Healthcare Technology Letters
Volume 2 issue 1 of Healthcare Technology Letters is now available to view.
Healthcare technology is a rapidly advancing, interdisciplinary field and this new e-first journal has been designed to meet the needs of researchers working in this context. Healthcare Technology Letters focuses on the most recent advances within a wide scope of disciplines, encompassing biomedical engineering, and computer and information science for healthcare.Read more...
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CALL FOR PAPERS: Special issue on Healthcare Technology in Falls
Video from Editor-in-chief
Professor Christopher James introduces Healthcare Technology Letters and talks about its mission, audience and themes. Click here to watch the video.
Editor-in-Chief on HTL's first year
It is hard to believe that a year has gone by since the launch of HTL and we already have five issues published! The response to HTL since we launched has been phenomenal – the number of submissions we receive has been on the increase from the start and we are thankful to our reviewers that have been able to turn around their reports so quickly whilst maintaining a high quality of review and feedback. In these issues we have papers that range from new algorithmic techniques for extracting information in various physiological data-sources, to novel sensing and hardware platforms, applied to a wide range of disease and healthcare conditions... Read more
The paper ‘Respiratory rate detection algorithm based on RGB-D camera: theoretical background and experimental results’ is free to view for a limited time to show you how you can include a video or animation to more visually demonstrate your work and create even more impact.
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Call for papers
Special Issue: Healthcare Technology in Falls: risk assessment, prediction and detection
10th March 2015
Extended to 26th March 2015