Parents make short videos of their baby, who has a lack of motor development. A paediatric physiotherapist then uses these videos to establish a treatment plan. We are developing a prototype application that will make it possible to store and send these videos in a secure way.
The researchers involved in the Godivapp Applied in Pediatric Primary care project (GoAPP) are developing, studying and ensuring the launch of an e-health application that can be used to exchange video material. Amongst other things, this will enable paediatric physiotherapists to use video material to establish a treatment plan for a baby with a lack of motor development.
The following five aspects underlying the innovation and launch of e-health have been brought together in GoAPP:
- Users of the application – parents, for example;
- Individuals from the healthcare sector;
- Technological aspects;
- Human aspects of technology;
- Commercial aspects.
All of the above have been organised around the following three work packages:
- Improvement of the video portal;
- The launch of the improved video portal;
- Commercial feasibility, via design research, literature review, research on the launch of the app and business-case research;
- The continued development of the network of paediatric physiotherapists into a Community of Practice in which recent experiences are exchanged.