Our six stations each have distinct objectives for student training, patient rehabilitatation, and public engagement. Scroll down to learn more about each station.
Station 1: Personalized Home Exercise
Objectives: Test various at-home treatments utilizing wearable technology to assess patient compliance and "likability" of songs via physical movements
Station 2: Single-Joint Rehabilitation
Objectives: Develop and test single-joint rehabilitation protocols for patients to use at home via wearable sensors. A focus is placed on the ankle, knee, hip, shoulder, and wrist
Station 3: Mobility/Diagnostic Testing
Objectives: Teach students common mobility/diagnostic tests that patients are assessed with prior to treatment, and allow them to try it on themselves.
Station 4: Data Analysis with AI
Objectives: Teach students how to merge the sensor data and analyze it using AI tools such as ChatGPT to discover relationships or trends that could be further researched.
Station 5: Patient Internship
Objectives: Partner students with patients who have joined the OpenDH program and allow them to participate and view their check-ups, create patient reports with a physiotherapist, hold virtual meetings with their patient, and more.
Station 6: Public Engagement and Education
Objectives: Give students the opportunity to work on or create Special Project Initiatives that raise awareness about the usage of AI in healthcare, digital health technology, art pieces, data visualization, and more.