14 January 2011

ICT is flagship project of the EU Action Plan

"ICT for Health" has been integrated into the action plan of the EU Baltic Sea Strategy by the EU Commission. This decision ensures strong political support all over the Baltic Sea Region during the project’s lifetime. The main aim of the project is to strengthen the social acceptance of telemedicine.

In October 2009, the European Council gave the go-ahead for realising the EU Baltic Sea Strategy. Thus, an action plan was validated, containing concrete projects for improving the wealth of the Baltic Sea Region.

This action plan is being continuously updated. Its most recent version now also includes the "ICT for Health" project.

For more information please visit http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/cooperation/baltic/

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23 December 2010

Second newsletter published

The second newsletter of the ICT for Health project is published. It deals with how to transfer good pracices and how to learn with eHealth tools. Another issue is: Who is active in the project?

And: The website www.saluda-asd.eu is online. It links to an e-learning and self-monitoring programme for patients with chronic heart failure and medical professionals.

Click here for the Newsletter no 2.

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12 November 2010

PSC in Oslo: First outputs

PSC Meeting in OsloOn 8th and 9th November 2010 the project members of the ICT for Health Project met in Oslo, Norway.

During the first day the Project Steering Committee discussed strategic questions, e.g. how to address the main risks throughout the project cycle and how to enhance the visibility of the project to the target groups. This can be achieved by reconsidering objectives, visibility and commitment and by integrating stakeholders as early as possible. The implementation of guidelines for an output quality review was also decided.

The second day was all dedicated to the work-packages. First outputs could be finalised, e.g. the concept of an eHealth Acceptance Index to measure the acceptance of eHealth technology by citizens, medical professionals and decision makers and to compare it. The survey will start in the upcoming months. Additionally, the concept of the eLearning programme SALUDA was finalised and will be published soon. Patients with chronic heart diseases can learn more about their disease. Another output is the recommendation on how to consider eHealth in the education of students and professionals. This is the basis for the upcoming development of learning content.

The next project meeting will take place on 7th and 8th March 2011 in Vilnius, Lithuania.

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6 September 2010

State secretary visits ICT for Health

heinzmaurus.jpgDuring his summer tour, Heinz Maurus, State Secretary for European Affairs in the State Chancellery of the Land Schleswig-Holstein, visited the University of Applied Sciences, Flensburg to gather detailed information on ICT for Health. He expressed his support for the aims of the project and considers telemedicine an important aspect in improving health care, especially in rural areas. Therefore the acceptance of eHealth within the population has to be raised – which is the central objective of ICT for Health.

Heinz Maurus is proud to see Schleswig-Holstein being involved in crucial health care projects. The State Secretary promised to support the activities of the project because of its contribution to a strengthening of the health care system.

In addition to the ICT for Health project Prof Trill presented other eHealth activities of the University of Applied Sciences, Flensburg. These projects are encompassed by the master study course ‘eHealth’.

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