A multi-modal sensor dataset for continuous stress detection of nurses in a hospital

Seyedmajid Hosseini, Satya Katragadda, Ravi Teja Bhupatiraju, Ziad Ashkar, Christoph Borst, Kenneth Cochran & Raju Gottumukkala
Advances in wearable technologies provide the opportunity to monitor many physiological variables continuously. Stress detection has gained increased attention in recent years, especially because early stress detection can help individuals better manage health to minimize the negative impacts of long-term stress exposure. This paper provides a unique stress detection dataset created in a natural working environment in a hospital. This dataset is a collection of biometric data of nurses during the COVID-19 outbreak. Studying stress...
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