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 The PainChek® app, initially funded by the Dementia Australia Research Foundation in 2012 has recently received a $5 million investment by the Morrison government
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 PainChek® partners with the Melbourne Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) for Infant App PainFaces Study
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 PainChek® Signs UK Market Distribution Agreement with  Person Centred Software PainChek® has reached a key milestone in the international expansion of its PainChek® tool – the signing of binding distribution agreement with Person Centred Software.
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Earlier this year we looked at how PainChek®, the world’s first smartphone pain assessment and monitoring device, uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) and smartphone technology to give a voice to people who cannot verbalise their pain.
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A PHARMACIST embedded in a Residential Aged Care (RAC) facility In Tasmania is using artificial intelligence app PainChek to assess and improve pain in non-verbal elderly residents.
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Designed to be used by parents, family and carers - anyone that cares for young children who are unable to verbalise their pain.
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St Andrews village in Hughes has been using PainChek for nine months and says it’s significantly improved its level of care and understanding. PainChek gives non-verbal patients, a voice. People that have cognitive impairment, dysphagia, Alzheimer's, dementia. and often, these people, unfortunately, cannot verbalise or communicate very well..
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