Accounting for Medication Particularities: Designing for Everyday Medication Management

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Accounting for Medication Particularities: Designing for Everyday Medication Management. / Dalgaard, Lea Gulstav; Grönvall, Erik; Verdezoto, Nervo.

The 7th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare . ed. / Venet Osman; Andrew Campbell; Paul Lukowicz. Venice, Italy : IEEE, 2013. p. 137-144.

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Harvard

Dalgaard, LG, Grönvall, E & Verdezoto, N 2013, Accounting for Medication Particularities: Designing for Everyday Medication Management. in V Osman, A Campbell & P Lukowicz (eds), The 7th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare . IEEE, Venice, Italy, pp. 137-144, International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, Venice, Italy, 05/05/2013. https://doi.org/10.4108/pervasivehealth.2013.252058

APA

Dalgaard, L. G., Grönvall, E., & Verdezoto, N. (2013). Accounting for Medication Particularities: Designing for Everyday Medication Management. In V. Osman, A. Campbell, & P. Lukowicz (Eds.), The 7th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (pp. 137-144). IEEE. https://doi.org/10.4108/pervasivehealth.2013.252058

CBE

Dalgaard LG, Grönvall E, Verdezoto N. 2013. Accounting for Medication Particularities: Designing for Everyday Medication Management. Osman V, Campbell A, Lukowicz P, editors. In The 7th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare . Venice, Italy: IEEE. pp. 137-144. https://doi.org/10.4108/pervasivehealth.2013.252058

MLA

Dalgaard, Lea Gulstav, Erik Grönvall and Nervo Verdezoto "Accounting for Medication Particularities: Designing for Everyday Medication Management"., Osman, Venet Campbell, Andrew Lukowicz, Paul (editors). The 7th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare . Venice, Italy: IEEE. 2013, 137-144. https://doi.org/10.4108/pervasivehealth.2013.252058

Vancouver

Dalgaard LG, Grönvall E, Verdezoto N. Accounting for Medication Particularities: Designing for Everyday Medication Management. In Osman V, Campbell A, Lukowicz P, editors, The 7th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare . Venice, Italy: IEEE. 2013. p. 137-144 https://doi.org/10.4108/pervasivehealth.2013.252058

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Dalgaard, Lea Gulstav ; Grönvall, Erik ; Verdezoto, Nervo. / Accounting for Medication Particularities: Designing for Everyday Medication Management. The 7th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare . editor / Venet Osman ; Andrew Campbell ; Paul Lukowicz. Venice, Italy : IEEE, 2013. pp. 137-144

Bibtex

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abstract = "Several projects have shown that self-management of medication in private homes can be challenging. Many projects focused on specific illness-related approaches (e.g. diabetes) or practical issues such as how to handle medication while travelling. However, designing for everyday medication management involves more than just specific illness-related strategies and should take into account the broad set of activities conforming people{\textquoteright}s everyday life. This study investigates how older adults manage their medication in everyday life. To inform the design of pervasive healthcare medication management systems (PHMMS), the study calls for attention to medication-specific particularities that account for: according to need medication, the heterogeneous care network, the substitute medication, the medication informational order, the shared responsibility and the adjustment of medication intake. These medication particularities can enhance the individual{\textquoteright}s medication overview and support the understanding of medication intake in everyday life. The study also presents five design principles for future design of PHMMS.",
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