Healthcare Technology Letters
The third issue 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 Wearable Healthcare Technology
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.
Dr Cristian Linte from Rochester Institute of Technology, USA, talks about what inspired him to become a researcher and his latest projects in image-guided visualization and navigation for minimally invasive therapy.
A word from the Editor-in-Chief: Professor Christopher James, University of Warwick, UK
Issue 3 of Healthcare Technology Letters is now out and, as part of this issue, we’ve made the paper ‘Respiratory rate detection algorithm based on RGB-D camera: theoretical background and experimental results’ 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.
The next issue is due to be published in December and we look forward to receiving your submission for possible publication in this or e-first for one of the first issues of 2015. We have also just extended the deadline to 31st October 2014 for submissions to our special issue on Wearable Healthcare Technology, so now is the time to submit your research.
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Call for papers
Special Issue: Wearable Healthcare Technology
13th October 2014
Extended to 31st October