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Summan av kardemumman: new technology in end of life care settings

Taubert, Mark ORCID: and Norris, James 2023. Summan av kardemumman: new technology in end of life care settings. Presented at: Den 8:e nationella konferensen för Palliativ Vård, Malmö, Sweden, 2 - 4 October 2023.

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How have areas such as digital dying, online grieving, artificial intelligence & augmented reality changed the last years of life? It is important that as professionals we are aware of the changing influence technology is having on people's lives and deaths. Think this will not affect you? It already is, with patients having mini-super computers by their bedside. New technologies have significantly changed communication and discourse in every part of life. New ‘tech’ means new ways of working, but how do we adapt, to better support the needs of patients, the bereaved, and society at large? In this keynote seminar, James Norris and Mark Taubert will sum up the story (or the cardamon) regarding some of the changes, relevant to our practice, that are taking place. A primary focus will be on needs assessments for individual participants’ own areas of work, with it potentially leading to a change in professional practice. This may be at an individual level for some, and more widely at an organisational level for leaders in end of life and palliative care settings. 'Summan av kardemumman' (idiomatic, slang): [Swedish] The sum of the cardamon: A final conclusion or outcome, often being the result of a prolonged exposure of information or experiences.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Status: Unpublished
Schools: Medicine
Date of Acceptance: 2023
Last Modified: 31 May 2024 21:10

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