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Dr Burnard publishes article about iterative model of ethical analysis

Dr Michael Burnard, InnoRenew CoE’s deputy director, and colleagues from Portugal, the Netherlands, Croatia, Belgium, Italy and Germany recently published a new article, “The iterative model of ethical analysis for large-scale implementation of ICT solutions”, in Translational Medicine @ UniSa.

The article presents a model and methodology for understanding the underlying ethical principles of large-scale implementation of ICT solutions for Active and Healthy Ageing. Partners from the Pharaon project were involved in this research and shared their knowledge and expertise about the main ethical and societal challenges.

Translational Medicine @ UniSa is the Medical School of the University of Salerno’s official journal , and it publishes research findings that close the gap between laboratory discoveries and clinical medicine.