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
Special Issue: Software Engineering for Connected Health (SECH) in the Journal of Software Evolution and Process Introduction Societal and demographic changes, coupled with economic challenges, have driven the need for transformation with respect to how [...]
ENJECT Training School: Making an Impact with Connected Health Research This short, intensive course will take place at King's College London Strand Campus in the heart of London from the 11th through the 13th of September 2017. [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
18 partner organisations from 8 European countries including universities, companies and healthcare providers have come together to redesign researcher education for connected health. 6 of the 8 core funded partners are members of the ENJECT [...]