Medicine Adherence & Augmented Reality

Toni Dedeu, George Crooks (Editor), Digital Health & Care Institute Exploratory Team

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Abstract

The purpose of this Exploratory is to scrutinise, develop and focus a project aiming to deliver multimedia information to the enquiring patient from trusted sources, using mobile phone based augmented reality technology to link this information to medicines, packaging, and pharmacy bags or support literature. This project ultimately aims to prove that such a platform would improve adherence behaviour.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 9 Apr 2014

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Keywords

  • chronic illnesses
  • medication
  • augmented reality
  • AR
  • mobile devices
  • mHealth
  • asthma care

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Dedeu, T., Crooks, G. (Ed.), & Digital Health & Care Institute Exploratory Team (2014). Medicine Adherence & Augmented Reality. Glasgow.