Dr Papadopoulos presented the methodology and the key success factors of the project, the challenges being addressed by the RemoteCARE project, the innovative applications that will be developed within the project, exchanged experience and attracted the interest of the other project beneficiaries in the discussion panel for further collaboration.
•Dr Homer Papadopoulos from NCSR – IIT was invited to the workshop “Prevention in Personalised Medicine: Diabetes on Return.” This workshop is organized in the framework of the European Commission S3 Industrial Modernisation Platform – Partnership for Personalized Medicine. This workshop took place on 19 September 2019, at the TechMed Centre, in Enschede, the Netherlands •Dr Papadopoulos was invited in the AAL Forum 2019 by the EIP on AHA Conference of Partners (CoP2019) in the city of Aarhus, Copenhagen on the 23-25 September 2019.
Dr Homer Papadopoulos from NCSR presented the HealthNET (Interreg IPA-CBC) project in the workshop organized by EPIONI Greek Carers Network on the 6th of May 2019. The subject of the workshop was “Support for patients with heart disease. The contribution of their carers”
Dr Homer Papadopoulos from NCSR – IIT was invited to the Workshop “Access to Healthcare” in Tavira on the 28th of October 2018. This workshop was organized by the EU-funded project called “ESIF support in the area of health: building knowledge and capacities for monitoring and implementation, supporting innovation and effectiveness” (ESI Funds for health). Dr Papadopoulos presented Interreg V-A Greece – Bulgaria 2014-2020: RemoteCARE project. Dr Papadopoulos presented the methodology and the key success factors of the project, the challenges being addressed by the project, the innovative applications that will be developed within the project, exchanged experience and attracted the interest of the other project beneficiaries in the discussion panel for further collaboration.
In the framework of the European Innovation Partnership for Active and Healthy Aging (EIP on AHA), e-Health Unit of the Institute of Informatics and Telecommunications of NCSR Demokritos earned a distinction from European Union, in co-operation with academics, municipal authorities, small and medium-sized enterprises and non-profit organizations that are active in the field of health. With a statement, the European Commission (EU) awarded the “Attica Reference Site (AHA4Attica)” with distinction as “Reference Site 1* ” following a Call for EIP on AHA Reference Sites. The Attica Reference Site (AHA4Attica) will join a total of 77 regional and local organisations that have demonstrated the existence of comprehensive strategies to advance innovation and to understand and address the challenges of delivering health and care services to the ageing population.
The purpose of Attica Reference Site (AHA4Attica) is to:
Create a strong and credible network of actors to tackle demographic change, aging and health care after the digital transformation of 2020 that will be activated in the relevant European Union funding programs.
Improve the implementation status of e-Health services in the Attica region and contributing to constructive proposals to prevent and promote active healthy aging.
Participate in European activities related to Active Aging.
Promote prevention as a pre-requisite of Active Healthy Aging.
Inform healthcare providers about innovative practices related to Active Healthy Aging.
Actively contribute to the development of regional strategies for the use of innovations in Active Healthy Aging.
The Reference Site status has been granted to those organisations who have shown excellence in the development, adoption and scaling up of innovative practices for active and healthy ageing. This work should also be aligned with the strategic objectives of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) and the relevant new strategic developments including the Transformation of Health and Care in the Digital Single Market and work carried out through the Horizon 2020 WE4AHA CSA, particularly in the 3 horizontal initiatives, such as the Blueprint and the Innovation to Market (I2M) plan and MAFEIP.