An AGE-WELL Position Paper is an official statement by AGE-WELL NCE. It uses evidence and expert advice to summarize best practices in the technology and aging field as related to the mission and goals of the Network, including issues related to technology development and implementation, practice, and policy. Position Papers provide a rationale for decision-making and professional skills for researchers, clinicians, practitioners, care providers, industry and policy-makers.
Topics will typically be generated from within AGE-WELL, however a topic proposal may also come from outside of the network, with sponsorship by an AGE-WELL member (i.e. a Workpackage/Crosscutting Activity leader, project investigator, trainee, or network partner). See Position Paper Guidelines for more details.
Mobile Technology and Data-Informed Approaches for Healthy Aging and Aging-in-Place
Data for Healthy Aging (D4HA) Working Group, University of Calgary, August 2020
Unpacking Transdisciplinarity in Aging and Technology: A Scoping Review
AGE-WELL NCE, Crosscutting Activity 3 Team – Transdisciplinary Working, April 2018
Smart Wheelchairs in Assessment and Training (SWAT): State of the Field
Viswanathan et al., January 2018
The Application of Big Data and ICT-Based Systems to Support Older Adults: A Consensus Report
AGE-WELL NCE and the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging, August 2015