– We have had a really exciting time, sharing some good ideas with people. We are hoping that people have found the tour we had on the north island here in Shetland interesting, informative and entertaining. We would like to thank everyone for coming and hope that they come back and see us again in Shetland some day, says Alan Murdoch, National Health Service Shetland.
Watch videos from the RemoAge partners work from Shetland
In the work of implementing new technologies the RemoAge project needs to get evidence of what works and what does not work. During the partner meeting in Shetland data was collected about the outcome for frail older people and their families.
Listen to Louise McCabe, Evaluation and Transnational Learning Team
Transnational learning is important within the RemoAge project because the partners are concerned with the practical details of the implementation of different services. To have an exchange of ideas on a practical level is very helpful.
Listen to Alison Dawson, Evaluation and Transnational Learning Team, and Clint Sentence, Telecare/Telehealth Project manager at Shetland Island Council
Many ethical issues arise when new technologies are introduced. New ways of working and new concepts result in issues around safety security and organizational changes.
Listen to Stefan Sävenstedt, Team for Ethical Issues and Graham Stiles, Team Leader at the Shetland Islands Council