Through the use of simulation in medicine it is possible to intervene in the ongoing training of care staff, enabling them to improve techniques and treatments for domiciliary care of dependent persons and help improve the quality of home care. Fostering interdisciplinary work among health professionals, architects and designers, bioengineers and computer scientists, the creation of spaces that offer a better quality of life to chronically ill patients and their families and easier home care by health personnel (assistive technologies, home automation and ambient assisted living) are some of the realised aims of the project.

Capable design: assistive devices, simulation and collaborative models for home care

Casiddu, Niccolò;Porfirione, Claudia
2016

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Through the use of simulation in medicine it is possible to intervene in the ongoing training of care staff, enabling them to improve techniques and treatments for domiciliary care of dependent persons and help improve the quality of home care. Fostering interdisciplinary work among health professionals, architects and designers, bioengineers and computer scientists, the creation of spaces that offer a better quality of life to chronically ill patients and their families and easier home care by health personnel (assistive technologies, home automation and ambient assisted living) are some of the realised aims of the project.
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