Dr. Holly Jimison on Cognitive Health Coaching: A Home-based Approach to Cognitive Monitoring and Intervention
Dr. Jimison will discuss latest research, tools and trends on Cognitive Health Coaching: A Home-based Approach to Cognitive Monitoring @ 2012 SharpBrains Virtual Summit (June 7–14th, 2012).
Holly B. Jimison, PhD is an associate professor of medical informatics and clinical epidemiology at Oregon Health & Science University, with expertise and research experience in the design and evaluation of home monitoring and interactive health management tools for a variety of consumer populations. Most recently, Dr. Jimison’s research has focused on health information tools and assistive technology for elders in the home and for chronic disease management. Dr. Jimison is a member of the Executive Council of Oregon’s Center for Aging and Technology, and is also a faculty member of the Point-of-Care Laboratory at OHSU, where she has conducted usability tests of a variety of home health technologies in a simulated home prior their deployment in the homes of research subjects. Dr. Jimison is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics, past president of the Oregon Chapter of the Health Information Management Systems Society, and an editor of a textbook on Consumer Health Informatics.
–> To learn more about her work, you can check out:
- Her presentation on Scalable Technology to Support Sustainable Health Behavior Change (opens YouTube video)
- Her Faculty Web Page
–> To Learn More about the 2012 Summit and Register: click on 2012 SharpBrains Virtual Summit: Optimizing Health through Neuroplasticity, Innovation and Data (June 7–14th).