Emerging Technologies in Health

9 Items

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4) Emerging Technologies in Health

In Sports Sciences

  1. Objectives:

    • To enhance athletic performance through data-driven insights and training optimizations. 
    • To develop technology-based injury prevention and rehabilitation programs. 
    • To utilize emerging technologies for talent identification and performance prediction in athletes. 
    • To improve the understanding of sports biomechanics and physiology using advanced analytics.
    • To explore the potential ethical concerns and fairness issues associated with emerging technologies in sports. 
    • To assess the risks of data privacy breaches and security in sports technology applications. 
  2. Focus:

    • Implementing machine learning algorithms for analyzing athletes' performance data. 
    • Developing predictive models for injury risks based on athletes' physical data and training loads. 
    • Integrating wearable technology and advanced analytics to monitor athletes' health and fitness levels. 
    • Examining the ethical dilemmas of technology in sports, such as biases in talent identification.
    • Investigating the impact of technology on coaching decisions and athlete autonomy. 
    • Evaluating the security vulnerabilities of technology systems used in sports data analysis. 
  3. Scope:

    • Empirical research on the efficacy of technology-driven training programs in improving sports performance. 
    • Studies on the accuracy and effectiveness of technology in predicting and preventing sports injuries.
    • Research on the ethical implications of using technology for talent scouting and performance enhancement. 
    • Cross-disciplinary studies combining sports science with technology, data analytics, and biomechanics.
    • Studies on the mental health implications for athletes in technology-intensive training environments. 
    • Research on fairness and bias in technology algorithms used for scouting and evaluating athletes.
    • Analysis of the impact of technology on traditional coaching roles and athlete-coach dynamics. 
    • Investigations into the data privacy concerns surrounding the use of technology and gadgets in sports. 

In Psychology

  1. Objectives:

    • To understand the psychological impact of technology and digital device overuse.
    • To assess the implications of technology-driven social media on mental health.
    • To explore how technology in mental health services affects patient privacy and trust.
    • To investigate the consequences of technology-induced biases in psychological assessments and treatments.
    • To enhance the accuracy and efficiency of mental health diagnoses using advanced technology.
    • To develop technology-powered tools for personalized mental health treatment and therapy.
    • To utilize technology in understanding and simulating human cognitive processes.
    • To investigate the effectiveness of technology-assisted interventions in various psychological conditions.

  2. Focus:

    • Examining the relationship between technology interaction and social skill development, particularly in children and adolescents.
    • Analyzing the links between technology, social media use, and mental health disorders like anxiety and depression.
    • Evaluating the ethical considerations in using technology for mental health monitoring and interventions.
    • Investigating how algorithmic biases in technology systems impact mental health care and treatment outcomes.
    • Implementing machine learning for early detection of mental health issues.
    • Developing and testing technology-driven chatbots and virtual therapists for psychological support.
    • Analyzing large-scale data to uncover patterns and insights in psychological disorders.
    • Integrating technology in cognitive-behavioral therapies and other psychological treatment modalities.
  3. Scope:

    • Longitudinal studies on the effects of technology and AI on social and emotional development.
    • Cross-sectional and epidemiological studies correlating technology usage with mental health outcomes.
    • Qualitative and quantitative analyses of patient attitudes towards technology in mental healthcare.
    • Research on the representation and inclusivity of diverse populations in technology-driven psychological tools.
    • Clinical trials testing the efficacy of technology tools in diagnosing and treating mental illnesses.
    • Studies on the user experience and acceptance of technology-based psychological support systems.
    • Research on the ethical implications and privacy concerns of using technology in mental health care.
    • Cross-disciplinary studies combining technology with neuroscience, psychology, and psychiatry.

In Public Health

  1. Objectives:

    • To assess how technology advancements impact healthcare access and equity.
    • To evaluate the accuracy and reliability of technology in medical diagnostics and the consequences of overreliance.
    • To understand the socioeconomic impact of technology automation on healthcare employment.
    • To identify and mitigate cybersecurity threats in healthcare technology systems.
    • To improve public health surveillance and disease tracking through advanced technology.
    • To optimize healthcare resource allocation and management using technology algorithms.
    • To enhance the accuracy of epidemiological modeling and disease prediction.
    • To leverage technology for personalized public health interventions and education.
  2. Focus:

    • Investigating the disparities in healthcare outcomes related to technology access.
    • Analyzing the accuracy of technology diagnostic tools across diverse patient populations.
    • Examining the economic and psychological impacts of technology-related job displacements in healthcare.
    • Exploring the ethical dilemmas posed by technology in public health decision-making.
    • Utilizing technology for real-time monitoring and analysis of public health data.
    • Developing predictive models for disease outbreaks and public health emergencies.
    • Implementing technology-driven strategies for efficient healthcare delivery and vaccination campaigns.
    • Analyzing social determinants of health through technology to inform public health policies.

  3. Scope:

    • Comparative studies on healthcare quality between technology-equipped and non-equipped regions or populations.
    • Systematic reviews of technology diagnostic tools' performance in clinical settings.
    • Socioeconomic research on the broader impacts of technology integration in healthcare sectors.
    • Policy and ethical analyses on the use of technology in public health strategies and decision-making processes.
    • Empirical studies on the impact of technology applications in managing public health crises.
    • Research on technology's role in reducing health disparities and improving healthcare accessibility.
    • Evaluations of technology-driven public health campaigns and their effectiveness.
    • Policy-oriented research on integrating technology into public health strategies and frameworks.

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All Items

  • Advances in Radiological Techniques for Cancer Diagnosis: A Narrative Review of Current Technologies

    Zuhair Ali (Corresponding Author); Anas Hamdoun, Abdelmoneim Alattaya (Author)
    43-56
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61838/kman.hn.2.1.6
  • Trends and Innovations in Health Behavior Change Interventions

    Alireza Tarkhan (Corresponding Author); Ebrahim Shabani (Author)
    70-76
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61838/kman.hn.1.3.10
  • Tech-Driven Talent Identification in Sports: Advancements and Implications

    Luis Felipe Reynoso-Sanchez (Corresponding Author)
    77-82
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61838/kman.hn.1.3.11
  • Strategic Management of Technology in Psychology: Implications for Decision-Making

    Kamdin Parsakia (Author); Saeed Kazemi (Corresponding Author); Sina Saberi (Author)
    83-89
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61838/kman.hn.1.3.12
  • Gamification vs. Teaching First Aid: What Is Being Produced by Science in The Area?

    Rodrigo Vancini (Corresponding Author); Thais Russomano, Marilia S. Andrade, Claudio A. B. de Lira, Beat Knechtle, Juliana S. Herbert (Author)
    71-82
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61838/kman.hn.1.2.10
  • The Role and Application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Leveraging Big Data in the Healthcare Domain

    Hamed Jabbari (Author); Nooshin Bigdeli (Corresponding Author)
    83-86
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61838/kman.hn.1.2.11
  • The Need for More Attention to The Validity and Reliability of AI-Generated Exercise Programs

    Seyed Milad Saadati (Corresponding Author)
    77-81
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61838/hn.1.1.12
  • The Impact of Doing Assignments with Chatbots on The Students’ Working Memory

    Mehdi Rostami (Author); Parichehr Mehdi Abadi (Corresponding Author)
    64-70
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61838/hn.1.1.10
  • The Effect of Chatbots and AI on The Self-Efficacy, Self-Esteem, Problem-Solving and Critical Thinking of Students

    Kamdin Parsakia (Corresponding Author)
    71-76
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61838/hn.1.1.14