Webinar: The valid and reliable measurement of sedentary behavior

Enrol in our webinar on 27.01.2021, 06:00 p.m. (18:00 CET) and ask the expert Marco Giurgiu from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) to learn the best strategies to measure "sedentary behavior".

Topics:
  • Valid measurement of sedentary behaviour
  • Current possibilities with movisens equipment
  • Best practice example study
  • Innovations by movisens

Webinar: Research during a pandemic – now available!

The COVID19 Pandemic forces scientists to look for new ways forward – In order to help scientists to continue research in times of the pandemic movisens organized a free webinar about the corresponding topic, which was a great success! movisens was very happy to welcome so many participants on November 25th.

For all those who could not attend the webinar we uploaded the webinar presentation "Research during a pandemic".

movisens is looking forward to welcome you again at the next webinar "Best practice session with movisens: The valid and reliable measurement of sedentary behavior". Sign up now!

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Best practice session with movisens: The valid and reliable measurement of sedentary behavior

"Whoever sits longer dies younger"" and ""Sitting is the new smoking"".
These headlines come from recent behavioral and health related studies. Due to such conclusions sedentary behavior demands the attention of researchers, and the general public looks on with interest.

With the activity sensor Move 4 movisens provides a convenient way to track the activity levels of the participants, distinguish between sitting/lying and standing, determine the level of activity intensity and trigger interventions through the experience sampling app movisensXS.

In our webinar „Best practice session with movisens: The valid and reliable measurement of sedentary behavior movisens presents modern sensor solutions, and shares information from experienced researchers within the field of sedentary behavior. Enrol in our webinar to learn the best strategies to measure sedentary behavior.


Research during a pandemic

The current situation poses a great challenge for the research field.
In our next Webinar: Research during a pandemic, movisens details how you can continue your Ambulatory Assessment Study with our products even in times of crisis.
We present you a method to enable contact-free work with movisens products and highlight what special features movisens offers.

Register directly for the webinar here.

Mobile Sensing

movisensXS provides researchers easy access to the Mobile Sensing features of smartphones. The additional insights derived through Mobile Sensing add context to questionnaire data, and can help determine optimal times for interventions. This is useful for researchers of Interactive Ambulatory Assessment. Learn more about the possibilities of Mobile Sensing and about Social Sensing and their application within Interactive Ambulatory Assessment in our recommendations and in our webinar.

Society for Behavioral Medicine

movisens once again jets off to the USA, this time for the Society for Behavioral Medicine conference in Washington DC, from the 6th til the 9th of March. Once again we're delighted to show all the delegates our innovative research solutions, and look forward to hearing more about their research goals for the coming year. Please feel free to stop by and share your goals with us, and see how we can help fulfill them.

Wearables in Practice

On the 12th of December 2018, movisens joins other exhibitors at the fifth edition of Wearables in Practice (WIP) in Amsterdam. Topics such as non-invasive methods for long-term monitoring of the autonomic nervous system or heartbeat feedback constitute part of this symposium.

We await interesting lectures by Hans Bussmann and Mark Hoogendoorn and would welcome any participants who would like to visit our stand and learn more about new measuring methods.

Digital Media and Developing Minds Conference

We're delighted to attend the "Digital Media And Developing Minds" conference on the 15th.-18th. October in Long Island, New York, USA. We'll debut our research solutions, with a strong focus on the mobile sensing capabilities of our experience sampling app movisensXS. Our platform offers researchers excellent data collection capabilities to capture on screen behaviour through tracking the use of multiple devices concurrently to get a complete view of participant mobile usage.

We invite delegates to take advantage of our experience and talk with us about our other Behavioural monitoring solutions. Including physiological activity monitoring that provides a complete overview of daily activity over extended durations. Our interactive solutions allow the development of intervention studies, with our activity sensors capable of assessing activity levels, sedentary behaviour time, and even such elements as outdoor exposure and using these parameters to trigger interventions within the app. Combining this with an understanding of the regular mobile phone app use and behaviour promises to offer a detailed insight in this nascent field.
We're looking forward to meeting you all for the first time!

Symposium of the Professions of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy

From the 10th to the 12th of May 2018, movisens heads to the Symposium of the professions of "Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy" to take part as an exhibitor. The University Koblenz-Laundau brings together the conference at the Landau campus, presented with the title "Psychotherapy - Multifaceted and Neverending".*

Participants can look forward to exciting keynotes from prominent speakers, including by Prof. Dr. Jutta Joormann from Yale University. In the intervals between interesting discussions, lectures, and presentations, we'd be delighted if you drop by our stand to have a chat with us about your research, and discover how movisens technology might provide an ideal solution for your work.
* - "Psychotherapie - Vielschichtig und Lebensspanne(nd)"