Randi Stokke

Randi Stokke
Norwegian University of Science and Technology | NTNU · Center for Care Research

Doctor of Philosophy

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Background Welfare technologies are often described as a solution to the increasing pressure on primary health care services. However, despite initiating welfare technology projects in the health care sector and different government incentives, research indicates that it is difficult to integrate welfare technology innovations in a complex and vary...
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Background In health care, the work of keeping the patient safe and reducing the risk of harm is defined as safety work . In our digitised and technology-rich era, safety work usually involves a relationship between people and technologies. Telecare is one of the fastest-growing technology-domains in western health care systems. In the marketing of...
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Background In health care, the work of keeping the patient safe and reducing the risk of harm is defined as safety work . In our digitised and technology-rich era, safety work usually involves a relationship between people and technologies. Welfare technology is one of the fastest-growing technology-domains in western health care systems. In the ma...
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BACKGROUND Welfare technologies are often described as a solution to the increasing pressure on primary health care services. However, despite initiating welfare technology projects in the health care sector and different government incentives, research indicates that it is difficult to integrate welfare technology innovations in a complex and vary...
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Sammendrag Bakgrunn: Den økende andelen eldre i befolkningen legger press på de kommunale helse- og omsorgstjenestene. Innovative løsninger med bruk av velferdsteknologi er lansert som en vei til bærekraftige omsorgsløsninger for fremtiden. Implementering av velferdsteknologi har vist seg å være utfordrende. Det er behov for mer kunnskap om samspi...
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Background: Due to demographic changes with an aging population, there is a demand for technology innovations in care services. However, technology innovations have proven difficult to implement in regular use. To understand the complexity of technology innovations in care practices, we need a knowledge base of the complex and diverse experiences...
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BACKGROUND Due to demographic changes with an aging population, there is a demand for technology innovations in care services. However, technology innovations have proven difficult to implement in regular use. To understand the complexity of technology innovations in care practices, we need a knowledge base of the complex and diverse experiences of...
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Background Technological innovations are strongly promoted to meet the demands posed by increased pressure on home care services and to assist ageing in place in western societies. Although heavily advocated as plug and play solutions, technologies have proven difficult and unpredictable when integrated into home care services. We need greater insi...
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Hensikten med studien var å undersøke hvilke erfaringer utprøving av velferdsteknologi kan gi hjemmeboende brukere av omsorgstjenester. Studien ble gjennomført i to kommuner i Oppland som deltok i Det nasjonale velferdsteknologiprogrammet (DNV) med fellesprosjektet «Trygg Hjemme». Kommunene har prøvd ut ulike velferdsteknologiske løsninger for eldr...
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Background Most western countries are experiencing greater pressure on community care services due to increased life expectancy and changes in policy toward prioritizing independent living. This has led to a demand for change and innovation in caring practices with an expected increased use of technology. Despite numerous attempts, it has proven su...

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