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Participatory framework for co-designing ICT support for self-care

Transverse Evaluation of Social Selectivity for ICT-based tools for self-care (TESS)

ABSTRACTS AND PRESENTATIONS

Oral communication to be done at the Gerontological Society of America's 69th Annual Scientific. Meeting, Symposium "Self-care and Technology in Older People with Long-term Conditions': New Challenges for ICT", New Orleans, LA, 17th November 2016. Motel-Klingebiel, A., Poli, A., & Abramsson, M. (2016). Selectivity in developing, testing and implementing ICT solutions for self-care – a critical approach from a social structural perspective.

Oral communication at the Aging & Society Conference: Sixth Interdisciplinary Conference, Symposium "Self-Care and Technology in Older People with Long-Term Conditions: New Challenges for ICTs". Norrköping, (Sweden), 7th October 2016. Poli, A., Abramsson, M. & Motel-Klingebiel, A. (2016). Selectivity in developing, testing and implementing ICT solutions for self-care: a critical approach from a social structural perspective.

Oral communication at the 23rd Nordic Congress of Gerontology (NKG) "Good ageing – Better society", Symposium "Self-Care and Technology in Older People with Long-Term Conditions: New Challenges for ICTs". Tampere, (Finland), 22nd May 2016. Poli, A., Abramsson, M. & Motel-Klingebiel, A. (2016). Selectivity in developing, testing and implementing ICT solutions for self-care: a critical approach from a social structural perspective.

Transverse evaluation of evaluation of cost-effectiveness of ICT tools

 

Participatory framework for co-designing ICT support for self-care

Name: Jan Aidemark

Title: Senior Lecturer

Address: Linnaeus University, Department of Informatics, 351 95 Växjö, Sweden

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Name: Linka Askenäs

Title: Senior Lecturer

Address: Linnaeus University, Department of Informatics, 351 95 Växjö, Sweden

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Transverse Evaluation of Social Selectivity for ICT-based tools for self-care (TESS)

Name: Andreas Motel-Klingebiel

Title: Professor

Address: Linköping University, Campus Norrköping, ISV, 601 74 Norrköping, Sweden

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Transverse evaluation of evaluation of cost-effectiveness of ICT tools

Name: Jenny Alwin

Title: Senior Lectorer

Address: Linköping University, IMH, 58 183 Norrköping 

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Participatory framework for co-designing ICT support for self-care

Transverse Evaluation of Social Selectivity for ICT-based tools for self-care (TESS)

April 2017

The TESS study started in 2014 and is currently collecting data in close cooperation with all the partners in the research program. At the same time, concepts and first results are communicated in conference presentations and scientific publications.