Wearables Science and Engineering

Wearable devices have greatly increased in popularity over recent years. These device can measure not only how you are exercising but also how your body is responding to exercise. This data can be used from a spectrum of purposed from an individual’s general interest to a coach measuring responses to training protocols to a practitioner’s tool for diagnosis and treatment.  Research in this stream examines these devices for their capacity to collect accurate data, motivate individuals, tailor interventions to individual needs, using innovative ways to analyse and present the data to researchers and participants alike.

  • Intervention Research and Technology

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First Nations land acknowledegement

The UBC Point Grey campus is situated on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm.

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