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Co-creation Initiatives in Healthcare in Small Communities
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 | Hernández, Coral | Alcoceda, Jose Antonio | Tena-Davila, Maria José de ISCIII | Burgos Llamo, Alfredo ISCIII | Perez de la Camara, Santiago ISCIII | Marina-Boillos, Pablo ISCIII | Pascual-Carrasco, Mario ISCIII
Int J Nurs Health Care Res.2022, 5:1321.
The uses of technology in public spaces are not new, but now we find new forms of social interactions and practices, socio-spatial representations and relationships. The close relationship between real and virtual worlds also opens up new ways of advancing knowledge. In order to facilitate the implementation of Open Science, we explore different co-creation methods with multiple stakeholders. All groups are involved and have influence throughout the project lifecycle: from the beginning, to planning, to implementation, to dissemination. Research activities should involve a wide variety of stakeholders interested, including government, educators, nurses, charities, civil societies, patient groups and the publics, based in a way to (1) obtaining contributions by customers, (2) selecting the best of these contributions, and (3) incorporating these selected contributions into products, processes, or services. Interactions between Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), public spaces, and healthcare are considered as s a tool for connecting people in small communities (enhancing participation). A Platform (DXP - Digital eXperience Platform) through “headless” technologies may provide content management capabilities and easy integration with devices and various sources, driven by user needs and developed with the concept of “Community in mind” in order to create strong and active communities and transform our small communities into more human environments, rather than just more high-tech places, and to understand that “smartness” should be people-friendly. It was applies the Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) principles on the scientific process and governance, identify drivers and barriers, interests and values for current and future societal challenges.
Co-creation | Smart technologies | Health | Wellbeing | Small communities | Nursing | Healthcare | Openscience | Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI)
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