H2Hcare – what some Norwegian seniors think

We have interviewed some seniors in Norway as to their thoughts of the usefulness of the H2Hcare system – all in the name of user-driven-design. The seniors were selected from voluntary members of the NGO Seniornett and 6 patients and 5 informal caregivers were interviewed. They were all in the age group 69 to 82Continue reading “H2Hcare – what some Norwegian seniors think”

H2HCare state of the art and vision journal paper

TUC published a review paper about smart environments and social robots in a Q1 (top) web of knowledge journal, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Impact Factor 2.84. Anghel, I.; Cioara, T.; Moldovan, D.; Antal, M.; Pop, C.D.; Salomie, I.; Pop, C.B.; Chifu, V.R. Smart Environments and Social Robots for Age-Friendly Integrated CareContinue reading “H2HCare state of the art and vision journal paper”

H2HCare kick-off meeting

The kick-off meeting of the Active and Assisted Living (AAL) European project H2HCare (Social robot-based solution for elders’ Care management and coaching after discharge from Hospital to Home) took place Wednesday 22.04.2020. The meeting was organized by the H2HCare coordinator, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca and due to the current EU context, was held online viaContinue reading “H2HCare kick-off meeting”