REACH Behaviour Change Techniques Workshop co-organized by Philips and Tu/e was successfully held at Eindhoven on October 29th. The workshop clarified the benefits for system performance, end-users, and care professionals from a “to market” perspective.
In REACH behavior change and personalization techniques to digitally engage older persons in physical activity and mobilization activities. Based on the theoretical and conceptual foundations laid down in Reporting Period 1, in Reporting Period 2, we translated these theoretical models into concrete techniques and detailed the behavior change regimes for the various REACH solutions (Reporting Period 3). We implemented design for behavior change in various REACH solutions for a variety of elements such as care workflows and processes, user interfaces, exercise schematics and PI²U, and prototyped and tested the outcomes.
A summative workshop hosted by Philips Design and co-organised by Philips Design and Tu/e wrapped up the work done and clarified the benefits for system performance, end-users, and care professionals from a “to market” perspective.