu M, Guidoboni G & Rantz M, “Monitoring the Relative Blood Pressure Using a Hydraulic Bed Sensor System,” IEEE Trans. on Biomedical Engineering, 66(3): 740-748, March, 2019. doi: 10.1109/TBME.2018.2855639.
P. Newland, A. Salter, A. Flach, L. Flick, F. Thomas, E. Gulick, M. Rantz, M. Skubic, “Associations between Self-Reported Symptoms and Gait Parameters Using In-Home Sensors in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis,” Rehabilitation Nursing Journal, pre-print available online, January 14, 2019,
Robinson, E.L., Lane, K., Skubic, M., Park, G., Shalini, S., Levins, T., Rantz, M., Koopman, R., “Creating a Tailored, In-Home, Sensor System to Facilitate Healthy Aging: The Consumer Perspective,” Innovation in Aging, Volume 2, Issue suppl_1, November 2018, pp. 912, Download PDF
Willis BW, Sherman SL, Gulbrandsen T, Miller SM, Guess TM, Siesener NJ, Guess TM, Blecha K, Huo Z, Skubic M, Gray AD. Sex Differences in Jump Landing Mechanics of Youth Athletes during Ages of Increased Risk for ACL Injury: Utilization of a Portable Motion Sensor. National Strength & Conditioning Association Annual Meeting. Poster Presentation. Indianapolis, IN. July, 2018
Anup K. Mishra, Marjorie Skubic, Brad W. Willis, Trent Guess, Aaron D. Gray, and Seth L. Sherman. 2018. A Novel Depth Image Analysis Method to Calculate the Anterior Reach of the Modified Star Excursion Balance Test. In Proceedings of the 12th EAI International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (PervasiveHealth '18). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 11-14. Download PDF
Grace Campbell and Marjorie Skubic, “New Frontiers in Functional Assessment for Cancer Survivors: Sensor-Based Assessment of Neuropathy-Related Balance and Gait Impairment,” Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 2018, 22(3), 316-325. doi: 0.1188/18.CJON.
M. Ma, R. Proffitt, M. Skubic, “Validation of Kinect V2 in a Full-Body Virtual Reality Rehabilitation Game,” PLOS ONE, August, 2018, 13(8): e0202338. Download PDF
C. Jiao, B.-Y. Su, P. Lyons, A. Zare, K.C. Ho, M. Skubic, “Multiple Instance Dictionary Learning for Beat-to-Beat Heart Rate Monitoring from Ballistocardiograms,” IEEE Trans. on Biomedical Engineering, 65(11), 2634-2648, Nov. 2018. doi: 10.1109/TBME.2018.2812602.
B.W. Willis, S. Razu, K. Baggett, A. Jahandar, A.D. Gray, M. Skubic, S.L. Sherman, K. Blecha, T.M. Guess, “Sex Differences in Frontal and Transverse Plane Hip and Knee Kinematics During the Modified Star Excursion Balance Test,” Human Movement, 18(3), 26-33.
