We propose to use a combination of smartphone-based sensors, next-generation flexible adhesive sensors, patient-reported outcome measures, focus groups, surveys, machine-learning, and data mining techniques to (i) identify and analyze factors that contribute to low prosthesis use and (ii) monitor the effect of targeted interventions to increase prosthesis use and improve overall performance with respect to activities of daily living and other real-world activities. Dr. Masha Kocherginsky is the Biostatistician on this study, and will be responsible for statistical analyses of the data. She will advise on data collection and data quality control, perform statistical analysis, interpret the results and participate in manuscript preparation.
|Effective start/end date||9/30/18 → 9/29/20|
- Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (7197 cc82196//W81XWH1820057)
- U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (7197 cc82196//W81XWH1820057)
Prostheses and Implants