Notice: Call for Papers: Journal of Software Evolution and Process
Special Issue: Software Engineering for Connected Health
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21st October 2016: Giving a presentation on “Empowering Carers and Older Person’s through Connected Health Technology” at REACT – Reconciling employment and eldercare together, Castletroy Park Hotel Limerick.
mHealth Conference 2016
Date: 16th June 2016
Venue: Arts Millennium Building, National University of Ireland Galway
Summary: The NUI Galway mHealth research group (based in the School of Psychology) will host an international and interdisciplinary conference on Mobile Health (mHealth) in Galway this Summer. The event will include expert keynote speakers, short presentations on innovative research, a round table discussion and poster presentations. This event is for researchers, practitioners, policy makers, industry partners and those representing patient groups.
Come visit me at during the poster presentation. I will be presenting on “Mapping Healthcare Systems To Identify Connected Health Innovation Opportunities“.
A top European event for current and future healthcare leaders, patients and wellbeing experts will be taking place at Dublin’s Citywest Convention Centre on 26-27 May, 2016.
The conference will be examing a full range of health issues facing society with over 160 speakers, two days of workshops for patients and over 100 exhibitors. It is expected to attract over 2,000 delegates with innovators and global leaders attending from across the globe. The event will cover 15 distinct topics including mental health, corporate wellness, homecare, med tech, oncology, diabetes, ehealth and clinical leadership.
A key feature of the conference will include two days of patient workshops that will focus on a diverse range of health issues and will be hosted by groups including Headstrong, Irish Cancer Society, Diabetes Ireland, The Migraine Association, Neurological Association of Ireland and the Irish Platform for Patient Organisations. Come visit us at ARCH and join the joint Diabetes Ireland and ARCH workshop on Friday!
International Workshop on Cloud Connected Health (CCH)
in association with
Washington D.C., June 27-29, 2016
Health Research Futures Lab 2016
Delighted to have won 1st place and seed funding at the Health Research Futures Lab 2016 (IRC Creative Connections) with the group. The Health Research Futures Lab was a series of 4 workshops (21-22 March & 6-7 April 2016) which focused on interdisciplinary research and encouraged participants to develop a research proposal and pitch its novelty to a panel of experts. It was a wonderful experience to learn about the design-related approach to develop innovative interdisciplinary research and present it to the wider group of participants.
Refreshments will be served. We hope to see as many of you there as possible.
The Learning Health System: Training School
European Network for the Joint Evaluation of Connected Health Technology (ENJECT)
The December ENJECT Training School will focus on The Learning Health System and we invite you to come and join us for the Opening Day on Monday, 14th of December in University College Dublin. It will feature a series of lectures including:
- An Introduction to Connected Health by Professor Brian Caulfield, (Chair) ENJECT and UCD Connected Health;
- An overview of Connected Health Projects in the North of England by Professor John Ainsworth, University of Manchester, UK;
- Health Data Mining by Professor Tahar Kechadi, Insight Centre, University College Dublin, Ireland;
- The Learning Health System by Dr. Vasa Curcin, Kings College London, UK;
- Knowledge Modeling for Diagnostic Support by Mr Derek Corrigan, Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, Ireland and
- Software Engineering for Connected Health by Dr. Noel Carroll, ARCH and University of Limerick, Ireland.
Click here for Timetable and Location Details
International Workshop on Smart and Connected Health (SCH 2015)
Co-located with IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics (ICHI2015)
- Christopher C. Yang, Drexel University, USA
- Hsinchun Chen, University of Arizona, USA
- May Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
- Haodong Yang, Drexel University, USA
- Noel Carroll, University of Limerick, Ireland
- Ita Richardson, University of Limerick, Ireland
eHealth Ireland Ecosystem – Clinical Engagement
The eHealth Ireland Ecosystem welcomes expressions of interest to attend its second instalment on Clinical Engagement. You can register your interest below. The Department of Health and HSE are happy to announce that the eHealth Ireland Ecosystem will host its second official meeting of the eHealth Ireland Ecosystem on September 18th at the Clyde Court Hotel, Dublin 4. Following on from the successful launch of the eHealth Ireland Ecosystem last June and a series of awareness raising initiatives starting at eHealth Week in 2013 and culminating at the Health Informatics Society of Ireland Annual Conference in November 2015 the Department working with the HSE has chosen the Health Informatics Society of Ireland (HISI) and the European Connected Health Alliance (ECHAlliance) to facilitate the external support of the Ecosystem by bringing together stakeholders from across the eHealth spectrum. The Second meeting of the Ecosystem will focus on Clinical Engagement.
More information/registration available at the Health Informatics Society of Ireland (HISI) website: http://www.hisi.ie/events/view/956
The Learning Health System in Europe Conference
24-25 September 2015 | Hotel Bloom, Brussels, Belgium
The Department of Health and HSE are happy to announce that the eHealth Ireland Ecosystem will host its first official meeting of the eHealth Ireland Ecosystem on June 29th at the Clyde Court Hotel, Dublin 4.
