Outcome assessment part 2: Measurement of person-environment interaction
Athletic Therapy Today
Geospatial technology offers the potential to document environmental factors included in the ICF disablement model. Currently available GPS receivers are capable of tracking a person's movement in the environment over time. Integration of GPS and accelerometer data within a GIS program may provide a better understanding person-environment interactions following injury or illness, thereby providing a mechanism for more precise documentation of treatment outcomes. © 2008 Human Kinetics - Att.
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Herrmann, Stephen and Ragan, Brian G., "Outcome assessment part 2: Measurement of person-environment interaction" (2008). Faculty Publications. 2510.