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Trends in Dementia Research and Technology-Based Care

Material form the event "Trends in Dementia Research and Technology-Based Care" held October 11, 2017.

Programme and list of participants

Programme including list of participants

Presentations

Welfare Tech

Trends in Technology-Based Dementia Care
Donna Henderson, Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare

Acknowledged Research, Practical Principles and Technology Go Hand in Hand
Dr. Karin Lind-Mörnesten, Swedish Care International

Track A: Educational Training of Health Professionals 
Elisabeth Agerbæk, Lillebaelt Academy - University of Applied Sciences 
Rikke Gregersen, VIA University College

Track B: Involving Relatives and Volunteers in Technology-Based Care
Eva Stawicki, Demensven Match
Donna Henderson, Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare

Track C: Dementia Friendly Neighborhoods
Aster Schepel, Magurittens Venner (Dementia Interest Organisation)
Brian Skov Nielsen, City Council of Odense
Paul Erik Weidemann, OK Foundation

Developing Technology-Based Dementia Care in connection to governmental strategies
Rikke Gregersen, VIA University College

Track D: Educating Care Staff in Care Centres
Kim Koldby, University College Lillebaelt and ATLAS

Track E: Living with Dementia at home
Laila Øksnebjerg, Danish Dementia Research Centre and University of Copenhagen
Donna Henderson, Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare

Track F: A Dementia Friendly Hospital
Janeke Espensen, OUH Odense University Hospital and Svendborg Hospital
Peder Jest, OUH Odense University Hospital

Implementing Technology-Based Dementia Care
Shabs Rajasekharan, Smarter Futures EEIG, EIP-AHA and CORAL

Støttes af

Welfare Tech er medfinansieret af Uddannelses- og Forskningsministeriet og Den Europæiske Fond for Regionaludvikling.

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