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EVENTS, Minutes & Protocols



e-Health can provide innovative solutions addressing problems in ageing societies, as increasing numbers of citizens live with chronic diseases while health budgets are under pressure and health professionals are in shortage. Arguably, e-Health could also support the strong political drive to move care closer to the patient’s home1 and to empower patients, giving them control and shared responsibility to manage their disease.

Both e-Health and m-Health are already used (or have a potential for application) in practically every aspect of cardiac care such as prevention, diagnosis, risk assessment, monitoring, education, counselling and treatment. For these reasons, interest in e-Health and m-Heath is rapidly increasing. It is estimated that in 2017 50% of smartphone users will have at least one m-Health app.2 The use of such innovative solutions will hopefully restrain the escalating costs of healthcare. e-Health and m-Health are considered not only the first-line but sometimes the only chance for a large number of patients to access professional medical help, particularly in countries with large rural areas and few doctors or nurses.



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First training program will be conducted by TalTech 13/11/2020

Second training program will be conducted by IDM 15/1/2021

Third training program will be conducted by LNU 15/2/2021

e.Neurology will be focus

Kick off Meeting. Knowledge Triangle, Innovation: Reinforcing of Education, Research E Health and Medical Links.
10- 11 February 2020 at 6 October University.
1. Welcome speeches by Dr. Magdy Rady, Vice –president of October 6 university (O6U), prof. Ismail Hegazy, Dean of Faculty of applied Health science
2. ICU_RERE project presentation in details by prof. Mosad Zineldin, Linnaeus University (LNU) and discussions
3. Financial issue presentation by Valentina Vasicheva, Linnaeus University
4. Partners presentations
5. The partner declared their wishes to re-add Badr Univerity (BUC) to the consortium of the project because it will make significant contribution to the project.
6. Presentation and discussion in details the work packages and the leader of each package as well as co-leaders as was suggested by prof. Mosad Zineldin (LNU)
7. Discussion of the intended outcomes from the projects (centres, platform, Diploma or M.Sc. or internships, in-service training and capacity buildings. Tasks and responsibilities of each partner were distributed among all partners
8. Making Video conference with Jelena Mazaj representing CESIE (P3)

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