A powerful collaboration of shared strategic interests and common endeavour to address the biggest challenges and opportunities in ageing.
Welcome to Scotland’s Healthy Ageing Innovation Cluster (HAIC), which is facilitated by the Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre, on behalf of key partners including the Scottish Government's Technology Enabled Care Team, The Digital Office for Local Government, Scottish Enterprise, Highlands & Islands Enterprise, Enterprise Europe Network and the European Connected Health Alliance.
We are a powerful collaboration of shared strategic interests from policy, health, housing and care, enterprise in Scotland and Internationally with a common endeavour.
Our aims are to:
- Create a collective of shared interests, expertise and skills
- Share information and support knowledge exchange
- Build collaborations that are greater than the sum of the individual parts
- Seek and solve demand-led challenges
- Identify funding/ host challenge opportunities
The cluster comprises representatives from Civic organisations, Academic institutions, Citizens, Commercial industry, Healthcare professionals/ Care providers and the Third sector.
Our cluster builds on the principles of Ageing 2.0, which is an international, interdisciplinary, and intergenerational community that strives to address the biggest challenges and opportunities in ageing. To date, HAIC has been focusing on identifying, and giving a Scottish context to, opportunities within the Aging 2.0 Grand Challenges.
We work with our partners to promote positive approaches to healthy ageing, using digital solutions and services to transform care. We have a wealth of knowledge, learning and experience to share through the membership of our cluster.
Browse the resources section below for all previous HAIC meeting presentations.
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Wednesday 10 February 2021
Watch the latest HAIC funding and resources from the Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre, an update from the ECH Alliance before a keynote presentation from Julie Taylor, Healthy Ageing Specialist, Life Sciences and Healthcare, Department for International Trade.
To support knowledge exchange we share all relevant HAIC related assets and information with our network.
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- HAIC Meeting Presentations - February 2021
- HAIC Meeting Presentations - March 2020
- HAIC Meeting Presentations - December 2019
- HAIC Meeting Presentations - September 2019
- HAIC Meeting Presentations - June 2019
- HAIC Meeting Presentations - April 2019
- HAIC Meeting Presentations - February 2019
- HAIC Meeting Presentations - December 2018
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- Centre for Ageing Better - Range of free-to-use ‘age-positive’ icons
- Centre for Ageing Better - Free-to-use Age-positive image library
- Older People, Town Centres and the Revival of the 'High Street’, Research Article by Judith Phillips. Nigel Walford, Ann Hockey and Leigh Sparks (published 22 February 2021)
- Age-Friendly Cities and Communities State of the Art and Future Perspectives, by Joost van Hoof and Hannah R. Marston in the International Journal of Environmental Health & Public Research (published 09 February 2021)
- Healthy Ageing Research Group - Wellbeing booklet with support and advice for older people isolating at home
- The University of Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on ageing - Developing age-friendly cities report
- British Society of Gerontology Ageing Issues website & publications (published 09 February 2021)
- Scottish Government - Adult social care: independent review (published 03 February 2021)
- SCDI Mind the Gap 2021 - Full Report
- SCDI Mind the Gap 2021 - Summary
- Report on Health Ageing 2.0 Key Challenges: High-Level Review of the Scottish Context
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The Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre (DHI) delivered a stimulating Healthy Aging workshop at TEDxGlasgow 2019. It was well chaired and generated a thought-provoking discussion amongst the groups with a diverse range of views and suggestions. The materials provided were a really innovative way of facilitating a discussion.