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Careers Day for PhD students focused on the use of digital technology to deliver effective and supportive care to older adults managing their health and wellbeing.

The aim of visuAAL is to bridge the knowledge gap between users’ requirements and the appropriate and secure use of video-based AAL technologies to deliver effective and supportive care to older adults managing their health and wellbeing. visuAAL seeks to increase awareness and understanding of the context-specific ethical, legal, privacy and societal issues necessary to implement visual system across hospital, home and community settings, in a manner that protects and reassures users; outputs will stimulate the development of a new research perspective for constructively addressing privacy-aware video-based working solutions for assisted living. This Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Innovative Training Network (ITN) consists of 5 academic beneficiaries and 14 partner organisations from Austria, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and United Kingdom with PhD students and representatives from these organisation attending on the day.

The careers day (final agenda will be released in early January 2024) will provide students with the opportunity to; hear from a range of individuals who have progressed their careers in academia, industry and policy following their PhD; interact with the research of visiting early career researchers from across the visuAAL project; gain advice from academics in the field of technology use in older adult care, participate in a workshop to develop networking skills and understand how to reflect upon and promote the skills developed during their PhD; provide a great opportunity for students to network with EU peers and experts.

Places are limited to 15 and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you are interested in securing a spot please complete the following form:

For more details on visuAAL please see: