ADAPT Researcher Accepted into the 8th Workshop on Socio-Technical Perspective in Information Systems
A new ADAPT research paper, accepted to the 8th Workshop on Socio-Technical Perspective in Information Systems (STPIS2022), identifies the global increase in digital health interventions over the last decade which aim to improve maternal and infant health outcomes and treatment adherence, as well as HIV/AIDS education and prevention, immunization rates, and communicable disease prevention. The paper by ADAPT PhD Student, Tochukwu Ikwunne (Trinity College Dublin),is titled: ‘Co-creating Digital Health Service: Activity Theory and Communicative Ecological Framework Analysis’, and was co-authored by ADAPT Academic Collaborators, Prof. Lucy Hederman and Dr. P.J. Wall.
These services outlined in the paper are co-created by multiple stakeholders which contributes to the complexity of the co-creation of digital health services.
This paper presents a thorough case study of the digital health co-creation process, to understand and describe the activities taken by different stakeholders during a co-creation process. This case study was presented at STPIS2022 in August 2022.
Interesting read in @RTEBrainstorm by @AdaptCentre Dr. Mani Dhingra, Digital Twin Ecosystem Manager @MaynoothUni @smartdublin @AphraK @scienceirel