eHealthNews.EU Portal Research Project - Invitation for Further Collaboration

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Developing, implementation and analysis (the role) of the advanced web based platform and communication technologies for stimulating the growth of the European eHealth Research and Industrial sectors with continuous assessment and monitoring of the International eHealth trends and opportunitiesThis research project is addressed to all eHealthNews.EU Portal readers interested in strengthening the European eHealth domain. The proposed publication is an open invitation for further collaboration in advancing the European eHealth Research and Industrial sectors. The main project topic is "Identification and analysis of the web based platforms and communication technologies role in stimulating the growth of the European eHealth Research and Industrial sectors with continuous monitoring of the International eHealth trends and opportunities".

Present project proposes to implement in practice a novel web based “Know how” platforms and communication approaches applied to the entire eHealth domain which have been already explored in the frames of the eHealthNews.EU Portal. Additionally it will study the importance of the proposed strategies/activities in advancing the European eHealth Research and Industrial sectors.

Your feedback, contribution or comments are very welcome. This publication represents one of the first attempts to describe and disseminate the eHealthNews.EU Portal background, activities and the achieved results.

Some of the stringent project needs are:

  • Host institution/organization interested in further collaboration;
  • Your comments and feedback.

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