Stephanie Champion is a Research Associate with Flinders University and an Associate member of the Caring Futures Institute. Her research focus is on finding digital solutions to improve health and wellness in home settings. Her recent projects include exploring the use of devices to monitor physical activity, predict CVD risk, and investigating technological approaches to deliver personalised care, support healthy ageing amongst older Australians. Stephanie’s current role is with the Country Heart Attack Prevention Project investigating opportunities to use consumer grade activity trackers to help support rural and remote cardiac rehabilitation patients achieve healthy activity levels.
21st Successes and Failures in Telehealth Conference (SFT-21) and the 13th Annual Meeting of the Australian Telehealth Society will be held virtually from 3 - 5 November 2021.
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