Filosa, Giovanna ; Parente, Maria
Attraverso i risultati di uno studio di caso condotto sull'Isiss “A. Magarotto", identificato come buona pratica, la presentazione offre una panoramica sulle metodologie e le strategie innovative attuabili per una didattica realmente partecipata ed inclusiva.
Ageing, frailty and innovation: exploring the function of new technologies in the development of the care professions at the time of Covid 19
Aim of this paper is trying to investigate the sensemaking processes through which technoscientific innovations are co-produced and adopted, and how they contribute at (re)shaping social representations and practices interwoven with ageing processes. The presentation reports the first findings of a qualitative research, run out from June to September 2020, aimed to identify some key issues of the discourse on the aging of the workforce and innovation 4.0 in the healthcare sector, for how this is organized among different stakeholders - providers, trade unions and employers, companies, research institutions – called for the survey as subjects directly involved in promotion, use and development of digital solutions for the development of their services.
Aversa, Maria Luisa ; D'Agostino, Luisa
The speed of technological transformation, as well as the migratory flow added to demographic aging, will result in an overall redesign of the work world and its organization. In this work, we will present the results of an Inapp qualitative study carried out in the manufacturing and services sector, which explores the relationship between the employability of workers over 50 and technological innovation. A focus will be dedicated to health and social services which, in the face of the increasing average age of the employees, must respond to a greater request for care and assistance from users who have also become older.
Italy and Europe entered the pandemic by Covid 19 with a demographic situation which in perspective could undermine economic development, due to the shrinking of the labour force and possible labour shortages in key sectors, including health and education systems, ICTs, advanced manufacturing and long term care. Looking forward to the recovery, it is of utmost importance to identify the economic sectors most likely to feed the dynamics of demand, also thanks to a massive use of digital technologies, among which, in addition to those previously mentioned, pharmaceuticals, optical and medical industries, technology for environmental sustainability, transportation, retail and logistics.