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Older Adults' Perceptions of ICT: Technology In Later Life Study

 Hannah Ramsden Marston, Rebecca Genoe, Shannon Freeman, Cory Kulczycki, Charles Musselwhite
  3rd-Sep-2019
Description: The Technology In Later Life (TILL) study is the piece of work contributing to the impact, behavior, and perception of technology use, by adults aged ≥70 years.
Views: 2013
Domain: Medical
Category: Equipment
Contributing Organization: MDPI
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healthcare
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Older Adults’ Perceptions of ICT: Main Findings from
the Technology In Later Life (TILL) Study
Hannah Ramsden Marston 1, * , Rebecca Genoe 2 , Shannon Freeman 3 , Cory Kulczycki 2
and Charles Musselwhite 4
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Health and Wellbeing Priority Research Area, School of Health, Wellbeing and Social Care,
The Open University, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire Milton Keynes ... See more

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