E-Health Connect

                                          

The Common Dissemination Booster (CDB) is a brand-new service from the European Commission which encourages projects to come together to identify a common portfolio of results and showscase these to end-users, with an eye on exploitation opportunities.   TEAM ITN is a proud member of the CDB and is working with two other innovative training programmes Connected Health Early Stage Researcher Support System (CHESS) and Cancer: Activating Technology for Connected Health​ (CATCH). (Hover over CHESS / CATCH to go to respective websites)

TEAM ITN is collaborating with CATCH ITN and CHESS ITN to help disseminate associated information under an E-Health Connect platform.  CATCH ITN and CHESS ITN are programmes looking at e-health for cancer patients and connected health programmes.  Together the E-health Connect network will disseminate relevant information to wide audiences.  Information such as end user privacy and policies, well-being apps, connected health frameworks amongst other results will be disseminated to multiple stakeholders.

                     

The common objectives of these three projects are as follows:

  • To raise awareness of each project and to promote the projects to various stakeholders.
  • To encourage researchers to pursue a career in connected health.
  • To improve healthcare delivery through the activities and dissemination of each project.
  • To contribute to improved healthcare by providing better connected-health dissemination as part of Connected Health.
  • To contribute to research and training that ensures inter-disciplinary and inter-sectoral inputs.
  • To share knowledge and research with healthcare stakeholders and the research community.
  • To participate in the discussion and action to improve healthcare globally.

The common audience or stakeholders across this E-Health Connect platforms are:

  • Patients and patient organisations,
  • Healthcare workers,
  • Researchers and research institutions,
  • Educational organisations,
  • Industry, such as health technology industries,
  • Government bodies and European health policy experts,
  • General public.

Common portfolio of results will be disseminated through;

  1. E-health Connect webpage,
  2. Twitter (CHESS, CATCH & TEAM),
  3. Slideshare,
  4. Flyer, and
  5. Policy brief .

Our Network Partners

  • University College Dublin
  • Denmark Technical University
  • Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families
  • Region H Psychiatry
  • Technical University Vienna
  • ReachOut Ireland
  • Medical University Vienna
  • University of Glasgow
  • Telefonica Alpha