COHEAT 2017 Special Session on Connected Health Technologies Call for Papers EXTENDED

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Submission of papers for COHEAT 2017 Special Session on Connected Health Technologies has extended its deadline until 7th April. Please follow http://www.contel.hr/2017/cfp-special-session-coheat-2017/ for more details on the call for papers. Submissions will be handled through the EDAS Conference Management System. To submit a paper, please go directly to the paper submission portal available via https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=22845&track=84957. Questions regarding the paper submission process the conference taking place 29th June in Zagreb, Croatia can be directed to enject@ucd.ie.

Posted by Enject Editor on 28th March 2017

STSM Case Report Presentation

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As part of ENJECT’s Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) programme, a group of researchers will present the findings of a Case Report compiled in conjunction with their COST required Scientific Report and mission. Deemed to be a further benefit to the participant’s research and experience on the mission, the Action appealed for an additional Case Report drawing on the work already done during the STSM and in the Scientific Report. It is hoped that these Case Reports, which offer more detail on a certain aspect of the Scientific Report, will be compiled into a book and symposium of best case studies and delivered in February 2017 at a joint Management Committee Meeting and Workshop.

Posted by Enject Editor on 13th December 2016

Connected Health Repository Under Development

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Working in collaboration with CHESS (Europe’s first networked Connected Health PhD training programme), the ENJECT network is in the process of developing an online storage facility dedicated to Connected Health Technology-themed publications.  Student reviewed articles, project reports, and outcomes can be stored, searched, and shared amongst fellow PhD students. With the Action website acting as a repository for cross-national information in the field of Connected Health Technology, it is hoped that the sharing of information between the multidisciplinary fields of Connected Health and the countries engaged in its study will be achieved .

Posted by Enject Editor on 13th December 2016

Published: Connected Health in Europe: Where We Are Today?

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The ENJECT Report entitled Connected Health in Europe: Where Are We Today? is complete and published. The survey used in the compilation of the report aimed to develop an understanding of Europe’s readiness to adopt Connected Health/eHealth solutions at both a regional and a European level.  Most of the questions were answered at a national level, but some countries reported apparent regional differences.

Two MC members from each representative country responded in tandem to a majority of the questions based upon their own knowledge and understanding of the policies and procedures in place in their respective counties to form one cohesive knowledge set. Time was allowed for the referencing of additional reports and input on individual questions. The final result of the report forms the basis for a comprehensive overview of the state of Connected Health readiness not only at a local, but also at a European wide, level.

The document has been assigned an ISBN number and will be stored in the UCD Open Access Central Repository where it can be searched and referenced. For a full .pdf version of the report, please use the following link: Final Report

Everyone’s effort is greatly appreciated. The final results deliver valuable insights and form the basis for future research on Connected Health readiness and implementation.  The Action’s continued work will ensure maximum dissemination of the output.





Posted by Enject Editor on 1st December 2016

Call for Connected Health Winter 2016 Training School Applications

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Connected Health Data

This short, intensive course will take place at the University of Oulu, Finland from the 28th until the 30th of November 2016.  It will focus on a key area that is crucial to good Connected Health research – data driven solutions and a design thinking approach.

The course is targeted at students who are engaged in a PhD programme or postdoctoral research in a health-related context.  It is, however, open to students from all scientific disciplines.

The course is organised by the ENJECT Cost Action and is hosted by the INTERACT Research Unit at the University of Oulu, Finland.

Teaching methods used in this particular Training School include:

  • Lectures given by Senior Researchers
  • Individual and group exercises

A course certificate equaling 2.5 ECT credits will be awarded upon successful completion of the Training School.

Day 1: Monday, 28th November

1. Welcome and Practical Issues, Minna Isomursu, University of Oulu and Leader of Standards of Care Working Group, ENJECT

2. Group work on health data

3. Unstructured Data Analysis for Patient Safety, Vassilis Koutkias, Research Scientist with the Institute of Applied Biosciences at the Centre of Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH)

4. Data-Driven Solutions in Healthcare: A Design Thinking Approach, Patrick Slevin, Insight Centre for Data Analytics, University College Dublin, Ireland

Day 2: Tuesday, 29th November
AM: Group work on Connected Health Data, Patrick Slevin, Insight Centre for Data Analytics, University College Dublin
PM: Introduction to Facilitated Paper Writing, Director Connected Health, University College Dublin, Ireland

Legal Aspects of Sharing, Health Data, and Data Aggregation Issues, Harri Honko, Faculty of Signal Processing, Tampere Technical University, Finland


Day 3: Wednesday, 30th November
Trainees present and receive feedback  on their group work from senior ENJECT members.

