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Capturing knowledge from domain experts is important to effectively integrate novel technological support in existing care processes. In this paper, we present our experiences in using a specific type of workshop, which we identified as a decision-tree workshop, to determine the process and information exchange during the usage of a Personal Emergency Response System (PERS). We conducted the workshop with current and possible future users of a PERS system to investigate the potential of context-and social awareness for such a system. We discuss the workshop format as well as the results and reflection on this workshop.
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IBCN, process, care, decision, workshop, ONTOLOGY, CARE

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De Backere, Femke, Stijn Verstichel, J Van den Berghy, SA Elpramaz, Femke Ongenae, Filip De Turck, A Jacobsz, and K Coninxy. 2015. “Discovery of the Potential Role of Sensors in a Personal Emergency Response System: What Can We Learn from a Single Workshop?” In PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2015 9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PERVASIVE COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES FOR HEALTHCARE (PERVASIVEHEALTH) , 325–328.
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De Backere, F., Verstichel, S., Van den Berghy, J., Elpramaz, S., Ongenae, F., De Turck, F., Jacobsz, A., et al. (2015). Discovery of the potential role of sensors in a personal emergency response system: what can we learn from a single workshop? PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2015 9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PERVASIVE COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES FOR HEALTHCARE (PERVASIVEHEALTH) (pp. 325–328). Presented at the 9th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (PervasiveHealth 2015).
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De Backere F, Verstichel S, Van den Berghy J, Elpramaz S, Ongenae F, De Turck F, et al. Discovery of the potential role of sensors in a personal emergency response system: what can we learn from a single workshop? PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2015 9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PERVASIVE COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES FOR HEALTHCARE (PERVASIVEHEALTH) . 2015. p. 325–8.
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De Backere, Femke et al. “Discovery of the Potential Role of Sensors in a Personal Emergency Response System: What Can We Learn from a Single Workshop?” PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2015 9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PERVASIVE COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES FOR HEALTHCARE (PERVASIVEHEALTH) . 2015. 325–328. Print.
@inproceedings{6850300,
  abstract     = {Capturing knowledge from domain experts is important to effectively integrate novel technological support in existing care processes. In this paper, we present our experiences in using a specific type of workshop, which we identified as a decision-tree workshop, to determine the process and information exchange during the usage of a Personal Emergency Response System (PERS). We conducted the workshop with current and possible future users of a PERS system to investigate the potential of context-and social awareness for such a system. We discuss the workshop format as well as the results and reflection on this workshop.},
  author       = {De Backere, Femke and Verstichel, Stijn and Van den Berghy, J and Elpramaz, SA and Ongenae, Femke and De Turck, Filip and Jacobsz, A and Coninxy, K},
  booktitle    = {PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2015 9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PERVASIVE COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES FOR HEALTHCARE (PERVASIVEHEALTH) },
  isbn         = {978-1-6319-0045-7},
  issn         = {2153-1633 },
  keywords     = {IBCN,process,care,decision,workshop,ONTOLOGY,CARE},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Bogazici Univ, Istanbul, TURKEY },
  pages        = {325--328},
  title        = {Discovery of the potential role of sensors in a personal emergency response system: what can we learn from a single workshop?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.4108/icst.pervasivehealth.2015.259153},
  year         = {2015},
}

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