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van Broekhoven, Tim (author)
Background: Soft-tissue grip is a challenge in minimally invasive surgery. Grasping instruments used in clinical practice require high pinch forces in order to generate sufficient grip for manipulating soft tissue without slipping.
In nature, several animals employ adhesion in order to grip on, not only hard, but also soft substrates....
master thesis 2017
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Ringard, E.C. (author)
This thesis investigates the challenge of increasing patient exercise adherence in a self-managed telephysiotherapy setting concerning opportunities of persuasive design interventions. It shows how active patient engagement can be increased by combining offline and online solutions that mutually support each other in guiding the patient and...
master thesis 2015
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Vlieland, J.A. (author)
This thesis describes the design process and end results of my graduation internship at Medicine Men, a startup which develops medical applications for wearable devices. My design goal was to design the ?mma watchapp interface in such a way that it improves the therapy adherence of chronic patients. This project will focus on the unintentional...
master thesis 2014
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Chan, F.P. (author)
Yearly 5.6% of all hospitalization in the Netherlands are caused by improper use of medication. 46% of these hospitalizations (19,000) could be avoided, which could save 85 million euro each year. One of the forms of improper use is medication non-adherence, which means taking the medication not as prescribed (prescribed dosage and moment of the...
master thesis 2012
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Dinh, N.T.L. (author)
In this Master thesis the design process of the Totem Pole is presented. The assignment of this graduation project is to design a product as a therapy intervention that could be used in one of the addiction care programs at Mistral treatment clinic of Brijder. The product has to be based on a tangible interaction driven by a game element....
master thesis 2011
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