By Kelly Joyce, Meika Loe
Technogenarians investigates the older person?s stories of healthiness, sickness, technological know-how, and know-how. It offers a better theoretical and empirical figuring out of the biomedical elements of getting older our bodies, minds, and feelings, and the increase of gerontechnology industries and professions.
- A precise scholarly research into elders as know-how users
- Emphasizes the necessity to positioned getting older, technological know-how, and expertise within the middle of analyses of overall healthiness and illness
- Explores the increase of gerontechnology industries and professions
Offers a serious examine of the transformation of getting older our bodies, minds, and feelings into clinical difficulties wanting clinical solutions
Combines scholarly parts - technological know-how and know-how experiences and the Sociology of getting older, future health, and affliction - to supply leading edge scholarship
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Low-tech answers in high-tech times Providers reject the traditional ‘disease model’ of medicine – one that focuses on standardised measures and tests and on uniform diagnoses – in favour of strategies that allow them to gain a deeper perspective on why patients have particular symptoms. It comes as no surprise, then, that the modes of treatment they choose are preventative ones, which they also say are not part of the repertoire of contemporary clinical medicine: There is minimal emphasis on prevention in medical school.
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