The first podcast of 2019 – Navigating Research Ethics – listen on https://soundcloud.com/dementia-researcher/navigating_research_ethics/s-JsaM7 Research that involves human subjects (also known as people), or even human tissue…… Read more “New Podcast online”
Stumbled upon an interesting article describing how watch trackers used on children are actually dangerous: https://www.getsafeonline.org/news/kids-tracker-watch-found-to-be-dangerous1/ Trackers can be used to monitor and track the location of…… Read more “Tracker watch found to be dangerous”
Finally, I can share my latest article with you. In this article we reviewed marketing materials of surveillance products for people with dementia and their carers in…… Read more “New article: the marketing of surveillance technology for people with dementia and carers.”
Hello all, The following abstract is available: Vermeer, Y (2018, July) – Power and surveillance technology: What people with dementia and carers needs versus what technology providers… Read more "What people with dementia and carers needs versus what technology providers provide"
Yes conference season is over for now. Had the opportunity, no let me rephrase that, privilege to attend and present at 5 different occasions. Gave a talk…… Read more “Conference season is over”
Next: The ISG’s Masterclass in Gerontechnology – held in St Petersburg, USA. This year’s theme is Evolving Designs for Our Future Selves. Will present my poster ‘Surveillance…… Read more “Conference month-May #3”
Second up: The 11th World Conference of Gerontechnology – held in St Petersburg, USA. This year’s theme is Evolving Designs for Our Future Selves. Click here for…… Read more “Conference month-May #2”
Time management …Time Management That’s all that I’ve been doing so far! Who knew that I would have so little time doing my actual research about dementia.…… Read more “Doing A PhD and how it really works”