Daryoush Daniel Vaziri illustrates that the use of mixed methods designs may support the induction of more subtle and complete theories about older adults’ use of technologies for the support of active and healthy aging. The results show that older adults’ social contexts and environments considerably affect their perspectives, practices and attitudes with respect to health, quality of life, well-being and technology use for active and healthy aging support. Results were collected with older adults aged 60+ as well as relevant secondary stakeholders like caregivers, policy makers or health insurance companies.
• Engaging Stakeholders in the Design of Active and Healthy Aging Technologies
• Analysis of Effects and Usage Indicators for an ICT-based Fall Prevention System in Community Dwelling Older Adults
• Negotiating Contradictions: Engaging Disparate Stakeholder Demands in Designing for Active and Healthy Aging
• Lecturers and students of Health Management and IT
• Health Manager and Software Developer
Daryoush Daniel Vaziri is a postdoc researcher who delivers a range of lectures with a focus on data and innovation management. His research concentrates on health technology design and user research.