WHO has worked with many Member States on various areas of policy to assist them in navigating through the crisis. This work, as well as an in-depth examination of selected countries and the results [...]
TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAT BERLIN Project context and objectives: The objective of the SIAM project is to develop a multi-dimensional assessment support system that helps to increase reflexivity and incl[...]
EUROPÄISCHE AKADEMIE ZUR ERFORSCHUNG VON FOLGEN WISSENSCHAFTLICH-TECHNISCHER ENTWICKLUNGEN Project context and objectives: NANODIARA, a research project funded under the Seventh Framework Programme ([...]
Allergy Track is a new mobile app which helps people suffering from allergy to stay on track with their allergic and respiratory symptoms during critical periods and helps measuring the impact of the[...]
Having hospital visits from a robot may sound like a strange form of therapy, but according to robotics experts, they can be extremely helpful therapeutic devices. The idea comes from the MOnarCH pro[...]
The use of technology to revolutionise healthcare delivery and improve patient outcomes will be the focus of international eHealth Week, taking place in Dublin’s Convention Centre from 13th – 15th May 2013.
As people enter old age it can become increasingly difficult to maintain a good quality of life without help. Perhaps a faltering memory leads to missed meals or drinks, or a decrease in mobility lea[...]
Below is an updated version of the EPHA briefing on cyber security and health technologies, first published in September 2012, taking account of developments and further EPHA work since then. As note[...]
The DREAMING project, which carried out randomised control trials across six pilot sites to assess the impact of telemonitoring on the health and quality of life of older people with chronic conditions, concluded its activities in June 2012.