e.Health & Quality
Application of E-Health will facilitate efficient and high-quality care delivery, people-centered and continuous care, as well as proactive and preventive care.
The banner for the CeHI is found at the following school of health sciences page :
The announcement about CeHI on MUBS website :
detailed info about MUBS CeHI found on the following link :
conducted dissemination day 8 April 2021 :
Project presentation by MUBS
Dissemination Event at MUBS. https://www.mubs.edu.lb/oia/news/ehealth.aspx
Reinforcement and modernization of experiential education in health sciences curricula (Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry and Nursing, allied health services, clinical psychology, etc.)
Introduction of inter-professional teaching and learning activities, including new joint In-service Inter-professional training and courses for all health sciences students.
Teaching competency development of academic staff and teacher practitioners/clinician-educators, including introduction of Training & Teaching Certificate in Health Professions Education (TTC-HPE) study program.
To develop the Knowledge Triangle, innovation: Education-Research- health business web platform KTEIR for collaboration in developing and commercializing innovative PHC system and tools.
The mission of the I C U- RERE project is to inforce A Knowledge Triangle (AKT) Approach to integrate Education, Research and Community (ERC) to provide timely e.health system focuses on the advances in technology that offer patients, practitioners, medical centres, and hospitals new and innovative options for high quality and cost effective e.medical and healthcare. The major four corner stones of the ICU-RERE are C A R E:
Creating of a new relationship between the healthcare sector (Industry), health professional and University (Education & Research) a true partnership, where decisions are made in a shared manner including training of physicians through online sources (continuing medical education)
Achieve and Enhance high quality. E-health may enhance the quality of health care for example by allowing comparisons between different providers, involving patients’ additional power for quality assurance.
Research and evidence based - e-health interventions should be knowledge and evidence-based in a sense that their effectiveness and efficiency should not be assumed but proven by rigorous scientific research and evaluation.
Efficiency - one of the promises of e-health is to increase efficiency in health care, thereby decreasing costs by avoiding duplicative or unnecessary diagnostic or therapeutic interventions.
ACHIEVED OUTCOMES/ PROGRESS
WP4: Study program-TalTech 4/4/2022
WP 8 & 5: Capacity building report: Content and Quality February 2022
WP4: TalTech in-service training document 29/9/2021
WP9: Interim report by CESIE 23/8/2021
WP6: Some conducted dissemination Activities 12/6/2021
WP4: ZOOM Training program by LNU 15/2/2021
WP3 Report by Genoa Univ. 10/2/2021
WP1 Report by BAU. November 2020
WP8: First internal quality evaluation report of kick-off meeting February 2020
The first virtual monitoring of ICU-RERE project ICU-RERE in Lebanon - Tuesday 24 November 2020.
Report about the Capacity Building training by TalTech 13/11/2020
Healthcare sector Cooperation with University to establish the triangle University-Enterprise e.Health Centers
2. e.Health Diplomma/ Masters
& other short term studies
3. Establishing of EU- Partner universities triangle Platform for Research & Education, consultation and training
4 Academic & non-academic capacity
Building and training by e-health
technologists and e- medical clinic specialists
. 5 In-service training including health plans consultation
Mobile eHealth or mHealth broadly encompasses the use of mobile telecommunication as IPhones, network, and multimedia technologies as they are integrated within mobile and wireless health care delivery systems for better healthcare.