On May 7th, representatives from all partners and the project coordinator participated in the half-time hearing in Stockholm. The meeting was held in the KKS-facilities. We anticipate that feedback will help steering the E-care@home project forward. The feedback, that is yet to be recieved, will be discussed during the fall.
On May 3rd, Örebro University hosted the biannual project meeting. Apart from following up on the progress in each work package, the day provided an opportunity to discuss: A permanent E-care@home demo at Ängen The upcoming workshops with elderly and healthcare representatives on May 30th. The workshops will be organized […]
The project coordinator of E-care@home (Professor Amy Loutfi) is holding a seminar at Vitalis in Gothenburg on April 24th 13:15-14:00 in R17/18. The session is part of the eHealth course at CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY. A limited number of seats are open for Vitalis/MIE delegates. During the lecture, Amy will […]
May 25th 2018, EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into force. The basis of GDPR, which replaces PuL (Personuppgiftslagen) is that the individual person owns the personal data and others can only process it, i.e. collect, store and process the data, if granted permission from the individual (consent) or […]
Jennifer Renoux from Örebro University will present at AI4X Health, Mar 13. AI4X is a series of one day conferences on the theme of Artificial Intelligence (AI), its development and application in different sectors in Sweden. The conferences are organized by WASP AI funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. […]