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Dr Phoebe Stirling

Projects

Complete list of projects, with the most recent at the top.
How can smart technologies meet the demand of an ageing population?
The increase in the proportion of older people has been described as “one of the most significant social transformations of the twenty-first century” (United Nations, 2015), with huge implications for government health and social care budgets. Our research for the Dunhill Medical Trust, which started in October 2019, collected data about 'smart' home technologies for older people in order to understand how these innovations support wellbeing and independent living.

Publications and Presentations

Complete list of publications and presentations, with the most recent at the top.
What is the goal of advanced telecare provision for older people? How we define its success will affect how we view its outcomes
Our blog for Dunhill Medical Trust looks at the different goals at play in the provision of telecare.
How does the provision of advanced, predictive telecare and smart home technology for older people affect its outcomes?
Our report looks at the provision of advanced, predictive telecare and smart home technology for older people.

Living on the edge

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Call for papers!

Jan 12, 2021

Houses of Cards? The Rules and Institutions of Housing Illegality in Western Countries

Progress in Planning publish paper by Sonia Alves

Jan 05, 2021

The paper, Divergence in planning for affordable housing: A comparative analysis of England and Portugal, was published online, in December 2020, by Progress in Planning,

Four futures, one choice

Dec 14, 2020

Richmond Ehwi contributed to the CDBB's e-book, 'Four Futures, One Choice', which challenges its readers to think choose practices and lifestyles that use resources and data wisely.

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