For more details, visit: http://www.hisi.ie/ecosystem/
Call for Papers!
International Workshop on Processes for Software-as-a-Medical Device (ProSaaMD)
Co-located with International Conference on Software and System Process (ICSSP) 2015
August 24-26, 2015, Tallinn, Estonia
Theme: Software Engineering for Healthcare
- Dr. Noel Carroll, Lero – the Irish Software Research, University of Limerick, Ireland
- Dr. Ita Richardson, Lero – the Irish Software Research, University of Limerick, Ireland
Mhealth Conference NUI Galway: June 9th 2015
ARCH Breakfast Briefing
Connected Health – An Overview of the Regulatory Environment.
ARCH will host a Breakfast Briefing on the 22nd May 2015 from 7.30 –8.45am at NexusUCD Belfield Office Park. The topic for our second ARCH breakfast briefing is ‘Connected Health: An Overview of the Regulatory Environment’ presented by the Data Theme Research Lead, Dr. Noel Carroll. There will also be an update from the ARCH Centre Director, Michael O’Shea, which will bring particpants up to date on the ARCH research agenda and will also outline the Irish Research Council’s Enterprise Partnership Scheme and how it might benefit industry members. The session will wrap up with 20 minutes for Q&A and networking.
Refreshments will be served. We hope to see as many of you there as possible.
Booking via EventBrite
ARCH Launched today!!!
18/05/2015: A €5m Government-backed centre, which will develop new connected technology for use in the healthcare sector, is to be officially launched today. The new Applied Research for Connected Health Technology Centre, or ARCH, will be hosted at University College Dublin with input from University of Limerick and other third-level institutions. For more information, check out http://www.arch.ie
National Healthcare Conference 2015 (May 28)
Firmly established in the calendars of Ireland’s Healthcare professionals, the National Healthcare Conference & Exhibition is the must be at independent annual healthcare event.
The event provides an impartial platform which supports and promotes the sustainable delivery of health services in Ireland. Now in its ‘mid teens’ the event has built a long lasting reputation for setting the care agenda and has become an efficient and effective way of providing healthcare leaders with networking, knowledge, inspiration and ideas that promote reform of health services provision.
“Software as a Medical Device: The Regulations and their Impact on Your Business”
Enterprise Ireland and Molecular Medicine Ireland would like to invite you to a seminar looking at software as a medical device at Enterprise Ireland, Eastpoint, Dublin 3 on Friday 20th February 2015, 10.00am to 15.30pm.
With the increasing prevalence and complexity of software in the medical device industry, it is sometimes difficult to determine if the software is a medical device and, if applicable, which classification rule to apply under the European Medical Device Directive MDD 93/42/EEC.
The objective of the seminar is for participants from academia, manufacturing, software developers and clinicians to gain a greater understanding of the regulatory environment, quality management system required and processes and procedures required during the development of a medical device that incorporates software. You will also hear real life case histories of companies/researchers experiences in developing software medical devices.
Registration will remain open up until the 13th February or until a capacity of 48 attendees has been reached.
Register your details on: http://www.molecularmedicineireland.ie/education/course_info/1/301
There is no administration fee for this event.
Behaviour Change Intervention Design & Evaluation within the Intervention Mapping Framework
12-13:00, Wednesday 11 February
Room G067, Ground Floor, Arts Millennium Building Extension
Dr. Jenny McSharry
Health Behaviour Change Research Group
Dr. Mc Sharry will present take home messages and points for discussion from a recent British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology workshop facilitated by Professor Charles Abraham. The workshop focused on the process of intervention planning, design and evaluation within the ‘Intervention Mapping’ framework and the use of theory to explain mechanisms of behaviour change.
Education and the Needs of Irish Medtech: Joint Industry-Academia Workshop
Where/When: UCC, Tuesday, January 20, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM
The Irish medtech sector is the second fastest growing in the country with significant employment opportunities for graduates from Irish third level institutions. The need for third-level institutions to respond to this reality in a cohesive and coordinated manner has been recognised at national level.
The workshop will provide an interdisciplinary forum where third-level educators and industry can exchange views and opinions on the current needs for teaching and learning within this space. Join us at University College Cork on January 20th, 2014 for this exciting forum and pass this invite along to your colleagues.
Mark Bruzzi, Director of BioInnovate Ireland and Lectuer at NUI Galway
Dave Tallon, Vice President for Technology & Procedural Innovatio at Stryker Instruments
Tanya Mulcahy, Centre Manager at the Health Innovation Hub
Daithí Fallon, Director of the Medical Engineering Device Innovation Centre (MEDIC) at CIT
This workshop is enabled by the support of the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.