Tony O’Brien: We should take the global lead on assistive tech in healthcare

28/06/2022 23:00:00

Assistive technology enables people to live independent and dignified lives, and Ireland should grasp the opportunity to become a champion in this area

Assistive technology enables people to live independent and dignified lives, and Ireland should grasp the opportunity to become a champion in this area, writes tweetsnolimits

Assistive technology enables people to live independent and dignified lives, and Ireland should grasp the opportunity to become a champion in this area

Last month, Ireland had a central role at the launch of a report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Unicef on the use of assistive technology in global healthcare. The report recognises such technology, and enabling environments, as a precondition for people in need to realise their human rights.

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Health Last month, Ireland had a central role at the launch of a report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Unicef on the use of assistive technology in global healthcare.Companies Workvivo, the Cork-headquartered employee experience app, has announced it has raised $22 million in new funding, tripling the value of the employee communications company.January 22, 2022 “Yeah, it would be top, more than likely.Healthcare workers are avoiding Dublin due to exorbitant housing costs.

The report recognises such technology, and enabling environments, as a precondition for people in need to realise their human rights. Examples of assistive products that can maintain or improve an individual’s functioning, independence and wellbeing include hearing aids, wheelchairs, communication aids, glasses, prostheses, pill organisers . This series B funding, led by Tiger Global, will be used to grow the company’s products and build innovative features.. “My dad brought me and my younger brother to the Heineken Cup final in 2006 in the Millennium Stadium when Munster won... . Regional health chief Mary O’Kelly said the Greater Dublin Area faces a “geographical” challenge because of the cost of housing in the region.