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Computerised rehabilitation system for sit-to-stand training in stroke survivors : engaging the users in the design process

Ho, Siu Fai and Thomson, Avril and Kerr, Andrew (2015) Computerised rehabilitation system for sit-to-stand training in stroke survivors : engaging the users in the design process. In: The Society of Research in Rehabilitation Summer 2015 Conference, 2015-06-09 - 2015-06-09, St. James Park.

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Abstract

This poster discusses computerised rehabilitation system for sit-to-stand training in stroke survivors and how to engage the users in the design process.