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Chronic health challenges are a global health concern. Mobile health apps, emphasizing user engagement and functionality, simplify management of these conditions. They foster self-care, provide tools for tracking health metrics, and build supportive communities. For those navigating health issues, these apps can be pivotal in promoting improved well-being.
Simulation-based rehab (SBR) offers a secure option for treatment. Using virtual simulations, SBR helps practice coping skills in lifelike scenarios. It's personalized, aiding mental health and rehab, with examples from veterans with PTSD. This technique could reshape how we treat patients as technology advances.
Computerized simulations enhance healthcare education by providing a safe and controlled learning environment. They improve clinical skills, decision-making, and foster comfort in learners. We speak with an expert to discuss healthcare innovation in occupational therapy on the Start-Up Sit Down podcast.
We discuss ways OT Educators can promote experiential learning and digital health technology in the classroom to build clinic-ready skills upon graduation.
In the latest episode of Neurofit Fast Facts we dove into a recent Neurofit report that examined the progress consistent users across the entire NF database, ages 5 to 90, made in just 4 weeks of using NF for 1-2 sessions a week, for at least 5 minutes.
In episode three of Neurofit Fast Facts the Neurofit Team tied together the results of the previously covered case study with a Systematic Review by an Italian Research Team.
In episodes one and two, the Neurofit Team highlighted the performance of a patient that has used Neurofit as a part of their recovery process. This patient was an adolescent student with deficits in memory and executive functioning following a Motor Vehicle Accident.
In episode one, we highlighted the performance of a patient that has used Neurofit as a part of their recovery process. This patient was an adolescent student with deficits in memory and executive functioning (EF) following a Motor Vehicle Accident.