INDUCT stands for Interdisciplinary Network for Dementia Using Current Technology. This study is funded through H2020 Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions – Innovative Training Networks, 2015 (grant agreement number 676265), and is led by Professor Martin Orrell.
INDUCT is aimed at developing a multi-disciplinary, inter-sectorial educational research framework for Europe to improve technology and care for people with dementia, and to provide the evidence to show how technology can improve the lives of people with dementia.
The unique collaborative partnership INDUCT comprises 7 world leading research organisations and several international non-academic partners, such as Alzheimer Europe. The academic and non-academic partners within INDUCT are closely involved with INTERDEM, a well-established, interdisciplinary European collaborative research network of leading academics and researchers in 20 European countries with an aim to improve early detection and timely psychosocial intervention in dementia.
INDUCT is driving Europe to lead the world in research and research training in dementia care and technology, offering the greatest opportunity to be translated and disseminated into the real world where people with dementia live and are supported in their local communities.
You can read more about INDUCT and view project details on the INDUCT website.