Video Tools To Support Patient Empowerment In Orthopaedic Revalidation

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Abstract

This paper reports an exploratory study into tools for post-operation revalidation from joint replacement. In the project, two design teams
developed and evaluated two early concepts for revalidation support collaboratively with a physiotherapist and two patients. The concepts
were 1) a patient-led, unscripted video tool and 2) a game-like scripted video tool serving patientphysiotherapist communication. Other key
stakeholders are the orthopaedic surgeon who, along with the design researcher and others, are the driving participants in a longer-term research
collaboration. The design case studies revealed their potential for patient empowerment in that the patients became motivated by the connection with
their daily lives, and in that the tools supported their conversation with their physiotherapist. However, challenges remained in the application
of the results in the current distribution of stakeholder roles. The paper discusses the challenges and offers up initial directions for shifts in roles.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPIN-C Participatory Innovation Conference
EditorsTomas Bakström, Jacob Buur, Peter E. Johansson
PublisherParticipatory Innovation Conference
Pages124-129
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Event5th PIN-C Participatory Innovation Conference 2018 - Mälardalen University, Eskilstuna, Sweden
Duration: 18 Jan 201820 Jan 2018
http://www.ipr.mdh.se/projects/503-PIN_C__Participatory_Innovation_Conference__2018

Conference

Conference5th PIN-C Participatory Innovation Conference 2018
CountrySweden
CityEskilstuna
Period18/01/1820/01/18
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