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Expert papers

  • Duff, P. and Cullen, K. (1999). Assistive Technology: New Opportunities for People with Dementia and their Carers. Paper to International Conference on Ageing 'Promoting Independence & Quality of Life for Older Persons'. Arlington, Virginia, USA, Dec.
  • Cullen, K., et al. (1996a). MART - Final synthesis report: Prospects for a European Market for Telecommunications-based Applications of Assistive Technology. Dublin: Work Research Centre.
  • Cullen, K. et al. (1996b). MART - Applications of Telecommunications for Elderly and Disabled People. Dublin: Work Research Centre.
  • Cullen, K. et al. (1995a). MART - Final report on: Telecommunications Requirements of Assistive Technology Applications. Dublin: Work Research Centre.
  • Cullen, K. et al. (1995b). MART - Final report on: The Existing and Emerging Telecommunications Situation in Europe of Importance for Assistive Technology Applications. Dublin: Work Research Centre.
  • Cullen, K. et al. (1995c). MART - Final report on: Social Policy - Issues of Importance for the Telecommunications-based Assistive Technology Marketplace and Strategic Options for the Future. Dublin: Work Research Centre.
  • Wynne, R. (1993). Action for Health at Work: Next Steps. Policy Paper. Dublin: Work Research Centre.
  • Cullen, K. (1992). Telecommunications Services and the Elderly. Expert input to COST 219 Seminar on Access to Control Systems, Dublin, June 1992.
  • Wynne, R. (1992). Action Taken for Health in European Companies. Paper to Reunion Internacional sobre la Salud, la Seguridad y la Higiene en el lugar de Trabajo. Santander, October 29-30.
  • Wynne, R. (1992). Workplace Health Promotion in the European Community: An Overview. Paper to: CIANS-ISBM Satellite Conference, Second International Congress of Behavioural Medicine. Hamburg, Germany, July 15-18.
  • Cullen, K., Kenny, S., Moran, R. and Murray, B. (1989). TEAPOT: Teleworking Applications and Potential for People with Physical Disabilities. Dublin: Work Research Centre and National Rehabilitation Board.

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