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How does a (smart) age-friendly ecosystem look in a post-pandemic society?
COVID-19 has impacted not only the health of citizens, but also the various factors that makeup our society, living environments, and ecosystems. This pandemic has shown that future living willneed to be agile and flexible ...
COVID-19 and interdisciplinary research: What are the needs of researchers on aging?
(University of Deusto, 2021-11-26)
COVID-19 has had an extreme effect on older people. Now more than ever we need collaborative approaches to address complex issues within research on aging. However, the pandemic has dramatically changed the way we conduct, ...
Designing products for older people’s social and emotional needs: a case study
(Anthropology and Aging, 2023-11)
The products that we use in our living environment greatly assist us in maintaining health and independence as we age. Much research has been conducted on the physical ergonomic needs in product design for older people, ...
Health service design for older people the role of community, and the community and voluntary sector in the implementation of the living well at home piece of the integrated care programme for older people in kilkenny
(South East Technological University, Carlow., 2023-01-12)
The Integrated Care Programme for Older People (ICPOP) is part of how health and social care delivery is being envisaged in Ireland (ICPOP, 2018). The Living Well at Home piece of ICPOP, includes community and the community ...
Creating personas from design ethnography and grounded theory
(User Experience Professionals Association (UXPA), 2021-05)
Personas can be an effective means of communicating and synthesizing design ethnographic field data by helping designers maintain focus on users and make sense of complex needs. Personas have however been criticized on ...