Ageing, Technology and Home Care
- Auteur(s) : Maggie Mort, Christine Milligan, Celia Roberts, Ingunn Moser
- Editeur(s) : Presses des Mines - Transvalor
- Collection : Sciences sociales
- Nombre de pages : 124 pages
- Date de parution : 29/07/2008
- EAN13 : 9782356710048
à la librairie Eyrolles, Paris
This book focuses on home as a site of care, with new technologies and for elderly population. It pulls together findings from research in the social sciences and common knowledge of the actors themselves, especially stakeholders involved in the design, delivery and receipt of 'care in place'. It offers a wide-ranging discussion of key issues raised in both the academic and grey literature in relation to new technologies and responsibilities for health care at home. Then, it identifies critical issues arising from the development of these new care technologies in relation to their design and implementation.
It will provide an essential resource for the EU in helping to avoid expensive and inappropriate development and healthcare systems that do not meet the needs of users and citizens.
- Healthcare at home? New technologies and responsibilities across diverse european systems and cultures the state of the art
- Introduction to the state of the art
- Background and definitions
- Issues at stake
- Conclusion: policy issues and future concerns
- Telecare, dialogue and debate the participative conference
- Who benefits from the development of new care technologies?
- How are new care technologies shaping home and work?
- Material, social and affective design issues
- How new care technologies modify care interactions
- Final session of the conference
- General conclusions
- Implication for European policy
- Parution : 29/07/2008
- Edition : 1ère édition
- Nb de pages : 124 pages
- Format : 15 x 21
- Couverture : Broché
- Poids : 190 g
- Intérieur : Noir et Blanc