Best Practice Guidance
Human Interaction with Technology in Dementia

Authors and Acknowledgements

Authors

INDUCT authors: Rose-Marie Dröes, Yvette Vermeer (ESR1), Sébastien Libert (ESR2), Sophie Gaber (ESR3), Sarah Wallcook (ESR4), Harleen Rai (ESR5), Aline Cavalcanti Barroso (ESR6), Joeke van Santen (ESR7), Floriana Mangiaracina (ESR8), Kim Beentjes (ESR8), Sara Bartels (ESR9), Hannah Christie (ESR10), Rose Miranda (ESR11), Annelien van Dael (ESR12), Kate Shiells (ESR13), Ángel C. Pinto Bruno (ESR14), Angie Alejandra Diaz Baquero (ESR15), and the ESRs supervisors Lieve Van den Block, Lara Pivodic, Louise Nygard, Manuel Franco Martin, Maria Victoria Perea Bartolomé, Paul Higgs, Iva Holmerova, Camilla Malinowsky, Franka Meiland, Henriëtte van der Roest, Justine Schneider, Annemieke van Straten, Frans Verhey, Marjolein de Vugt, Martin Orrell

DISTINCT authors: Rose-Marie Dröes, Simone Fielding (ESR4), David Neal (ESR6), Victoria Hoel (ESR9), Pascale Heins (ESR11), Wei-Qui-Koh (ERS12), Beliz Budak (ESR15), Martina Roes, Teake Ettema, Karin Dijkstra, Karin Wolf-Ostermann, Marjolein de Vugt, Frans Verheij, Dympna Casey.

Acknowledgements

The research which this Best Practice Guidance is based on was carried out within the Marie Curie Interdisciplinary Training Network (ITN) action, H2020-MSCA-ITN-2015 (grant agreement number 676265) and H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018 (grant agreement number 813196).

With acknowledgements to the INDUCT Working Group Best Practice Guidance Human Interaction with technology in dementia: Rose-Marie Dröes and Martin Orrell (leads), Lieve Van den Block, Hannah Christie, Iva Holmerova, Louise Nygard, Angel Pinto Bruno and Sarah Wallcook

With acknowledgments to the EWGPWD for their ongoing involvement in INDUCT and DISTINCT and for providing such important feedback to each ESR on their projects.

Involved organisations in INDUCT

Research centres

University of Nottingham Prof. Martin Orrell
Prof. Justine Schneider
Harleen Rai (INDUCT ESR5)
Aline Cavalcanti (INDUCT ESR6)
Institute of Mental Health UK
University College London Prof. Paul Higgs
Yvette Vermeer (INDUCT ESR1)
Sebastien Libert (INDUCT ESR2)
Division of Psychiatry UK
Maastricht University Prof. Frans Verhey
Prof. Marjolein de Vugt
Sara Bartels (INDUCT ESR9)
Hannah Christie (INDUCT ESR10)
Dept of Psychiatry and Neuropsychology Netherlands
Amsterdam UMC, location VU University Medical Centre Prof. Rose-Marie Dröes
Dr. Franka Meiland
Joeke van der Molen (INDUCT ESR7)
Floriana Mangiaracina (INDUCT ESR8)
Kim Beentjes (INDUCT ESR8)
Dept of Psychiatry Netherlands
VU University Amsterdam Prof. Annemieke van Straten
Dr. Annet Kleiboer
Ángel Pinto Bruno (INDUCT ESR14)
Deparment of clinical-, neuro-, developmental psychology Netherlands
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Prof. Lieve van den Block
Dr. Lara Pivodic
Rose Miranda (INDUCT ESR11)
Annelien van Dael (INDUCT ESR12)
End-of-Life Care Research Group Belgium
Karolinska Institute Prof. Louise Nygard
Dr. Camilla Malinowsky
Sophie Gaber (INDUCT ESR3)
Sarah Wallcook (INDUCT ESR4)
Division of Occupational Therapy Sweden
Univerzita Karlova Prof. Iva Holmerova
Prof. Olga Stepankova
Kate Shiells (INDUCT ESR13)
Centre of Expertise in Longevity and Long-term Care (CELLO) Czech Republic
IDES Pablo Gómez
Prof. Manuel Franco
Dr. Henriëtte van der Roest
Dra. Maria Victoria Perea Bartolomé
Angie Alejandra Diaz Baquero (INDUCT ESR15)
I MAS D y Empleo Serviconsulting SL Spain
World Health Organisation Prof. Anne Margriet Pot World Health Organisation Switzerland

Partners

Alzheimer Europe Jean Georges Alzheimer Europe International
Alzheimer Disease International Wendy Weidner Alzheimer Disease International International
World Federation of Occupational Therapists Ritchard Ledgerd World Federation of Occupational Therapists International
University of Hertfordshire Frances Bunn Centre for Research in Primary and Community Care (CRIPACC) UK
University of Witten Prof. Martina Roes Germany
SilverFit BV Joris Wiersinga SilverFit BV Netherlands
Eumedianet Lucas Vroemen Eumedianet Netherlands
Betawerk Hermans Betawerk Netherlands