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Co-creation methodology with smart technologies in health and well-being to enable communication between isolated and disperse small communities: a literature review [Dataset]
Ramos-Gonzalez, Maria Victoria ISCIII | San Pedro-Botas, Iris de ISCIII | Dochao, Andres | Caeiro, Anabela | D’Amico, Roberto | Duta, Greghory | Casado-Ramirez, Elvira ISCIII | Santacruz, Esmeralda | Alcoceda, Jose Antonio | Tena-Davila, Maria José de ISCIII | Burgos Llamo, Alfredo ISCIII | Pérez de la Cámara, Santiago ISCIII | Marina-Boillos, Pablo ISCIII | Pascual-Carrasco, Mario ISCIII
Objective: the objective is to determine reported cases of co-creation methodology about the use of smart technologies in public spaces in order to create new forms of social interactions and practices, which in turn creates new socio-spatial relations and promotes interactions and communication between isolated and disperse communities. Material and Methods: the literature published in the last 5 years (2016-2020) has been reviewed. Searches on Co-creation methodology and ICTs in Health and Biomedicine, on topics such as interaction among users, ICT and social behaviour, spatial analyses, planning methodologies and public involvement, on-line gaming, self‐learning, and the prevention of risky habbits are made manually. Results: search strategies developed through electronic databases and manual search identified a total of 180 references, included in the supplementary material. They have been divided by the technologies used in the studies, co-creation methodology, and according to the type of socio-medical application. This research highlights the penetration of ICT in social and healthcare environments and clearly demonstrates the high number of publications that have come out over recent years and a lack of publications that evaluate co-creation methodology in this field. Conclusions: most of the papers included only partially cover the subject matter of ICT in Health and Biomedicine and how to use smart technologies to transform public spaces in small communities into people-friendly human environments. The research carried out for this paper clearly demonstrates the high number of publications concerning technology assessment. However, there is a distinct lack of publications that evaluate co-creation methodology [Dataset].
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