Made in Ireland – Looking
Global
Prof Maurice Mulvenna
TRAIL Living Lab
School of Computing and Mathematics
University of ...
A University of Ulster Innovation Lab
Visit us at trail.ulster.ac.uk
Outline
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Connected Health
Dimensions of Connected Health
Examples
Action steps

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§  Population norms…
§  Connected health:
– Ageing in place
– Independent living
– Domiciliary care
– Assisted living
– ...
Dimensions
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Technical
Business Model
Timing
Engagement
Ofcom research
§  Provide therapeutic support and guidance to this
group of people during the hours of darkness
– Investigate the needs ...
§  Needs-driven (ABC/UCD…)
§  Mainstreaming
Academia

State
Users

Industry

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§  Investigating the unmet
needs of older people living
in the local community.
§  Talking with older people in
order to...
§  eParticipation
empowering and
involving citizens in
transparent decisionmaking in the EU
§  TRAIL leading user
engage...
§  eTMs:
– Allied health Professionals
– Open Data
– User Centred Innovations
– Town centre management
– Interfaces
– Con...
Openisland.net
…THANKS
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Made in Ireland – Looking Global

  1. 1. Made in Ireland – Looking Global Prof Maurice Mulvenna TRAIL Living Lab School of Computing and Mathematics University of Ulster
  2. 2. A University of Ulster Innovation Lab Visit us at trail.ulster.ac.uk
  3. 3. Outline §  §  §  §  Connected Health Dimensions of Connected Health Examples Action steps 3
  4. 4. §  Population norms… §  Connected health: – Ageing in place – Independent living – Domiciliary care – Assisted living – Sheltered housing – Supported housing – Retirement home – Nursing home – Care home §  ...> Medical intervention Services 4
  5. 5. Dimensions §  §  §  §  Technical Business Model Timing Engagement
  6. 6. Ofcom research
  7. 7. §  Provide therapeutic support and guidance to this group of people during the hours of darkness – Investigate the needs of people with dementia at night time – Research new technological capabilities that support sophisticated service offerings – Offer therapeutic interventions using music and familiar images at bedside device – Sleep measurements variables: quantity of sleep, quality of sleep, rhythm of sleep
  8. 8. §  Needs-driven (ABC/UCD…) §  Mainstreaming
  9. 9. Academia State Users Industry 12
  10. 10. §  Investigating the unmet needs of older people living in the local community. §  Talking with older people in order to prioritise problems, seeking the best available evidence to meet needs §  working with people to implement and evaluate the evidence in practice.
  11. 11. §  eParticipation empowering and involving citizens in transparent decisionmaking in the EU §  TRAIL leading user engagement across EU and defining 10-20 electronic town meetings (eTMs)
  12. 12. §  eTMs: – Allied health Professionals – Open Data – User Centred Innovations – Town centre management – Interfaces – Connected Health
  13. 13. Openisland.net
  14. 14. …THANKS

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