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Living by numbers?:How home based self-monitoring becomes part of COPD patients experiences and ways of handling chronic illness in everyday life

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Danish Association for Science and Technology Studies
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  • Design
  • Engineering
  • Medicine

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Call for papers and abstracts DASTS 2011 Page 1 of 44 Call for papers and abstracts DASTS 2011 Session: Engagements with Technologies, store auditorium, 11.30-­‐13.00, Thursday Chair: Katia D. Søndergaard & Jamie Wallace Papers: The Use of Clinical Skills Labs in Nursing Education Ann Katrine Bønnelykke Soffer, PhD stud, The Danish School of Education, Aarhus University Prototyping within engineering design as a case of fluctuating practice and technological inducement Jamie Wallace, Postdoc, Institute of Learning, DPU, Aarhus University Learning situated technological literacy Cathrine Hasse, Professor, DPU, Aarhus University Technological abandonments and their consequences for professional practices Katia Dupret Søndergaard PhD assistant professor in Organisational Psychology, Aarhus University The Use of Clinical Skills Labs in Nursing Education Ann Katrine Bønnelykke Soffer PhD stud, The Danish School of Education, Aarhus University The lines between people and technologies, bodies and things have been drawn and redrawn within healthcare and medicine for quite some time. Technologies have been inserted into bodies or attached to limbs such as pacemakers, implants and prostheses. Likewise, bodies have been objectified, especially within medicine when medical students or surgeons have made use of cadavers or limbs to practice new surgical techniques. Today, a h

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