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Staff Acceptance of Remote Patient Monitoring in Intensive Care Medicine

The SARPI-study is focused on the evaluation of user acceptance of a remote patient monitoring system in the context of its implementation in a PACU (Post-Anesthesia Care Unit). For this purpose, a mixed-methods study design is used with a user-centered research approach, in which qualitative user interviews as well as quantitative surveys are applied.

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The introduction of remote monitoring technologies significantly changes the job profile of intensive care unit (ICU) staff. Therefore, research on the implementation of this technology in the daily work of ICU cannot only provide meaningful results regarding the specific technology, but also show how technological advances can influence medical fields of activity in general.

Innovations and perspectives

The SARPI study is intended to help ensure that the potential of new digital infrastructures can be optimally utilized in the future, and to create the conditions for sustainable technology transfer (facilitation of the development and implementation of novel technologies in the perioperative environment).

Project duration

2020-01 to 2023-12

Selected publications

  • Poncette, Akira-Sebastian, Lina Mosch, Claudia Spies, Malte Schmieding, Fridtjof Schiefenhövel, Henning Krampe, and Felix Balzer. “Improvements in Patient Monitoring in the Intensive Care Unit: Survey Study.” Journal of Medical Internet Research 22, no. 6 (2020): e19091.
  • Poncette, Akira-Sebastian, Claudia Spies, Lina Mosch, Monique Schieler, Steffen Weber-Carstens, Henning Krampe, and Felix Balzer. “Clinical Requirements of Future Patient Monitoring in the Intensive Care Unit: Qualitative Study.” JMIR Medical Informatics 7, no. 2 (April 30, 2019): e13064.
  • Poncette AS, Mosch LK, Stablo L, Spies C, Schieler M, Weber-Carstens S, et. al. "A Remote Patient-Monitoring System for Intensive Care Medicine: Mixed Methods Human-Centered Design and Usability Evaluation". JMIR Human Factors. 11. März 2022;9(1):e30655.
  • Mosch LK, Poncette AS, Spies C, Weber-Carstens S, Schieler M, Krampe H, et. al.
    "Creation of an Evidence-Based Implementation Framework for Digital Health Technology in the Intensive Care Unit: Qualitative Study". JMIR Formative Research. 8. April 2022;6(4):e22866.


PD Dr. med. Akira-Sebastian Poncette

Section Medical Data and Systems (IMI)