Understanding the scalability of personalised monitoring within indoor spaces

Graham Coulby, Alan Godfrey*

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Abstract

Health and wellness/well-being are multifaceted topics further complicated when trying to understand the environmental impact. Typically, there has been a one size fits all approach when trying to understand the 3-way interaction, but that is a limited approach. Equally, measurement (of each) has often used a limited set of outcomes during short periods to provide insight. A more robust understanding of health and well-being within environments may require longitudinal/continuous assessment that holistically targets individuals. Therefore, there is a growing requirement for careful data management, individual-first methodologies, scalable research designs and new analytical approaches, e.g., artificial intelligence. That presents many challenges but interesting research opportunities for the field of digital medicine.
Original languageEnglish
Article number102
Number of pages2
Journalnpj Digital Medicine
Volume6
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 31 May 2023

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