There are six Breakout sessions at Connected Care Camp being held on Saturday 7th December. Below is a brief list of some of the many online resources available. Using technology and thanks to @clarkmike we now have a Connected Care Mindmap with lots of resources to inform our discussions at the event. if you have a resource you would like to add to the Mindmap please tweet a link to the relevant URL using #psicare
Social Isolation, Loneliness and the impact on health and wellbeing
“ Residents reported being able to look at websites to do with their interests and hobbies, use internet shopping sites and communicate with family members, often overseas. Some had already noted beneficial impact on their carer’s ability to help manage their condition.”
Examples of how digital technology in empowering and supporting the health and wellbeing of individuals.
Information, advice and support across the care, health and housing sectors.
One of the simplest needs is the ability to stay in touch with family and friends who may be widely dispersed. There are a range of online tools available to address the practical tasks of co-ordinating the care and support of an individual.
Virtual, online and microvolunteering provide different ways for people to contribute to their communities online
User and patient engagement and the personalisation of services
How can technology world encourage more patient and user engagement? Are public services signposting people to the many online support forums now available?
- NHS Choices
- NHS Citizens Assembly
- Patient Opinion
- Care Opinion
- Care Connect NHS
- I want great care
- Patients Like Me
Follow Connected Care Camp and join in the discussions on Twitter using the hashtag #psicare