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Technology Enabled Care (TEC)

Technology makes it possible for people to live safely and independently in their own homes for longer. It helps people manage their own physical and mental health. Using digital tools can save unnecessary travel to GPs’ surgeries and hospitals, saving everyone time and money. Well presented information online can help people understand their own health better, and find activities to help them stay healthy.

Dundee’s TEC project is supported by the Scottish Government, Dundee City Council, Dundee Health & Social Care Partnership and NHS Tayside. The project staff gather and spread ideas, highlight best practice, make videos, run social media, carry out research through engagement and support change. The TEC team are behind the Dundee Smart Care Convention, an annual exhibition and conference about digital care, healthcare and independent living in the city.

You can read Dundee Health & Social Care Partnership’s Smart Health and Care Strategy here.

SmartCare 2020 has been postponed

COVID-19 has caused us to postpone the Dundee SmartCare 2020 event. We plan to run the event on a date yet to be set in the autumn.

Home and Mobile Health Monitoring

The TEC Project has a range of gadgets for home health monitoring. DVA colleague Rob Warren tried out the Kardia Mobile, which provides a swift electrocardiogram at low cost. You can find other videos on the DVA YouTube channel

See Professor Neubeck’s SmartCare presentation on electrocardiograms

Key Contacts:

Jimmy Black, TEC Communications Officer on 01382 305 702

Information & Updates

To keep up to date with all our latest news, follow us on Facebook @DundeeTEC, and some TEC videos on DVA’s YouTube.