Ethics of Using Assistive Technology in the Care for Community-Dwelling Elderly People: An Overview of the Literature
Zwijsen, Sandra A
Niemeijer, Alistair R
Hertogh, Cees M P M
Aging & mental health 2011 May; 15(4): 419-27
This article provides an overview of the international literature on the most important ethical considerations in the field of assistive technology (AT) in the care for community-dwelling elderly people, focused on dementia.
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