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Publications

The following 50 or so references represent a non-exhaustive list of papers that have been published by Kevin Doughty in professional journals over the past 20 years. They are often co-authored by other researchers or in collaboration with industry figures. The copyright of these papers is owned by the respective publishers; these papers are not therefore available for free download unless hyper-linked to our own resources. Draft versions of some of the other papers may be available to researchers on request or through Researchgate.

1. “Three Generations of Telecare of the Elderly”; K. Doughty, K. Cameron & P. Garner; J. Telemedicine & Telecare, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 71-80 (1996)
2. “The Electronic Doctor (TED) – a home telecare system”; G. Williams, P. J. King, A. M. Capper & K. Doughty; Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 1996. Bridging Disciplines for Biomedicine. Proceedings of the 18th Annual International Conference of the IEEE; Vol.1, pp. 53 – 54 (1996)

3. “Continuous automated telecare assessment of the elderly”; K. Doughty & J.H. Costa; J Telemedicine & Telecare; vol. 3 no. 1, suppl 1 pp. 23-25 (1997)

4. “Healthcare in the Home -The impact of Technology on the Delivery of Services – A Baseline”; S Brownsell & K Doughty; Journal of British Association for Service to the Elderly (1997)

5. “Reducing fall incidence in community elders by telecare using predictive systems”; K. Cameron, K. Hughes & K. Doughty; Proceedings of 19th Annual International Conference of the IEEE; Vol. 3 ; pp. 1036 – 1039 vol.3 (1997)

6. “A remote electronic monitoring system for the prevention of pressure sores”; G. Williams, L. J. Spicer , & K. Doughty; Proceedings of 19th Annual International Conference of the IEEE; Vol. 3 ; pp. 1076 – 1079 vol.3 (1997)
7. “The wonder of telemedicine in improving communication between patients and doctors, and between health professionals”; K Doughty; Family Medicine Magazine, Sevenoaks, UK (1998)

8. “A systems approach to achieving CarerNet-an integrated and intelligent telecare system”; G. Williams, K. Doughty & D. A. Bradley ; IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine ; Vol. 2 , No. 1, pp. 1-9 (1998)

9. “Non-invasive Technologies for Measuring Non-medical Health Parameters in Bed-bound Patients”; K. Doughty; HC98, Scarborough, 23-25 March, (1998)

10. “The Use of Telecare Interventions to Reduce the Number of Serious Falls in Community Elders” ; K. Doughty; HC98, Scarborough, 23-25 March, (1998)

11. “Continuous assessment of the risk of falling using telecare”; Kevin Doughty & Keith Cameron; J Telemed and Telecare; vol. 4 no. suppl 1 88-90 (1998)

12. “A smart fall and activity monitor for telecare applications”; G. Williams ; K. Doughty ; K. Cameron ; D. A. Bradley; Proceedings of the 20th Annual International Conference of the IEEE; Vol. 3, pp.1151 – 1154 (1998)
13. “DIANA – a telecare system for supporting dementia sufferers in the community”; K. Doughty, G. Williams ; P. J. King ; R. Woods; Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 1998. Proceedings of the 20th Annual International Conference of the IEEE ; Vol. 4, pp. 1980 – 1983 (1998)
14. “TEMPEST – an intelligent pill reminder and delivery system for telecare applications”; K. Doughty, G. Williams & L. Holloway; Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 1998. Proceedings of the 20th Annual International Conference of the IEEE ; Vol. 3, pp.1206 – 1209 (1998)
15. “Distributed intelligent nodes as information filters in advanced telecare systems”, G. Williams, K. Doughty & D.A. Bradley; 21st Annual Conference and the 1999 Annual Fall Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society] BMES/EMBS Conference, 1999. Proceedings; Vol. 2, (1999)

16. “MIDAS – Modular Intelligent Domiciliary Alarm System-a practical application of telecare”; K. Doughty, R. Isak, P. J. King, & P. Smith; 21st Annual Conference and the 1999 Annual Fall Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society] BMES/EMBS Conference, 1999. Proceedings; Vol. 2 (1999)

17. “Primary and secondary sensing techniques for fall detection in the home”; K Doughty, K Cameron – Proceedings of Hospitals Without Walls Conference, London: City University (1999)

18. Smart sensors for application in integrated telecare systems; K Doughty & G Williams; Proceedings of Hospitals Without Walls Conference, London: City University (1999)

19. “Can a computer be a carer”; K Doughty; Proceedings of 9th Alzheimer Europe Meeting and Conference, Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre, London (1999)

20. “EXTRA sensors promote independence of older people”; K Doughty, PJ King, PC Smith, & KH Cameron; Stiftung Innovation Competition Submissions, Technology and Housing, Berlin (1999)
21. “The design of a practical and reliable fall detector for community and institutional telecare”; K Doughty, R Lewis & A McIntosh; J Telemed Telecare; vol. 6 no.2, suppl 1 150-154 (2000)

22. “FRED, EMMA and Ingrid – Watching over you”; Kevin Doughty; Old Age Psychiatrist, Millennium Issue No. 17, pp. 7-9 (2000)

23. “Safety and risk issues in using telecare”; G Williams, K Doughty & D A Bradley; J Telemed and Telecare; vol. 6, no. 5, pp. 249-262 (2000)

24. “Super-MIDAS – An Advanced TEL-e-CARE System for Sheltered Housing”; K. Doughty; Proceedings of Symposium on New Models of Housing (2000)

25. “Practical solutions for the integration of community alarms, assistive technologies and telecare”, Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, Kevin Doughty, & Gareth Williams, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp.31 – 47 (2001)

