The second Connected Health Ecosystem of 2021 will be held virtually on Tuesday 18th May, 10.30-12.00.
The meeting is centred on two new projects in connected health that are led by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and The Christie NHS Foundation Trust:
COSMIC-19: A pilot study to assess whether artificial intelligence combined with continuous vital signs monitoring from wearable sensors can predict clinically relevant outcomes in patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infection on general medical wards.
EMBRaCE: Enhanced Monitoring for Better Recovery and Cancer Experience in Greater Manchester.
Zoe Merchant (Specialist Occupational Therapist, The Christie)
Anthony Wilson (Consultant in Anaesthesia and Critical Care, MFT)
John Moore (Consultant in Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Medicine, MFT)
The Ecosystem event will feature presentations from the projects, and will offer a networking-style session to answer questions and facilitate connections between potential research partners.
Registration for the Connected Health Ecosystem is now open – tickets are limited, so we recommend securing your place now.
More information and agenda to follow.
The Ecosystem, which is coordinated by Digital Futures, plays an important role in bringing together key organisations and personnel in this area, creating a platform for sharing new and important policy developments, research, funding opportunities and innovations.
We are a member of the European Connected Health Alliance (ECHAlliance), a network of permanent multi-stakeholder Ecosystems across Europe, North America & China.
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The Ecosystem is delivered in partnership with the ECHAlliance and Health Innovation Manchester.