Presentation of Award Certificates

Social Programme: To Be Confirmed

Monday, 28th November:    6.30pm: Training School Dinner

Tuesday, 29th November:    6.00pm: Cultural activity

Course Summary:

  • Language: English
  • Participants: up to 28
  • Total hours: 24 hours plus social events

Selection Process for Grantees:

There is no registration fee for the course.

Students have the opportunity to apply for grants to partially cover their travel, accommodation, and meal expenses. The following grants are offered:

  • 18 grants of €700 for students
  • up to 10 non-funded places for local students

The applicants should fill the e-registration form (see below) and include in one single document:

  • A cover letter with a statement of interest of up to one page
  • CV including a list of publications

The following selection criteria will be applied:

  • CV
  • Letter of interest
  • Gender balance
  • Country balance

Submission Deadlines

  • 16th September: Application submission
  • 28th September: Selection and announcement of participants

Oulu Training-School-Registration-Form

Please contact Minna Isomursu (Minna.Isomursu@oulu.fi) or ENJECT@UCD.ie with any questions.

Posted by Enject Editor on 13th August 2016

A recap of “The Learning Health System” 2015

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The December 2015 ENJECT Training School, focusing on The Learning Health System, featured a series of lectures including:

  • an Introduction to Connected Health by  Professor Brian Caulfield, (Chair) ENJECT and UCD Connected Health;
  • an overview of Connected Health Projects in the North of England by Professor John Ainsworth, University of Manchester, UK; 
  • Health Data Mining by Professor Tahar Kechadi, Insight Centre, University College Dublin, Ireland;
  • The Learning Health System by Dr. Vasa Curcin, Kings College London, UK; 
  • Knowledge Modeling for Diagnostic Support by Mr Derek Corrigan, Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, Ireland and
  • Software Engineering for Connected Health by Dr. Noel Carroll, ARCH and University of Limerick, Ireland.

The Training School took place over three days at UCD and targeted students who are engaged in a PhD programme or in postdoctoral research in a health-related context. Students from other scientific disciplines were also invited to attend.

Individual and group exercises, as well as hands-on workshops with patients and patient representative organisations focusing on the challenge of problem identification, gave students practical experience in two key areas that are crucial to good Connected Health research- routine translation of data into knowledge (the Learning Health System) and methodological perspectives (working with patient populations).

Posted by Enject Editor on 11th November 2015

Travel Grants for Connected Health Research

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COST Action TD 1405 Enject invites researchers from participating COST Countries to submit applications for the 2nd call for Short-Term Scientific Missions(STSM) Applications for missions occurring between 1st May 2016 and 31st January 2017.

Purpose of a STSM

STSMs are aimed at strengthening existing networks and fostering collaborations by allowing Researchers participating in a given COST Action to visit an Institution / Organisation in another Participating COST country / an approved NNC institution or an approved IPC institution . A STSM should specifically contribute to the scientific objectives of the COST Action , whilst at the same time allowing those partaking in the missions to learn new techniques , gain access to specific data, instruments and / or methods not available in their own institutions / organisations.

Please see the full call for STSM applications here: STSM CALL 2 Enject.  There are a number of pre-defined STSM opportunities available where host and project have already been identified and we are seeking interested researchers – see the list STSM-HOSTS Feb16.

Deadline for applications to be submitted: 1st March 2016

Notification of application outcome: 11th March 2016

Period of STSM : 1st May 2016  and 31st January 2017.

All STSM activities must occur in their entirety within the period specified above.

Please note that the application page has been integrated in e-COST allowing the future STSM applicants to create a complete e-COST profile at the same time as their STSM application. This will help the applicants to download their Grant Notification Letter as soon as the application is approved.

STSM applications can now be made by clicking on the following link www.cost.eu/STSM or by logging in e-COST and clicking on “STSM Application” on the menu available on the left.

If you have any questions relating to an STSM application please feel free to contact STSM co-ordinator, Kristina Drusany Staric (drusany@yahoo.com) or enject@ucd.ie.

Posted by Enject Editor on 22nd October 2015


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