Profiles And Contributions To This Article

The Cumbria Rural Health Forum: initiating change and moving forward with technology

Jae-Llane  Ditchburn

Jae-Llane Ditchburn

qualifications: PhD

position: Research fellow

My research interests are technology adoption of digital health technologies and innovations, health management, alternative therapies, complementary medicine, dementia and ageing research.

Alison  Marshall

Alison Marshall

qualifications: PhD

position: Professor

Digital technologies in health and social care. The innovation process and stakeholder engagement in implementation, evaluation and adoption of technology. How digital technologies can address rural issues, particularly dispersed population and limited opportunities for professional development.

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