This Action forms a network of experts and early stage researchers from diverse backgrounds, with significant fundamental and translational research contributions to the areas of medical informatics, health IT, medical devices, clinical innovation, human factors, and business modelling. Bringing this network of expertise together provides a valuable resource in terms of exchange of knowledge regarding the process of technology enabled innovation in health management. Furthermore, there is much to be learned from networking around the multiple approaches to evaluation of the impact of healthcare technology infrastructures and supports. This Action network also facilitates collaboration with community interest companies and not for profit initiatives that are influential in the area of connected health globally.
Ilya Šmorgun, Leader.
News & Events related to ‘Technology Assessment’ Working Group
COST Action TD 1405 ENJECT invites researchers from participating COST Countries to submit applications for the 2nd Call of the Grant Period for Short-Term Scientific Missions (STSM) Applications for missions occurring between March 2018 and 27th [...]
ENJECT Training School: Participatory Health Informatics Week This short, intensive course will take place in Seville, Spain from Wednesday the 6th June through Friday the 8th of June 2018. The course is targeted at students who are [...]
Co-located with its annual Management Committee meeting, ENJECT participated in the 14th International Conference on Telecommunications in Zagreb, Croatia in June 2017. The conference also hosted the second edition of the International Workshop on Connected [...]
To expand upon the definition of Connected Health as developed at ENJECT’s first management committee meeting over two years ago, the MC members present at a recent meeting recorded a video further explaining Connected Health [...]
As part of ENJECT’s Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) programme during Grant Period Two, a group of researchers presented the findings of a Case Report compiled in conjunction with their COST required Scientific Report and [...]
Encouraged by their success as a launching pad for researchers from less research-intensive countries, COST have initiated a new funding category which supports researchers from ITC Countries** with a fixed grant to attend Science and [...]