Tag Archives: Web 2.0 Social Media

Exploring How Digital Technology and Social Media Can Support People Living With Dementia (Nominet Trust)

Summary This blog post on the Nominet Trust website explores the growing number of ways by which access to the internet and the use digital technology can help to support people living with dementia and enhance their quality of life. This website contains many useful … Continue reading

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Public Awareness and Demand for Health and Care Technology (Carers UK)

Summary Carers UK, supported by Tunstall Healthcare (UK), commissioned a national opinion poll to investigate attitudes towards health and care technologies, telehealth and telecare. Their research discovered low public awareness of health and care technologies, and an under-appreciation of their potential. Full … Continue reading

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Health Information About Dementia on Twitter (PloS One)

Summary This article explores how information about age-related diseases features on popular social media platforms; examining (i) who uses social media to share information about dementia, (ii) the sources of information about dementia used / promoted, and (iii) the dementia-related … Continue reading

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