- Innovative Consent Service Development (INA) – project goal is to create a trusted consent handling solution for healthcare institutions and medical workers. INA primary goal is to provide trusted consent solutions for CoNurse, a smart solution developed by Cognuse, that allows access to all workflows of nurses from smartphones by voice recognition and offering smart support to medical staff. Guardtime’s role in project is to provide the solution for consent immutability. Thus, enabling all parties to trust the given consent’s validity. The real time clinical guideline management solution CoNurse adopts Guardtime’s Health technology and KSI stacks to preserve data integrity for the versioning and auditing processes while ensuring informed consent management from all participating users. The partners of this project are Guardtime OÜ and Cognuse OÜ.
INA runs until December 2020.This project is funded by EU European Regional Development fund through Connected Health Cluster.
- Guideline Adherence and Management System: Cognuse CoNurse Whitepaper (October 2019)
- Feasibility Study: CONCARE
Leveraging the scalability of mobile devices to improve the outcome of all critically ill patients: a multi-faceted health platform to enable the continuum of care from ICU to home.
- Feasibility of using a novel and interactive computer program to assess emotional health after a stroke at University of Arizona Stroke Center.
This feasibility study is the first step in a larger study which is to evaluate the effects of the use of the interactive computer application Rehabilitation Platform for the Continuum of Care on post-stroke depression. No study of this kind has neither been conducted in any stroke population nor in the community in which the study will take place. The purpose of this feasibility study is to evaluate the barriers and/or ease of recruiting community stroke survivors into a study that will use an interactive application to assess cognitive function and depression and the usability of the Cognuse interactive program from the perspective of stroke survivors.
- Applicability of a Novel Executive Functions Training Program in Cognitive Rehabilitation
Researcher: Kadi Epler
MSc Thesis Project at the University of Konstanz, Germany.
Time period: 08/2011 – 03/2012
Collaborators: Universität Konstanz, Germany and Kliniken Schmieder, Gailingen, Germany.
- CognuseRehab Executive Functions Training System in Cognitive Rehabilitation – a Pilot Study
Researcher: Helen Pikkat
Pilot Project at Haapsalu Neurological Rehabilitation Centre, Estonia.
Study period: 01/2012 – 07/2012
Collaborators: Haapsalu Neurological Rehabilitation Centre, Estonia.
- Research study on evaluating the CognuseRehab system in autistic and mentally handicapped children at Faculty of Education, Kagawa University, JapanResearcher: Associate professor Sakai Satoshi and Misa Hiraoka
Study period: 03/2012 – 03/2013
Collaborators: Faculty of Education, Kagawa University, Japan; Godai Embody, Japan
- Applicability of a computer-based Executive Functions Training System in Cognitive Rehabilitation – a Pilot Study
Pilot Project at East-Tallinn Central Hospital, Rehabilitation Clinic, Estonia
Study period: 03/2012 – 03/2013
Collaborators: East-Tallinn Central Hospital, Estonia.