Growing old healthily is an important subject in our society and the recent demographic change. Everyone benefits from the improvement in healthy ageing and therefore a better quality of life. However, it may also profit the society as whole, not least by possibly reducing costs and discharging the health system.
An important key to ageing healthily is physical activity. In the past, numerous health campaigns have already been carried out with the aim of motivating to more physical activity. Still, they have been so far lacking adequate measures of intervention which comply to this specific target group.
The aim of the project AEQUIPA is the development of interventions which promote physical activity in old age. Therefore, factors within a community which influence the mobility are being investigated and interventions developed. A special focus lies on measures which are applicable to all socio- economic groups of people within the community.
Within the framework of AEQUIPA, OFFIS is investigating the use of technology-supported interventions based on sensor-based vital parameters to maintain the mobility of older people.
AEQUIPA is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The Leibniz Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology in Bremen is responsible for coordinating the joint project. Other partners are the Universities of Oldenburg, Bremen and Heidelberg, the Jade University of Applied Sciences Oldenburg, the Jacobs University Bremen, as well as the TU Chemnitz and Dortmund.
Meyer, Jochen and Beck, Elke and von Holdt, Kai and Gansefort, Dirk and Brand, Tilman and Zeeb, Hajo and Boll, Susanne; Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Multimedia for Personal Health and Health Care; 2018
Beck, Elke and von Holdt, Kai and Meyer, Jochen; Proceedings of the 11th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies - Volume 5: HEALTHINF,; 2018
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Meyer, Jochen and von Holdt, Kai and Bragina, Inna and Voelcker-Rehage, Claudia; 2018 IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics (ICHI); 2018
Muellmann, Saskia and Bragina, Inna and Voelcker-Rehage, Claudia and Rost, Eric and Lippke, Sonia and Meyer, Jochen and Schnauber, Jochen and Wasmann, Merlin and Toborg, Merle and Koppelin, Frauke and Brand, Tilman and Zeeb, Hajo and Pischke, Claudia R.; BMC Public Health; 2017
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Bragina, I and Lippke, S and Pischke, C and Meyer, J and Muellmann, S and Rost, E and Zeeb, H and Voelcker-Rehage, C; Innovation in Aging; 2017
Meyer, Jochen and Boll, Susanne and Lippke, Sonia and Voelcker-Rehage, Claudia; smartASSIST; 2016
Jochen Meyer Jochen Schnauber Wilko Heuten; 04 / 2016
Toborg, M and Schnauber, J and Meyer, J and Boll, S and Koppelin, F; Gesundheitswesen; 2016
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