The team presented three abstracts at the World Congress of Prosthetics and Orthotics, in Kobe, Japan:
- Abstract 3.3.8.d: Maggie Donovan-Hall. Scoping and Exploratory Work to Underpin the Research and Design Parameters to Develop a ‘Fit-for-Purpose’ Body-Powered Upper Limb Prosthesis (p328)
- Abstract 3.3.8.e: Dafne Zuleima Morgado Ramirez et al. Real Life Use of Upper Limb Prosthetics in Lower and Middle Income Countries (p329)
- Abstract 3.3.8.f: Dafne Zuleima Morgado Ramirez et al. Digital Tools for a Connected Community of Upper Limb Prosthesis Users in Lower and Middle Income Countries (p330)
Link to the Abstract Book is as follows:
This abstract was presented at the 2019 Trent International Prosthetics Symposium and describes the early results of the user involvement work led by Maggie Donovan-Hall to help the design team come up with appropriate solutions
This paper, published in the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine’s magazine, describes the background to the project and some of the early scoping work.
This paper describes the early work by the project team to understand the current state of prosthetic services and their impact on people living with limb absence. It was presented at the Global Report on Assistive Technology (GReAT) Consultation, World Health Organisation, Geneva, 22-23 August 2019