Researchers from the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, presented two papers at the 15th international scientific conference: Digitalisation and Education in Health Sciences, which took place on 9 June, in Bled, Slovenia. The event focused on the importance of digitalisation and new approaches to health sciences education. A total of 36 lectures were given at the event.
CDI researchers presented two papers at the event on the effects of using telemedicine and an e-care support system:
A conference proceedings were published for the occasion.
The presentations are part of the projects: Understanding and analysis of users' needs for the development of e-services for integrated social and health care in the aging society (L5-9337), Factors impacting intention to use smart technology enabled care serices among family carers of older people in the context of long-distance care (J5-1785), and the research program Internet research (P5-0399), co-financed by the Slovenian Research Agency from the state budget.