A new policy brief sheds a light on ageism as a barrier to the adoption and use of digital technology in later life and suggests recommendations to address it. EuroAgeism is a unique collaboration of doctoral researchers in the field of ageism. One of the distinguishing features of this network is its strong focus on policy-oriented research. The project aims to support evidence-based policies in the field of ageism. It also disseminates the research findings to policy stakeholders and the general public to decrease ageism in everyday life, in clinical and in social practice, and in law and policy across Europe. As part of this work, EuroAgeism students are preparing a series of policy briefs.
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