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Rebecca Dahms: "Technical supported music systems and music therapy for therapy of people with mild to severe cognitive disorders"
Cornelia Eicher: "Usage, acceptability and benefits of assistive health and robotic technology in specific vulnerable patient groups, such as those with ALS, stroke and lipid metabilism disorders"
Florian Feldwieser: "Identification and analysis of fall predictive parameters to record the individual risk of falling with a technical supported system of optical and acceleration sensors. Determination and analysis of risk of falling in older adults with acceleration measures accoriding to a short, medium and long term prognosis"
Kristina Franz: "Importance of involuntary weight loss in old age"
Marten Haesner: "Analysis of the interactivity in older adults with an eLearning platform considering people with mild cognitive diorders"
Deborah Jachan: "Activity and movement measurement in people in need of care through the use of innovative human-technology interactive solutions"
Jörn Kiselev: "Diagnostic and evaluation of functional parameters in physiotherapy"
Simone Kuntz: "Identification of pattern considering a general assessment for managing a nursing treatment pathways"
Antje Latendorf: "Use of digital media for non-pharmacological care of people with dementia"
Lindsey Otten: "Impact of sarcopenia on 1-year mortality il older patients with cancer“
Kathrin Raeder: "Type and frequency of chronic wounds in outpatient and inpatient care institutions in Germany"
Oskar Stamm: "Serious Gaming in Immersive Environments (VR and AR) as Rehabilitation Treatment for Elderly Users"
Anika Steinert: "Self-monitoring as an instrument to improve older persons' health behavior"
Bachelor and Master's thesis
Ms. Lisa Mesletzky (2022): "Requirements analysis of a gamified interface as exercise feedback in older adults during chronic back pain therapy"
Ms. Michele Haink (2021): "The acceptability of two exergame prototypes for elderly hypertensives* in virtual reality."
Ms. Silke Kniffert (2021): "Einfluss von soziodemographischen und sozioökonomischen Faktoren auf die bewegungstherapeutische Versorgung in der medizinischen Rehabilitation"
Ms. Pauline Birte zur Nieden (2021): "Assistance and service robots in the smart home - automation of everyday life and the technology acceptance and use of robotic systems in old age"
Ms. Audrey Menant (2020): "BewARe study - An observational study for cardiologic framework data during moderate-intensive endurance training among seniors with essential hypertension"
Ms. Corinna Traoré (2017): "Multidimensional intervention with music for people with mild to severe cognitive impairments – Evaluation of a music concept in (three) care homes for efficacy to people with dementia and the influence to caregivers"
Ms. Lina Runde (2017): "Pilot study for validating of digitized cognitive test methods: "Farbe-Wort-Interferenztest, Trail-Making-Test A and Trail-Making-Test B".
Ms. Kristin Bratz (2017): "Stress measurement of older adults - a comparison of subjective and objective feeling"
Ms. Rebecca Bleeck (2016): "Silver workers and their performance capabilities - reconditioning the physical and mental abilities of older employees."
Ms. Cornelia Eicher (2016): "Late-life depression: Effective Psychotherapies for older Adults. A review."
Mr. Matthis Sarnighausen (2016): "Technology-based fall detection - An analysis of the technology commitment of older adults in their home environment"
Mr. Andreas Schalm (2016): "Usability test of the ALFRED back trainer - Examination of the difficulties regarding the construction and usability of the training system"
Ms. Katharina Schmidt (2016): "FMOOC – what impact has a technology-supported fitness training on seniors aged 60 and older?"
Ms. Rebecca Wassermann (2016): "Critical evaluation of current therapies at subacute and chronical disorders of lumbar spine and taking into account the relevance, opportunities and perspectives of biofeedback-stabilizing physical exercises for the future."
Mr. Sebastian Wolf (2016): "Older adults and Google Glass: a usability study"
Ms. Diana Roßbach (2015): "Benefits and potentials of digital applications for the preservation of cognitive abilities within older age – comparing a training platform and playful applications"
Ms. Agata Wiesniewski (2015): "A diabetes assistant implemented in a mobile phone: How do motivational features influence the seniors' user behavior regarding a health app?"
Mr. Frederick Laube (2014): "Application of sensors to examine the driving performance of seniors"
Ms. Romana Pawlak (2014): "Analysis of the care situation for geriatric patients in Germany considering existing funding concepts"
Mr. Timo Sigwarth (2014): "Evaluation and examination of the driving performance of seniors with mobile sensors"
Ms. Aileen Tetley (2014): "User behavior of older persons regarding a health app and its influence on the general health perception"
Ms. Tatjana Edelmann (2013): "Causal analysis of avoidance behavior of older car drivers within road traffic" (Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Institute for Psychology)
Ms. Anika Steinert (2012): "Analysis of factors influencing the use of internet communication by older persons" (Westsächsische University Zwickau, faculty health and nursing sciences, degree program Health Sciences)