Date Hour Room Track
11th March,2024 Track 2

Tailoring dietary and healthcare interventions to individual needs and preferences can not only improve quality of life but also prevent and manage age-related health conditions. Personalisation requires the assessment of the situation via optimised diagnostic or the measurement of the well-being in the living environment. To render personalisation possible, it has to become accessible. Virtual monitoring and coaching could be a solution to support older people and maintain their independence at the same time. What is currently done and what improvements can be implemented? What are the policy perspectives to support this development? This panel discussion brings together experts at the intersection of nutrition, healthcare, and technology to explore the possibilities of personalisation.

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