eHealth for healthy ageing, get inspired! Part 2

  • TALK

Join the kick-off of the ten public-private partnership projects and the overarching project awarded a ZonMw grant within the Create Health programme!

In two subsequent blocks (click here for part 1) the ten projects are presented. The overarching project ‘Creative & Health Innovation Ways of Working Analysis (CHIWAWA)’, that was set up to find generic knowledge and insights from the ten projects, is presented too.

The goal of this meeting is to introduce the projects to the broad fields of the creative and healthcare/welfare sectors, making a first step towards collaboration and creating support for the outcomes of these projects. In addition, this meeting shows concrete examples of what collaborations between creative and healthcare/welfare can result in.

Learn more about these projects and get connected!

The projects
The Create Health projects relate to the development of knowledge of eHealth for the creative industries and for healthcare and welfare under one or more of the three themes concerning elderly people or the process of ageing:

  1. Home care and self-management: longer independent with dementia;
  2. Preventing overweight: prevention through changes in lifestyle;
  3. Preventing loneliness: ensuring that vulnerable elderly people do not become lonely.

The overarching project will research the use of creative methodology at meta level in the above-mentioned Create Health projects and the added value of this methodology for achieving new innovation in the healthcare sector. The project will also investigate how this added value is accomplished.

Programme part 2

Crossing Boundaries
The next five Create Health projects will pitch their project. Part 2 discusses the difficulties and benefits of cross-disciplinary collaboration between health, creative- and research professionals. The biasses as discussed during the break will be used to gain a better understanding of the sociocultural characteristics of each sector and the way these characteristics influence collaboration.

Furthermore, the overarching project CHIWAWA will present how they will yield insight on the creative ways of working of the ten projects.

Create Health
The ZonMw Create Health programme aims to help address the societal challenge of healthy ageing. It will do so by bringing together parties from the creative industries and from the healthcare and welfare sector, supporting the development and sharing of knowledge, providing access to funding and assisting with scaling-up. More information about the Create Health programme and projects can be found on the ZonMw website.

Foto Remko van der Lugt2
Creative & Health Innovation Ways of Working Analysis (CHIWAWA)

Remko van der Lugt

Remko is a lecturer in Co-design at the Hogeschool Utrecht and researches the involvement of people in innovation projects since 2007. He emphasizes how tools, methods, skills and attitude of designers help accelerate complex innovation projects. He combines the knowledge of co-design with systematic thinking while being inspired by, amongst others: Theory U, transition management and systemic work.

Foto Daan Andriessen
Creative & Health Innovation Ways of Working Analysis (CHIWAWA)

Daan Andriessen

Daan Andriessen is, since 2013, a lecturer in Methodology of practical research at the Hogeschool Utrecht. He focusses on the ongoing professionalisation of practical research at hbo. The lectorate researches useful methods and techniques for practical research as well as useful methods to help students and teachers learn to perform research.

Foto Annemarie Braakman
Unobtrusive Sensing technologies to monitor and coach elderly at risk for social isolation

Annemarie Braakman

Dr. Braakman-Jansen is assistant professor at the Centre for eHealth & Wellbeing Research at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. Her research focus is on design, implementation, process and (cost) effectiveness evaluation of personalized data-driven persuasive health technology interventions to improve health and wellbeing of individuals, communities as well as health care workers. Her current focus is in the domain of COPD, DM, CHF, Dementia and Safe care to prevent antimicrobial resistance in healthcare. She is involved in several PPS projects with creative industry (Nedap Healthcare; FocusCura; Medicinfo; ICDM) to innovate healthcare.

Foto Sebastiaan Peek (DDD)
Dementia Dynamics in Design (DDD)

Sebastiaan Peek

Sebastiaan Peek is a senior researcher for Tilburg University, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. He wrote a PhD thesis titled “Understanding technology acceptance by seniors who are aging in place: a dynamic perspective”, which focusses on mechanisms influencing acquirement and use of technology over time. His research focuses on designing and deploying eHealth solutions that are personalized and sustainable.

Foto Maarten Houben (Everyday Sounds of Dementia)
Everyday Sounds of Dementia

Maarten Houben

Maarten Houben is a PhD student researching the potential of sound and soundscapes in design of technology and services for people living with dementia. With a background in architectural engineering, he is interested in designing ambient technologies and interactive spaces that have a meaningful impact on vulnerable user groups.

Amy van Grieken ErasmusMC MGZ 201806
Support QUality-care for Elderly using Ambient Living Environment Data (SQUEALED): an EHealth application to support care providers of independent living elderly persons

Amy van Grieken

Amy van Grieken is a senior researcher at the department of Public Health of the Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Her research focus is on the development, implementation and evaluation of (preventive) interventions to support health and wellbeing of specific subgroups in the population, using innovative approaches such as e-health applications.

Foto Bard Wartena (A theoretical framework ... people with dementia)
A theoretical framework for the design of persuasive technology to support communication and needs-articulation of people with dementia

Bard Wartena

Bard Wartena has a background as a Cognition & Media Psychologist. He has extensive experience in the design process of serious games and applications (including Mattie, Bias Blaster & Play it safe). He is currently working for the research group I-Human at the NHL-Stenden University of Applied Sciences on the Create-Health project, while pursuing his PHD on the transfer of autonomy at the TUDelft (Design Aesthetics).