In this post, I'll be exploring the higher education white paper that was released in May 2016, in which I'll be critiquing the paper using other sources as evidence, whilst including personal examples and opinions of the paper.
he post, is a review and critique of an academic journal article, including a personal summary of the article, followed by my critiques and opinions of the article.
This post reviews a webinar on disruptive Internet of Things technologies, in which exploring my viewing takeaways, including critiques and opinions. Can a truly 'smart world' be created with Internet of Things technologies?
This is part of a two-post series, in which this post explores the potential evolution of medical wearable technologies that the Internet of Things (IoT) can facilitate, whilst proposing an autonomous Type 1 Diabetes Management System.
This is part of a two-post series, in which exploring the Internet of Things (IoT) and medical wearable technology; this post, explores the IoT and the functional impact to medical wearable technologies.
This video post explores my perception of ethics and morality, in which discussing what iv'e learnt in class with other cases.
Exoskeletons are a realty within patient rehabilitation programs, in which providing patients a faster recovery and ability to be mobile again. This post explores the current exoskeletons in use, whilst investigating if the NHS can implement exoskeleton rehabilitation pathways.
Type 1 Diabetes is an autoimmune disease that has affected my brother since a young child. This more personal post explores The Omnipod insulin pump, a wearable technology that helps to manage Type 1 Diabetes and provide insulin.
Type 1 Diabetes is an autoimmune disease that has affected my brother since he was a young child. This more personal post explores The Freestyle Libre system, a wearable technology that helps to manage Type 1 Diabetes.
Poor posture is something that many suffer with, causing back and neck pain from prolonged time behind the computer, or behind the wheel, potentially escalating to Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs). Is wearable technology the answer to better posture? Thus improving our productivity and wellbeing. This post analyses a new wearable technology concept that proposes to do just that.