The Covid 19 pandemic and emergency has highlighted the precarious conditions in urban and areas and has bettered opportunities offered by smaller towns and inland areas in which the healthy atmosphere, sparser population and sustainable relational system represent alternative ways of life, guaranteeing physical space and health controls without actually entailing social distancing and isolation. This is even more crucial for the weaker elements, of any age and condition, for whom a different model of living embodies prudence and prevention.The marginality of services represents a limitation on the possibility of transforming villages and small towns into alternatives with regard to quality of life. This research aims to explore the feasibility of a new model of assistance, with the help of new technology now on the market and by integrating local and regional resources, so as to place the patient at the centre of a networked and travelling medical system.
|Numero di pagine||5|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2020|