maXi works with design of information services supporting diabetics' self-regulation in their everyday life. The overall research aim is to get knowledge on barriers and possibilities of delivering digital health services. The project works i) with developing end testing digital community services for diabetics in a 'living lab' in Skagen in Denmark and ii) to understand community related barriers important to diabetics self-regulation and quality of life and the possibilities and problems related to the e-support of such barriers. The project is organized as a co-operation between researchers from Aalborg University (from the Department of Communication, the Department of Development and Planning and the Department of Health Science and Technology), diabetics and their families (12 families participating actively in the development and test of digital services), physicians, patient organizations, medico industry and software enterprises.
|Effektiv start/slut dato||01/08/2007 → 31/07/2011|
- Erhvervs- og Byggestyrelsen, Program for Brugerdreven Innovation
- Brugerdreven innovation