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Technological and architectural solutions for Dutch nursing homes: Results of a multidisciplinary mind mapping session with professional stakeholders

J. van Hoof; Mart Wetzels; A.M.C. Dooremalen; Eveline Wouters; M.E. Nieboer; A.A.M. Sponselee; A.M.E. Eyck; P. J. L. M. van Gorkom; E.L.M. Zwerts-Verhelst; Sebastiaan Theodorus Michaël Peek; ...
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  • Published: 01 Feb 2014 Journal: Technology in Society, volume 36, pages 1-12 (issn: 0160-791X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
There is an increasing call in society for the improvement of well-being for nursing home residents and the support of care professionals through a wide array of architectural and technological solutions that are available in modern nursing homes. This study investigated which of these solutions are considered essential by stakeholders from healthcare and technology. Data were gathered via 22 simultaneously held multidisciplinary mind map sessions with 97 stakeholders, resulting in 43 mind maps. These, in turn, were grouped into a single mind map of the nursing home in general, the private rooms for residents with somatic or psychogeriatric health problems, and ...
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free text keywords: Business and International Management, Sociology and Political Science, Education, Human Factors and Ergonomics, Building, Design, Geriatrics, Methodology/methods, Older adults, methodology, methods, Mind map, Prioritization, Medical education, Psychology, Multidisciplinary approach, Health care, business.industry, business, Geriatrics, medicine.medical_specialty, medicine, Group living, Nursing homes, Health problems, Gerontology
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