Cristian Leorin (AIAS Bologna)
Filipa Teixeira (Trinity College Dublin, TCD)
John Dinsmore (Trinity College Dublin, TCD)
The SEURO (Scaling EUROpean citizen driven transferable and transformative digital integrated health and social care) project is exploring the optimisation and transferability of digital health solutions across the European Union by developing two different digital self-assessment tools: the ProTransfer (to evaluate the readiness of local/regional organisations to transfer or adopt a digital health solution in their specific organisational context) and the ProBCF-C (a digital checklist of key actions to consider in the design, development, evaluation and commercialisation of any digital health behaviour change intervention [DHBCI]). By recognising that designing innovations for real-world applications requires considering the variability of organisational contexts in terms of structure, culture and stakeholder make-up, this workshop intends to collect feedback from participants, in a role game activity, co-creating and informing the next phase of the development of these two tools.
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the session participants will be able to…
- Recognise and explain the importance of implementing self-assessment tools within an organisation dealing with digital health solutions, especially targeting older people with multiple chronic conditions.
- Participate in a co-design approach of a self-assessment tool.
- Discuss the importance of building a sustainability plan for digital health interventions for chronic disease (including multimorbidity outside in real world practice.
- Understand requirements for delivering sustainable, scalable and transferable digital health solutions in practice.