INDUCT stands for Interdisciplinary Network for Dementia Using Current Technology.

Funded through H2020 Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions - Innovative Training Networks, 2015 (grant agreement number 676265), INDUCT is aimed at developing a multi-disciplinary, inter-sectorial educational research framework for Europe to improve technology and care for people with dementia, and to provide the evidence to show how technology can improve the lives of people with dementia.

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2 days ago
I’m presenting “Surveillance Technology in dementia care: implicit assumptions & unresolved tensions” at DementiaLab 2019 on the 21st of October!

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2 weeks ago
'Why should I stop working just because I have dementia?' https://t.co/bdpD37wKFI. Do read this. More coverage, more awareness. But still a long way to go to stop discrimination. @alzheimerssoc @3NDWG
2 weeks ago
Great to see ADI’s new World #Alzheimer Report being distributed at the European Researchers’ Night 2019, held at the @karolinskainst. Report contributor @evrydaytechgirl had a stand at the event, which saw 4,500 high school students from across the Stockholm region participate. https://t.co/xzzbBlylj0 INDUCT_MSC photo
2 weeks ago
Multilevel Analysis of the Patterns of Physical-Mental Multimorbidity in General Population of São Paulo Metropolitan Area, Brazil


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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020, Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions – Innovative Training Network (under grant agreement no. 676265)

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