R. Wallace, C. Abbott, C. Gibson-Horn, M. Rantz, and M. Skubic, “Metrics from In-Home Sensor Data to Assess Gait Change Due to Weighted Vest Therapy,” Smart Health, vol. 3-4, pp. 1-19, Sept., 2017.Download PDF
Gray AD, Willis BW, Skubic M, Huo Z, Razu S, Sherman S, Guess T, Jahandar A, Gulbrandsen T, Miller S, Siesner N. “Development and Validation of a Portable and Inexpensive Tool to Measure the Drop Vertical Jump using the Microsoft KinectTM V2.” Sports Health, August, 2017, DOI: 10.1177/1941738117726323.Download PDF
Mishra A, Skubic M, Willis BW, Guess TM, Razu S, Abbott C & Gray AD, “Examining Methods to Estimate Static Body Sway from the Kinect V2.0 Skeletal Data: Implications for Clinical Rehabilitation,” Proc., Intl. Conference on Pervasive Health, Barcelona, Spain, May, 2017.Download PDF
M. Ma, R. Proffitt, and M. Skubic, “Quantitative Assessment and Validation of a Stroke Rehabilitation Game,” IEEE/ACM Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems and Engineering Technologies, Philadelphia, PA, July, 2017.Download PDF»
Wallace R, Abbott C & Skubic M, “Exploring Clinical Correlations in Centroid-Based Gait Metrics from Depth Data Collected in the Home,” Proc., Intl. Conference on Pervasive Health. Barcelona, Spain, May, 2017.Download PDF
Rantz, M, Phillips, LJ, Galambos, C, Lane, K, Alexander, GL, Despins, L, Koopman, RJ, Skubic, M, Hicks, L, Miller, S, Harris, BH, Deroche, CB. Randomized trial of intelligent sensor system for early illness alerts in senior housing. Journal of American Medical Directors Association, 18(10):860-870, 2017. Download PDF
Davis L, Willis B, Gray A, Sherman S, Razu S, Jahandar A, Skubic M, Blecha K & Guess T, “Simplifying Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Screening: A Jump in the Right Direction,” American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting. Poster Presentation (National) San Antonio, TX. Feb., 2017.
Willis BW, Razu S, Jahandar A, Gray A, Skubic M, Sherman S, Blecha K & Guess T. “Gender Differences During the Modified Star Excursion Balance Test.” GCMAS, Poster Presentation. Memphis, TN, May 2016.
Keller J, Matsakis P & Skubic M, “Beyond 2001: The Linguistic Spatial Odyssey,” in Computational Intelligence: The Experts Speak, C Robinson (Ed.) Wiley, 2003, pp. 11-24.View Article »
Alexander GL, Steege LM, Pasupathy KS & Wise K, "Case studies of IT Sophistication in Nursing Homes: A Mixed Method Approach to Examine Communication Strategies about Pressure Ulcer Prevention Practices," International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 2013.Download PDF »
Rantz MJ, Alexander G, Galambos C, Flesner MK, Vogelsmeier A, Hicks L, Scott-Cawiezell J, Zwygart-Stauffacher M & Greenwald L, "The Use of Bedside Electronic Medical Record (EMR) to Improve Quality of Care in Nursing Facilities: A Qualitative Analysis," Computer, Informatics, Nursing, 2011, 29(3):149-156.Download PDF »
Rantz MJ, Hicks L, Petroski GF, Madsen RW, Alexander G, Galambos C, Conn V, Scott-Cawiezell, Zwygart-Stauffacher M & Greenwald L, "Cost, Staffing and Quality Impact of Bedside Electronic Medical Record (EMR) in Nursing Homes," Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, September 2010, 11(7):485-493.Download PDF »
Alexander GL, Madsen R & Wakefield D, "A Regional Assessment of Information Technology Sophistication in Missouri Nursing Homes," Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice, August 2010; 11(3):214-225.Download PDF »
Rantz MJ, Skubic M, Alexander G, Popescu M, Aud M, Koopman R & Miller S, "Developing a Comprehensive Electronic Health Record to Enhance Nursing Care Coordination, Use of Technology, and Research," Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 36(1):13-17, 2010.
Alexander GL and Wakefield DS (2009), "Information Technology Sophistication in Nursing Homes," Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, 10(6), 398-407.Download PDF »
Alexander GL & Staggers N, "A Systematic Review on the Designs of Clinical Technology," Advances in Nursing Science, Vol 32(3), 2009.Download PDF »
Alexander GL & Madsen R, "Information Technology and Quality Measures in Nursing Homes," Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 35(7):22-27.Download PDF »
Alexander GL and Kehr WR, "Mobile IT applications," Long Term Living, January, 2009, pp. 21-25.Download PDF »
Alexander GL, "The Nurse Patient Trajectory Framework," Proceedings, 12th World Congress on Health (Medical) Informatics, Brisbane, Australia, August 20-24, 2007, pp 910-914.Download PDF »