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eBook Digital Welfare for the Third Age: Health and social care informatics for older people ePub

by Brian D. Loader,Michael Hardey,Leigh Keeble

  • ISBN: 0415454085
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Brian D. Loader,Michael Hardey,Leigh Keeble
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (February 11, 2009)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1406 kb
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Such technologies also shape how services for older people are organised in ways that potentially place carers and older people at the centre of service provision.

First Published 2009. Such technologies also shape how services for older people are organised in ways that potentially place carers and older people at the centre of service provision. Telecare can make homes ‘smart’ so that they are more comfortable and less risky for people who can take advantage of devices that help make them independent members of their community. Digital Welfare is part of the broader project in Britain and elsewhere to adopt new information and communications technologies (ICTs) to organise and deliver health and social welfare services.

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This book gives an introduction to the subject and experiences from different fields in the area. First, based on the British experience, it offers an overview of both the historical and the political trends in the use of IT in the care of elderly people. Information sharing between the individual actors in the health sectors is discussed with a critical look at the professional and authoritarian domains that influence the implementation of information technology.

Michael Hardey is Reader in Sociology at the Hull/York Medical School and the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Hull. We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption. Request an e-inspection copy.

Young Citizens in the Digital Age: Political Engagement, Young People and New Media, London: Routledge. Manning, N, Penfold-Mount, . Loader, . Vromen, A. and Xenos, M. ‘Politicians, Celebrities and Social Media: A case of informalization?’, Journal of Youth Studies, published online 25 July 2016. Mercea, . Iannelli, L. and Loader, . ISBN 0415454085 (hardcover)/ 0415454093 (paper). Favourites: ADD. Decoding Liberation: The Promise of Free and Open Source Software, by Samir Chopra and Scott D. Dexter. New York, NY: Routledge, 2007.

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Health and social care informatics for older people. This book is about the ways digital technology can contribute to the welfare of older people. Books related to Digital Welfare for the Third Age. The Internet, mobile phones and other technologies have changed how we live and work. Skip this list.

ISBN 0415454085 (hardcover)/ 0415454093 (paper).

This book is about the ways digital technology can contribute to the welfare of older people. The Internet, mobile phones and other technologies have changed how we live and work. Such technologies also shape how services for older people are organised in ways that potentially place carers and older people at the centre of service provision. Telecare can make homes ‘smart’ so that they are more comfortable and less risky for people who can take advantage of devices that help make them independent members of their community.

Digital Welfare is part of the broader project in Britain and elsewhere to adopt new information and communications technologies (ICTs) to organise and deliver health and social welfare services. This includes mundane technologies like an alarm to call for help to complex telecare ‘smart homes’ and electronic patient records. The intended and unintended consequences of such new technologies must be explored if we are to benefit from these innovations. Based on recent research this book seeks to highlight and examine the new opportunities and dilemmas that confront older people and all those concerned with their welfare in the network society.

This edited collection provides original contributions from leading academics and researchers in the field to access the evidence for improved professional integration and user-centred health and social care services for older people arising from health informatics. Digital Welfare for the Third Age will be of interest to all those working with older people.