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What is ENJECT?

ENJECT is a 4 year research coordination programme funded by COST- the longest running European framework that supports trans-national cooperation among researchers, engineers, and scholars across Europe. ENJECT falls within the realm of Connected Health Research which focuses on a new technology-enabled model of healthcare delivery and encompasses terms such as wireless, digital, electronic, mobile, and tele-health. All stakeholders in the process are ‘connected’ by means of timely sharing and presentation of accurate and pertinent information regarding patient status through smarter use of data, devices, communication platforms, and people. ENJECT brings together an international network, including business and revenue modellers, clinicians, technologists, engineers, economists, ethnographers and health researchers, to help society to answer one question – how to connect therapies, patients and care-givers to deliver optimum health results in an era of stretched resources and increasing demands. Read More.

European Network for the Joint Evaluation of Connected Health Technology

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We work with small and large companies, from start-up to multi-billion dollar corporations.

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Join the Management Committee

Designing and overseeing the delivery of the ENJECT work programme

Join the Management Committee

Meets twice a year in person and has a number of remote meetings. Read More >

Join a Working Group

Four groups that meet once or twice a year either remotely or in person

Join a Working Group

Each working group is responsible for key deliverables within the ENJECT project and all working groups collaborate to ensure co-ordinated output. Read More >

Attend an Event

Attend open events throughout the year

Attend an Event

Open to academics, industry representatives, clinicians, patients and others. Read More >

Latest ENJECT News & Events

Call for Submission in Research and Development of Software Engineering for Connected Health

Special Issue: Software Engineering for Connected Health (SECH) in the Journal of Software Evolution and Process Introduction Societal and demographic [...]

Intensive Course 24th-25th November: Game Design Thinking for Healthcare Presented by Dr Guido Giunti

A two day course will be held Thursday 24th-Friday 25th November at the Tellus Stage on the main campus at [...]

Call for Connected Health Winter 2016 Training School Applications

Connected Health Data This short, intensive course will take place at the University of Oulu, Finland from the 28th until [...]

A recap of “The Learning Health System” 2015

The December 2015 ENJECT Training School, focusing on The Learning Health System, featured a series of lectures including: an Introduction to Connected [...]

Travel Grants for Connected Health Research

COST Action TD 1405 Enject invites researchers from participating COST Countries to submit applications for the 2nd call for Short-Term [...]

Europe’s first networked Connected Health PhD training programme wins €3.9m

18 partner organisations from 8 European countries including universities, companies and healthcare providers have come together to redesign researcher education [...]