Healthcare and Public Health Sector

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Visible to the public  SCOPE 2017
Apr 21, 2017 7:00 am - 6:00 pm EDT

Second International Workshop on Science of Smart City Operations and Platforms Engineering (SCOPE)

in partnership with Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) - SCOPE 2017 with GCTC

April 21, 2017, Pittsburg, PA (Co-located with CPS Week)

Workshop URL: http://cps-vo.org/group/SCOPE-17/

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Visible to the public A Study on Situational Awareness Security and Privacy of Wearable Health Monitoring Devices

Situational Awareness provides a user centric approach to security and privacy. The human factor is often recognised as the weakest link in security, therefore situational perception and risk awareness play a leading role in the adoption and implementation of security mechanisms. In this study we assess the understanding of security and privacy of users in possession of wearable devices. The findings demonstrate privacy complacency, as the majority of users trust the application and the wearable device manufacturer.

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Visible to the public RESEARCH POSITIONS in MEDICAL CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS at PRECISE Center School of Engineering and Applied Science University of P

RESEARCH POSITIONS in MEDICAL CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS at PRECISE Center School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania

http://precise.seas.upenn.edu/

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Visible to the public Positions in medical CPS at PRECISE Center

RESEARCH POSITIONS in MEDICAL CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS at PRECISE Center School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Pennsylvania

http://precise.seas.upenn.edu/

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Visible to the public An Executable Distributed Medical Best Practice Guidance System for End-to-End Emergency Care from Rural to Regional Center

The project is to develop an Executable Medical Best Practice Guidance (EMBG) system to assist the adherence of acute patient care at a rural hospital to the best medical practice as if the patient care is at a regional hospital. The EMBG system is adaptive to the changing needs of a patient and physical resource availability, just as a GPS-enabled navigation system can driver's preference and accommodate road condition changes.