The project will identify and analyze various demographic, political, cultural, technological and clinical-health trends and drivers that are believed to affect understanding, exercise and organization of future health and care. International as well as national sources should be used, but with the use of international sources, relevance and importance for Norwegian relations must be emphasized.
Strengthen the sector's understanding of ICT as a health and social policy tool and help increase translation skills between technology, subjects and policies in the sector.
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