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The Role of Design Thinking in the Application of PPI within the ProACT Project
DINSMORE, JOHN; GALVIN, MARY; BRADY, ANNE MARIE; HANNIGAN, CAOIMHE; MURPHY, EMMA; SMITH, SUZANNE; DOYLE, JULIE; BOWMAN, SARAH; McCarron, Mary; Bowman, Sarah
At present in Europe, there are over 50 million people living with multimorbidity (PwMs). Nonetheless, research pertaining to the experience of a PwM has been scant, in particular how health researchers and policy makers can promote self-management, offsetting the EU?s annual ?700 billion cost of chronic disease management. ProACT (Integrated Technology Systems for ProACTive Patient Centred Care) aims to develop and evaluate an ecosystem to integrate a wide variety of new and existing technologies to improve and advance home-based integrated care for older adults with multimorbidity. While PPI has recently been encouraged, and supported within academic research, there has been little guidance regarding how to implement it. This poster will illustrate how PPI was achieved within ProACT by borrowing existing methodologies, successfully implemented, in the disciplines of Design and Human Computer Interaction (HCI).
Keyword(s): Digital Health; Digital integrated care; Chronic disease; Multimorbidity; eHealth; Patient and public involvement in research; Ageing; Intelligent Content & Communications; AGEING; Action Research, Practice Based Research,Ageing Research; Chronic Health; Digital Integrated Care; Patient and Public Involvement in Research; multimorbidity; Chronic Health Condition; Health
Publication Date:
2018
Type: Other
Peer-Reviewed: No
Language(s): English
Institution: Trinity College Dublin
Citation(s): Galvin, M., Doyle, J., Murphy, E., Hannigan, C., Brady, A.M., McCarron, M., Bowman, S., Smith, S. & Dinsmore, J., The Role of Design Thinking in the Application of PPI within the ProACT Project, [Poster], 4th Annual SPHeRE Conference, 2018
Alternative Title(s): 4th Annual SPHeRE Conference
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