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Value Ageing Queen's University Belfast Value Ageing Queen's University Belfast Presentation Transcript

  • Dr Karim HadjriSchool of Planning, Architecture & Civil Engineering k.hadjri@qub.ac.uk
  • OBJECTIVE Value Ageing Incorporating European fundamental values into ICT for ageing: a vital political, ethical, technological, and industrial challenge, is a 48 month Marie Curie Industry‐Academia Partnerships and Pathways Action which aims to foster co‐operation between non‐commercial and commercial entities on a joint research project about the incorporation of Fundamental Values of the EU in ICT for Ageing.Queen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012
  • BENEFICIARIES Value Ageing BENEFICIARIES Beneficiary Acronym Country CENTRE FOR SCIENCE, SOCIETY AND CITIZENSHIP CSSC IT AUSTRIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES – INSTITUTE OeAW‐ITA AT FOR TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT FATRONIK FATRONIK ES FREE UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS VUB BE FRONTIDA ZOIS Ltd FRONTIDA GR INNOVA S.P.A. INNOVA IT NETWELL CENTRE NETWELL IE QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY BELFAST QUB UK VEGAN SOLUTIONS SRL VEGAN ITQueen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012
  • WORK PROGRESS Value Ageing Problem definition and implementation plans. WP Objective 1 ICT‐developments impacting on dignity and non‐discrimination of older citizens 3 ICT‐developments impacting on older people’s living conditions and ‐ environment 7 Governance issues and policy optionsQueen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012
  • DELIVERABLES Value Ageing QUB DELIVERABLES Deliverable Description Due date 3.1 Draft WP problem definition and implementation M6 plans 3.6.1 WP3 Final Report M36 3.6.2 WP3 Dissemination Report M46 1.3 Report on Business Cases M24 7.5 Regional and Local Authority Consultation M42Queen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012
  • QUB WP Value Ageing QUB Work Package 3 Objective: Carrying out a comprehensive, interdisciplinary, and intersectoral analysis of the main ICT developments impacting on older people’s living conditions and social environment.Queen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012
  • QUB WP Value Ageing QUB Work Package 3 Deliverable Description Due date 3.1 Overall problem definition and WP implementation plans M6 3.2 Collection of Business Cases M12 3.3 Ethical and regulatory issues related to social web for M12 older citizens 3.4 Ethical and policy implications of e‐health and M24 telemedicine 3.5 Human issues related to housing design for elderly and M24 smart homes 3.6 Reporting and disseminating M46Queen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012
  • SECONDMENTS Value Ageing Secondments & recruitments: QUB FATRONIK VEGAN NETWELL FRONTIDA 1 ESR (3M) 1 ESR (6M) 1 ESR (3M) 1 ESR (6M) 1 ESR (6M) from VEGAN from CSSC from QUB from INNOVA from QUB 1 ER (12M) 1 ER (12M)Queen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012
  • SECONDMENTS Value Ageing D3.1: March - May 2011 ESR from VEGAN Solutions srl. to QUB. Anna Bianco is the president of Eldy Association. DELIVERABLES D3.1: Overall problem definition and WP implementation plan. 1. Definition of older peoples living conditions and environment. 2. Definition of living conditions. 3. ICT and ethics. 4. European overview on e-Inclusion. 5. Definition of problems.Queen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012
  • SECONDMENTS Value Ageing D3.3: July- October 2011 ESR from QUB to VEGAN Solutions srl. Donal OBrien is a PhD candidate at the Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queens University Belfast. His work is concerned with mobile digital game design and evaluation for seniors. His main interests are technology acceptance, user-centred design, qualitative research and computer programming. DELIVERABLES D3.3: Ethical and regulatory issues related to social web for older citizens.Queen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012
  • SECONDMENTS Value Ageing D3.3: July- October 2011 ESR from QUB to VEGAN Solutions srl. Ethical Issues included: Social exclusion: Caused by the digital divide Loss of social contact: ICTs replacing social contact Stigmatizing effect: ICTs highlighting implying disability. Invasion of privacy: Concerns over the openness and sharing of information.Queen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012
  • SECONDMENTS Value Ageing D3.4: July 2011 - Dec 2011 ESR from QUB (Oonagh Thompson) to FRONTIDA Zois. Oonagh Thompson is a PhD student within the Ageing Group in the Centre for Public Health, Queens University Belfast. Her primary research interests include dementia prevention, mHealth and the use of everyday technologies for ageing well. Deliverables D2.2 & D3.4: D2.2 - A discussion on the notion of consent in situations of dependency. D3.4 - The ethical and policy implications of e-health and telemedicine.Queen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012
  • THIS AFTERNOON SESSION Value Ageing A round table discussion - a view from the field Value Ageing Early Stage Researcher secondees: Ms Anthie Sidera, Frontida, Greece (Netwell) Mr Donal O’Brien, QUB (Vegan Solutions, Vicenza) Dr Daniel Lopez, Vrije University Brussels Ms Verity Faith, Netwell (CSSC, Rome) Dr Eugenio, Mantovani, VUB (CSSC, Rome)Queen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012
  • WEBSITE & CONTACT Value Ageing Further information and contact details can be found on the project website: http://www.valueageing.eu/Queen’s University Belfast Value Ageing Seminar 20 March 2012