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Clinical Cyberpsychology

Clinical cyberpsychology is essentially the application of the same fields examined in cyberpsychology, to the treatment of existing psychological phenomena in individuals. The main usage at the moment, is virtual reality being utilised as a therapeutic tool.

See also: Cyberpsychology

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Virtual Reality Tele-therapy

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Medical Clinical Assistants
An overview of Medical Clinical Assistant computers, from their birth in 2006 to the models coming out at the start of 2009.

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The Future of Clinical Computing: A Vision from Panasonic
An interview between Medgadget and Panasonic, on Panasonic's 2008 vision for the future of clinical computing.

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Virtual reality Transforming Physiotherapy
A researcher at Portsmouth university creates the first practical VR physiotherapy interface and begins clinical trials, opening the floodgates for other efforts.

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It may look a little ungainly, and perhaps not best for use in outside environments, but the EyeSeeCam, developed by biomedical engineers and clinical neurologists at the University of Munich Hospital, is camera designed to store and transmit the exclusive point of view of its wearer's eyes.

One of the first mobile clinical assistants to hit the market, was the Philips MCA in 2006. Created as a partnership between Philips and Intel, this relatively primitive wireless data input unit, was designed to be held in one hand, and interacted with by a stylus in the other.

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21-23 June 2009,
Verbania, Italy.

The 14th Annual International CyberTherapy and CyberPsychology Conference (CT14) brings together researchers, clinicians, policy makers and funding agencies to share and discuss advanc...

More than 900 million people worldwide are active users of the social networking site Facebook, and it is estimated that as many as one-third report using Facebook to check on the activities of former romantic partners. The effects of remai...

Clinical trials can be time-consuming, expensive and intrusive, but they are also necessary. Researchers at the University of Tennessee Space Institute in Tullahoma have developed an invention that makes clinical trials more efficient by mo...

Stryker Endoscopy is launching a wireless high definition monitor for the clinical world. Utilizing wireless technology from Israel's Amimon Inc., the monitor can receive signals up to 1080i, which means uncompromising quality in OR imagin...

IBM has teamed up with a company called Nhumi Technologies, out of Zurich, Switzerland, a developer of EMR visualization software, to create a hospital record system that can help clinicians see more relevant patient data in a more efficien...