Following our recently published article about the SHAPES project, MOIC programme managers Dr Nicola Goodfellow and Dr Maureen Spargo were interviewed for Medical Update Online to discuss the future of digitally enabled healthcare for older individuals and share more about MOIC’s involvement with the project.
This video interview was a great opportunity to talk about our involvement with the SHAPES project and reach a wider audience.
About the paper
The paper was submitted to the journal Pharmacy as part of a Special Issue on Digital Solutions to Improve Medication Management. Entitled “Shaping the Future of Digitally Enabled Health and Care” the paper describes the work that the SHAPES Consortium is doing to support people as they grow older to maintain healthy and active lifestyles. It particularly focuses on the work that MOIC is doing around the theme of Medicines Control and Optimisation and describes the digital solutions that will be deployed in the SHAPES pilot later this year. The paper was a result of a collaborative effort from partners involved with Pilot theme 3 in the SHAPES consortium.
Links to the content can be found below: