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Paper accepted for publication at CHI 2019 conference

Feb 18, 2019
NetwellCASALA researchers Dr. Julie Doyle and Suzanne Smith, with colleagues in Trinity College Dublin and imec-SMIT in Brussels, had a paper accepted for publication at CHI 2019, the most prestigious conference in the field of Human Computer Interaction. The paper, titled “Managing Multimorbidity: Identifying Design Requirements for a Digital Self-Management...
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Human Centric Lighting Project

Feb 13, 2019
Researchers in NetwellCASALA, together with the Quality of Life Committee in Sonas Ard Na Greine Nursing Home in Enniscrone Sligo are fronting a very exciting study to examine the effects that “Human Centric Lighting” has on the quality of life of older adults living in a nursing home environment. Recent...
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Netwell CASALA at the ECME consortium workshop

Feb 7, 2019
Last week ECME researchers from NetwellCASALA traveled to the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) in Inverness, Scotland to attend the 2nd ECME consortium workshop. The focus of the workshop was research collaborations between the ECME partners and industry engagement. Whilst there, the ECME researchers from NetwellCASALA also attended...
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Are you over 55 and regularly care for a family member or friend?

Feb 1, 2019
If so, you may benefit from a new wellbeing system that NetwellCASALA, the Research Centre for Ageing at DkIT have designed to support carers. Michael Wilson, one of our researchers, is working with Ann Marron from the HSE to test this system and we would really appreciate your help. We...
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Rodd Bond’s statement to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Housing

Apr 25, 2018
NetwellCASALA's Director Rodd Bond's statement to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Housing, Local Government and Planning, 17 April 2018 Rodd Bond, Director of NetwellCASALA, gave a statement to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Housing in April, highlighting the benefits of introducing Universal Design principals to housing planning. Bringing a wealth...
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