ATHIKA team is a part of Erasmus + Day and discusses how the new technologies related to IoT and AI allowed to collect detailed information about people and their environments, and also raised many ethical concerns.
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Social distancing and teleworking has become the goal overwhelming personal and professional ambitions in nowadays. As ATHIKA consortium follows the hottest topics in healthcare sectors promoting advanced training in Health Innovation Knowledge Alliance, the latest outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic takes the central focus.
As part of the prevention and control measures of the health alert for the SARS-COV-2 pandemic, the on site teaching activity at the La Salle-URL Campus has been stopped, but not the education activity. From 16th March, the on-site activity is being carried out online, to not interrupt the education process, which is the main commitment of La salle-URL to its students.
Visual and intuitive iGUIDE software aids the user with clinical workflows and ensures accurate positioning of the robotic couch to the defined isocenter co-ordinates based on correctional data received from on-board 3D volume imaging system, using all six degrees of freedom. One of the obstacles to achieving accuracy in the delivery of radiation therapy is patient positioning under linear accelerator.
Specialists from Pharmatics and their colleagues from patient support group the Cheyne Gang (Scotland) have developed an innovative digital intervention to improve effectiveness and patient engagement in self-management of chronic lung conditions. Supported self-management is known to be safe and effective, but tends to reduce to one-size-fits-all “things” given to patients.
On 4th of November 2019, Dr Stamos Katsigiannis of the School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences of the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) attended SICSA DemoFest 2019 in Edinburgh, UK, to present on the ATHIKA Erasmus+ European project which got underway on 2019.
The ATHIKA project was presented on 23rd of October, 2019 in the Knowledge Alliance Cluster, to the other project representatives and some magnificent ideas were shared about the Knowledge Alliance project and interesting collaborations arisen.
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The 1st ATHIKA Symposium on eHealth Challenges Identification and Analysis took place on the 27th of June in Barcelona. This event was open to all targeted audiences and led to the identification of e-health innovation challenges, drivers, and barriers as well as to the growth of health innovation synergies with other knowledge fields such as Smart Cities.
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