The Quantified Outpatient Project

The Quantified Outpatient Project is a collaborative research initiative that aims to contribute new insights and new technology designs for the quantification of outpatients.

The project began as a proof-of-concept PhD project, supervised by Sandra Woolley and Tim Collins, investigating technology approaches for 24-hr patient monitoring.

A poster summarising the results received The EFMI Best Poster Presentation Award at the Informatics for Health Conference at Manchester in April 2017:

The Quantified Outpatient-Challenges and Opportunities in 24hr Patient Monitoring
D. Infante Sanchez, S. I. Woolley, T. Collins, P. Pemberton, T. Veenith, D. Hume, K. Laver and C. Small, 2017.
Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics, 24(1), 2017, pp. 163-4.

A second poster summarising recent advances is presented at the Informatics for Health 2018 conference:

Wearable Patient and Health Worker Monitoring: Opportunities for Improved Outcomes and Open Source Sensing
S. I. Woolley, T. Collins, D. Infante Sanchez, P. Pemberton, T. Veenith, D. Hume, K. Laver, C. Small, and L. Lapão, 2018.
Conference: Medical Informatics Europe 2018.

Sense247 and PatientSense:

Sense247 is a new open-source design focused on modular implementation and generic application. The design will be made available during 2018. PatientSense is a PhD prototype that evolves CircadianSense into a more generic health-sensing wearable platform.

System overview for day-time and night-time data logging.
Prototype Sense247 Data Logger (Feather M0 Adalogger, 3.7V Li-Poly Battery + MMA8452Q Accelerometer)

CircadianSense:

The original wearable and ambient monitoring design, “CircadianSense” comprised the 24-hr sensing system shown below. Data from the system was fused with responses from sleep and activity questionnaires.

CircadianSense system overview for day-time and night-time data logging.

Contact us: info@quantifiedoutpatient.com