NetwellCASALA make an impact at international conference on digital inclusion and accessibility

NetwellCASALA researchers were well represented at the Joint International Conference on Digital Inclusion, Assistive Technology & Accessibility - ICCHP-AAATE 2022 in Lecco, Italy where their research contributed to several paper and policy presentations. Dr Michael Wilson presented his work on co-designing support engagement activities for daily living with people living with dementia. Suzanne Smith presented findings from the provision of technical support to participants in the 12-month ProACT trial that tested a technology to support older adults living with multimorbidity. Smith also presented findings from a workshop with international Living Lab practitioners to inform the design of a digital tool to evaluate organisational readiness for the implementation of digital interventions to improve integrated care provision. Patricia Mc Aleer presented findings on the experiences of older adults using the ProACT digital technology to self-manage multimorbidity. The NetwellCASALA team were also co-authors and contributors for additional conference sessions on the transferability of digital integrated care solutions and the policy implications of emerging digital health technologies.

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