Social Robots are used in different contexts and, in healthcare, they are better known as Socially Assistive Robots. In the context of asthma, the use of Socially Assistive Robots has the potential to increase motivation and engagement to treatment. Other positive roles proposed for Socially Assistive Robots are to provide education, training regarding treatments, and feedback to patients. This review evaluates emerging interventions for improving treatment adherence in pediatric asthma, focusing on the possible future role of social robots in the clinical practice.

Ferrante G, V.G. (2020). Social robots and therapeutic adherence: A new challenge in pediatric asthma?. PAEDIATRIC RESPIRATORY REVIEWS, S1526-0542(20) [10.1016/j.prrv.2020.11.001].

Social robots and therapeutic adherence: A new challenge in pediatric asthma?

Ferrante G;
2020

Abstract

Social Robots are used in different contexts and, in healthcare, they are better known as Socially Assistive Robots. In the context of asthma, the use of Socially Assistive Robots has the potential to increase motivation and engagement to treatment. Other positive roles proposed for Socially Assistive Robots are to provide education, training regarding treatments, and feedback to patients. This review evaluates emerging interventions for improving treatment adherence in pediatric asthma, focusing on the possible future role of social robots in the clinical practice.
Settore MED/38 - Pediatria Generale E Specialistica
Ferrante G, V.G. (2020). Social robots and therapeutic adherence: A new challenge in pediatric asthma?. PAEDIATRIC RESPIRATORY REVIEWS, S1526-0542(20) [10.1016/j.prrv.2020.11.001].
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