Connected Health Repository – STSM Case Reports

As part of ENJECT’s Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) programme, a group of researchers have reported the findings in a Case Report which was 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.

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 .

The Case Reports, which offer more detail on a certain aspect of the Scientific Report, can be accessed below.

ePrescription in development – Mauro Sacco

ePrescripton in development – Gianluca Bezzina

Evaluation and design on mobile applications related to healthy aging and dementia – Vasiliki Mylonopoulou

Evaluation of the impact of healthcare technology on novel services for healthcare and wellbeing – Vladimir Trajkovik

Exploration of Connected Health Challenges and Barriers in the Oulu Health Ecosystem – Guido Giunti

Qualitative exploration of the opinions and preferences of breast or prostate cancer survivors on physical activity coaching applications – Francisco Guerra

Quantification of physical activity levels through accelerometry – Gabriel Ruiz Signorelli

Real-time detection of cardiac arrhythmia using ECG signals – Maryam Alimardani

Scaling-up ICT innovation in Healthcare Systems – Elisa Valia Cotanda

Smokers’ Research on a Connected Health Solution Using Social Comparison – Vasiliki Mylonopoulou

Technology needs and constraints for pervasive connected health – Casandra Grundstrom

Technology needs and constraints for pervasive connected health – Mate Bestek

Technology needs and constraints for pervasive connected health – Michael Persson

Technology needs and constraints for pervasive connected health a case study on the NeOse device for anosmia – Matthew Coleman

Temporal pattern recognition on sparsely sampled multichannel spirometry data utilizing machine learning techniques – Achilleas Chytas

The evaluation of possibilities of a smart rollator in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis – Hilkka Liedes

Understanding needs and proposing digital solutions to support head and throat cancer patients in their rehabilitation process – Talya Porat

Design thinking – proposing digital solutions to support head and neck cancer patients in their rehabilitation process – Talya Porat

Designing an ePBL module for interprofessional education in connected health – Ioanna Chouvarda

Designing an ePBL module for interprofessional education in connected health – Tara Cusack

Developing business models for connected health platforms – Kosjenka Dumancic

Discuss possible features and improvements in smart homes to facilitate healthcare for different groups of people – Lina Xu

ECG signal filtering, analysis and parameter estimation – Egle Butkeviciute

eHealth and mHealth tools to support lifestyle behavioral change for CVD prevention and management – Naomi Aerts

Empowerment challenges of patients with Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) – Maria Karampela

Empowerment of innovative mobile application for palliative care in advanced cancer treatment E-IMPACT – Tomi Kovacevic

Enabling co-creation of value in connected health service – Sofia Ouhbi

Eprescription – Simon de Belder & Marieke Robbrecht

Aligning clinical systems’ data and interactions with externally defined flows, guidance or decision support – Bogdana Veselinovic

Aligning clinical systems’ data and interactions with externally defined flows, guidance or decision support – Jovana Vuleta-Radoicic

A qualitative exploration of the potential for connected health solutions to generate actionable health data in the home – Patrick Slevin

Analyzing goal-setting strategies used in behavior change for designing personal goals for digital healthcare services – Olli Korhonen

Analyzing service personalization possibilities the telemedicine system enables for healthcare professional and patient – Olli Korhonen

Applying M2M communication and loT technologies in smart home scenarios to assistant healthcare – Lina Xu

Business model for office hysteroscopies – Kristina Drusany Staric

Computer-based physical activity and elderly people empowerment through e-coaching platforms – Vasiliki Zilidou

Design and evaluation of connected health technologies for the national danish patient portal – Guido Giunti

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