The Digital Health, Housing and Care Learning Network is supported by the Scottish Government Digital Health and Care Directorate.
Over the Summer, our team have been delivering a number of knowledge exchange sessions with colleagues from Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
The sessions provide opportunities for staff, who have an interest in how digital tools can be used to support service delivery in health, home and care settings, to exchange learning and experience.
We have asked our contributors, from Wales and Scotland, to share their experience, the approaches they have been using, the expertise required to undertake evaluation in digital health and care and finally, to reflect on whether digital research & evaluation is really any different to evaluation in other contexts.
Gemma Johns, Head of Research, Technology Enabled Care, Cymru
Dr Helen Alexander, Evaluation Manager, NHS Lanarkshire and Scottish Government (for remote health monitoring evaluation).
The session will be delivered on MS Teams, the link to join the session will be sent following registration. The session will be recorded.
The recordings of the previous sessions are now available to view. To view go to: www.tec.scot
For this group of snapshots, we asked the contributors to share lessons about different aspects of delivering digitally enabled services - from design stages right through to gathering and using the feedback from the people who use these services.
In this session contributors shared examples of digital tools which are being developed and used to support improvement for Care Home residents and staff. The session contributors, who came from Wales, England, Northern Ireland and Scotland, are working to improve care and develop digitally enabled services.
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