Wearables are Improving Clinical Trial Research

Wearables are Improving Clinical Trial Research

The face of individual health care is changing and improving, thanks to wearables. Wearable health and fitness devices are becoming more popular by the day and with our mobile devices and wearables prompting us to keep up with good health habits, overall health is improving too. As individuals are more aware of their health, more […]

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January 12th, 2017

Preventing cardiovascular disease through a simple text message

The World Health Organization states that cardiovascular disease (CVD) has been the number one global cause of death; with an estimation of 17.5 million people dying from CVD in 20121, representing 31% of all global deaths. CVD has been and is currently the major cause of death in Australia2 accounting for over 43,600 deaths in […]

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December 23rd, 2016

SMARTHealth – A study on e-health in rural communities

Health systems in low and middle income countries continue to face considerable challenges in providing high-quality, affordable and universally accessible care – this is primarily evident in rural areas. As of 2014, approximately 876.1 million people live in rural areas within India with poor access to primary healthcare. This amounts to more than two-thirds of […]

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December 19th, 2016

mHealth integration in China

Over the past years, the number of mobile phone subscribers in China has been increasing at an exponential rate. By the end of 2015, there was approximately 202.47 million cell phones produced in China1 along with 1,033.6 million mobile users registered in China, with the number of users expected to grow to 1,086.8 by 2019. […]

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November 25th, 2016

How Healthcare Apps are helping to Improve Clinical Trials

Smartphones are changing our lives every day. Almost every industry is affected by the mobile revolution in one way or another. At George Clinical, we are in the business of clinical trials and we see how even the clinical trial industry is getting a big makeover thanks to healthcare applications that are a growing trend […]

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November 15th, 2016

Computer Games Helping Recover from Stroke

An ongoing study in Australia is showing how computer games can help patients recovering from strokes, brain injuries, amputations and other conditions. The study is the largest trial of its kind to utilize computer gaming technology in rehabilitation. The George Institute’s Professor Cathie Sherrington is leading this study that is testing a wide range of […]

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October 24th, 2016

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