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Liquid participation

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Liquid participation

  1. 1. Liquid Participation Digital Inclusion Physical Inclusion Interchangeability & Complementarity Enabling Pillars Robots, Sensors, Intake Alarm Monitor Ambient Assisted Living, Self-Management Big data for prevention, diagnosis IoT, Cloud, Fog, QR/AR/VR Ubiquitous, Pervasive Health Nano sensor robotic 3D bio printer Teleoperation , e-endoscopy Tele-intervention Wearables Training Tele Consult Jury, Panel, Dialogues, Polling Collaborative / Autonomous Knowledge banks Public Hearing, Focus Group, Advisory Committee Participatory Governance Open coorrdination and facilitation Deliberate, Co-produce, Consult, Communicate Top-down, Bottom-up, One/Two-way Community based co- design • Data typology: • (e.g. health - glucoses, temperature, pulse, pressure, oxygen, sleep), Metadata (for participation), access to records (physical/virtual), interoperability, privacy (patients>clinics) • Data Usage: • P4/intervention, learning and convenience (unobtrusive, non-invasive, low cost), barriers (tech anxiety) esp. for advanced ICTs, interaction (smart environment/community) • Participation - M2M, certification, stakeholders organisation (inter-professional) • Factors: • unambiguous roles, stakeholder coalitions, recommendations/understanding/feedback, barriers (incontinence, trust, communication, culture, social isolation, economic disadvantage) • Regulation: • mediators (formalization and social nets), prescriptive utility vs. local ties, symmetry/syncronicity Copyright: Teodor Kalpakchiev, the-enpi.org
  2. 2. Literature • Ellen, 2017, There Is Much to Learn When You Listen: Exploring Citizen Engagement in High- and Low-Income Countries • Rowe, 2000, Public Participation Methods: A Framework for Evaluation • Rowe, 2004, Evaluating Public Participation Exercises: A Research Agenda • Pateraki, 2020, Biosensors and Internet of Things in smart healthcare applications: challenges and opportunities • Groeneveld 2013, Community-Based Co-Design for Informal Care: Bridging the Gap between Technology and Context • Aceto, 2018, The role of Information and communication technologies in healthcare: Taxonomies, perspectives, and challenges • Rajasekaran, 2019, Autonomous monitoring in healthcare environment: Reward-based energy charging mechanism for IoMT wireless sensing nodes • Leu, 2017, A smartphone-based wearable sensors for monitoring real-time physiological data • Miah, 2016, On-Cloud Healthcare Clinic: an e-health consultancy approach for remote communities in a Developing Country • Levesque, 2010, A partnership approach to service needs assessment with family caregivers of an aging relative living at home: A qualitative analysis of the experiences of caregivers and practitioners • Santini, 2016, Impact of incontinence on the quality of life of caregivers of older persons with incontinence • Menghi, 2019, Product Service Platform to improve care systems for elderly living at home • Syed, 2019, Smart healthcare framework for ambient assisted living using IoMT and big data analytics techniques • CLEAVE, 2016, CANCER CARE DELIVERYSYSTEM FOR OLDER ADULTS: INNOVATIVE MODELS OF CARE • Talukder, 2019, Predicting antecedents of wearable healthcare technology acceptance by elderly: A combined SEM-Neural Network approach • Fowler, 2014, An Interprofessional Virtual Healthcare Neighborhood for Caregivers of Elderly With Dementia • Fraczkiewicz-Wronka, 2019, The growing role of seniors councils in health policy-making for older people in Poland • Rong, 2019, Development of a self-management support program for caregivers of relatives with dementia in Shanghai • Fernandez, 2017, Using communication and visualization technologies with senior citizens to facilitate cultural access and self-improvement • Glimmerveen, 2018, Empowering citizens or mining resources? The contested domain of citizen engagement in professional care services • Macfarlene, 1996, Citizen Participation in the Reform of Health Care Policy: A Case Example • Blomgren, 2008, Constructing a European healthcare market: The private healthcare company Capio and the strategic aspect of the drive for transparency Copyright: Teodor Kalpakchiev, the-enpi.org

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