Working groups reflect specific areas of interest that feed up into overarching ENJECT objectives.
Standards of Care
An ENJECT Working Group
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This requires the development of prototypes to understand how best process models can be presented to healthcare professionals. Access to experts who have knowledge and experience of prototyping tools and system environments to promote communication and develop the best process model can only be achieved in its largest and most comprehensive manner by this Action network.
Prof Minna Isomursu, Leader.
News & Events related to ‘Standards of Care’ Working Group
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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 [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]
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 [...]
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