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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