OpenDH is a research lab at the University of Calgary focused on leveraging the potential of AI and wearable technology to teach valuable skills to students, provide new experiences and opportunities in research and healthcare, and improve the lives of patients affected by various conditions.
Our interdisciplinary team of researchers, students, and healthcare professionals across Canada collaborate to develop resources for students and innovative solutions that enhance rehabilitation protocols. By delving into the intersection between AI and healthcare and training students with sensor technology and AI tools, we aim to develop the next generation of healthcare leaders who embrace the power of technology to improve patient care.
We strive to continuously innovate and push the boundaries of artificial intelligence and wearable technology in healthcare, enabling new possibilities for patient rehabilitation.
We are committed to educating and training the next generation of healthcare professionals in the use of wearable sensors and AI tools, empowering them to make a difference in patient care.
Our focus is always on the patient. We aim to develop personalized rehabilitation protocols using wearable devices, partnering enthusiastic students with patients to ensure their journey towards recovery is supported every step of the way.