26. “Extending the scope of community alarm services”, Kevin Doughty, & Malcolm Fisk; Housing, Care and Support; Vol. 4, No. 2, pp.24 – 27 (2001)

27. “Towards a Complete Home Monitoring System”; K. Doughty & G. Williams; Proceedings of the RoSPA Conference on Safety in the Home Stratford-Upon-Avon, 12-13 November, (2001)

28. “Supporting independence: The emerging role of technology”, K. Doughty; Housing, Care and Support, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp.11 – 17 (2004)

29. “Standards and the Dependability of Electronic Assistive Technology”; G. D. Baxter, A. F. Monk, K. Doughty, M. Blythe & G. Dewsbury; Chapter in Designing a More Inclusive World; Springer; pp 247-256 (2004)

30. “Alleviating the COPD Burden with ICT”; Tony Rice & Kevin Doughty; British Journal of Healthcare Computing and Information Management; Vol. 21, No. 1 pp. 27-28 (2004)

31. “Extending the Role of Telecare & Assistive Technologies in Supporting Vulnerable Groups in the Community”; K. Doughty; Proceedings of the HEAT Conference, University of York (2004)

32. “Socially dependable design: The challenge of ageing populations for HCI”; Mark Blythe , Andrew Monk, & Kevin Doughty; Interacting with Computers; Vol. 17, No. 6, pp. 672–689 (2005)

33. “Telecare – Practice and Potential”; Kevin Doughty; BT Community and Home Care (2007)

34. “The Digital Seventh Age”; Kevin Doughty; IET Engineering Management, Control & Automation, June/July (2007)

35. “Towards an evaluation framework for telecare services”; Gareth Williams & Kevin Doughty; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 1 Issue: 1, pp.42 – 47 (2007)

36. “Review of strategies for charging service users for telecare”; Kevin Doughty; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Vol. 1 Issue: 2, pp.22 – 25 (2007)

37. “Telecare, telehealth and assistive technologies — do we know what we’re talking about?”; K. Doughty et al.; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Vol. 1 Issue: 2, pp.6 – 10 (2007)

38. “Lifestyle monitoring ‐ extending telecare services into prediction and prevention”; Kevin Doughty; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Vol. 2 Issue: 1, pp.35 – 41 (2008)

39. “Accessing properties for the delivery of telecare services in an emergency”; Kevin Doughty & Keith Cameron; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 2 Issue: 2, pp.43 – 47 (2008)

40. “Home telehospice: new tools for end‐of‐life care services”; Audrey Kinsella & Kevin Doughty; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 2 Issue: 4, pp.47 – 50 (2008)

41. “Improving the quality of telecare services ‐ the role of audit and training”; Kevin Doughty; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 3 Issue: 1, pp.24 – 28 (2009)

42. “The role of telecare in the protection of individuals from domestic violence”; Kevin Doughty & Joanna Clark; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 3 Issue: 4, pp.44 – 48 (2009)

43. “The use of telecare and community equipment to improve joint working across health and social care”; Kevin Doughty & Chris Steele; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 3 Issue: 4, pp.36 – 43 (2009)

44. “Safe walking technologies for people with mild to moderate cognitive impairments”; Kevin Doughty & Barbara Dunk; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 3 Issue: 2, pp.54 – 59 (2009)

45. “Preliminary results of a medical telecare pilot in Wrexham”; Kath Cooper & Kevin Doughty;
Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 3 Issue: 3, pp.36 – 42 (2009)

46. “The role of reminder aids and systems to support independence in people with memory problems”; Jan Costa & Kevin Doughty; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 3 Issue: 2, pp.60 – 64 (2009)

47. “Evaluation and value for money analysis of a new telecare service from a user perspective”; G ap Dafydd, Janet Roberts & Kevin Doughty; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 3 Issue: 3, pp.43 – 49 (2009)

48. “Practical issues in the selection and use of GPS tracking and location technologies to support vulnerable people at risk of becoming lost or threatened”; Gareth Williams, Peter King, & Kevin Doughty; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 5 Issue: 3, pp.146 – 151 (2011)

49. “SPAs (smart phone applications) – a new form of assistive technology”; K. Doughty; Journal of Assistive Technologies; Vol. 5, No. 2, pp.88 – 94 (2011)

50. “The evolution of assisted living provider services (ALPS) to support twenty‐first century health, social care and housing needs”; Dave Miles, & Kevin Doughty; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 5 Issue: 3, pp.140 – 145 (2011)

51. “Low cost connected healthcare systems in developing countries”; Kevin Doughty; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 6 Issue: 3, pp.216 – 220 (2012)

52. “Self‐care, plesio‐care, telecare and m‐care: a new assisted living model”; Kevin Doughty, David Godfrey, & Billy Mulvihill; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 6 Issue: 4, pp.292 – 301 (2012)

53. “Digital reablement – a personalised service to reduce admissions and readmissions to hospitals and nursing homes”; Kevin Doughty, & Patrick Mulvihill; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 7 Issue: 4, pp.228 – 234 (2013)

54. “Imagining the Future: Enabling Technology”; Kevin Doughty; Report commissioned by IRISS (Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Service), Glasgow (2013)

55. “AT and telecare to manage fire risks in the homes of older and vulnerable people”; Kevin Doughty, & Mike Orton; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 8 Issue: 1, pp.35 – 43 (2014)

56. “Wearable devices to support rehabilitation and social care”; Kevin Doughty, & Alistair Appleby; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 10 Issue: 1, pp.51 – 63 (2016)

57. “New models of assessment and prescription of smart assisted living technologies for personalised support of older and disabled people”; Kevin Doughty, & Gareth Williams; Journal of Assistive Technologies, Volume: 10 Issue: 1, pp.39 – 50 (2016)

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