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Table 16 End-of-study questions

From: The “Beam-Me-In Strategy” – remote haptic therapist-patient interaction with two exoskeletons for stroke therapy

  Mean* Mode* SD*
The warm up phase was sufficiently timed to familiarize with the device. 4.20 4 0.56
The opportunity to experience the initiation and reaction of movements by means of a robot and thus gaining an impression of the clinical condition of a patient is fundamentally enriching. 3.93 4 0.88
“Beam-Me-In” is an appropriate tool to gain an insight into the clinical picture of a patient. 3.47 4 0.83
“Beam-Me-In” opens up a new way of therapist-patient interaction. 4.13 4 0.74
The fact that I can put myself in the situation of the individual patient allows me to detect the individual patient’s problems. 3.07 3 1.03
I can imagine that the “Beam-Me-In” approach might promote the social interaction between the therapist and the patient during robot-assisted training. 3.13 4 1.25
“Beam-Me-In” can be a useful medium for teaching and learning during therapeutic education to give students an insight into the clinical picture of a patient. 3.67 5 1.40
“Beam-Me-In” opens up a new perspective. It can contribute to better empathize with the patient’s problems. 3.40 3 1.06
“Telerehabilitation” allows for a remote interaction between the therapist and the patient over a spatial distance. “Beam-Me-In” is suitable for this purpose because the therapist is enabled to assess and evaluate the progress without seeing the patient (Teleassessment: ROM, RPM, QOM, SYN). 3.60 4 0.91
  1. *0 = not at all; 1 = not very; 2 = mildly; 3 = moderately; 4 = very; 5 = extremely