|Title||led by:||supported by:|
|SenSecPhD||Sensor Security for the Internet of People, Things and Services||Seraj Fayyad||NFR|
|GravidPluss||Health App for Diabetes in Pregnancy||Mirjam Lukasse||NFR|
|DigI||Non-discriminating Access for Digital Inclusion||Josef Noll||NFR|
|Trygt Svangerskap||Trygt Svangerskap/Reducing Violence in Pregnancy||Mirjam Lukasse||NFR|
|Title||led by:||supported by:|
|MinMat||MinMat - Research on breakfast habbits||Mone Eli Sæland||HiOA|
eHealth is a term being introduced to link advances in information and communication to the well-being of people. Some of the dominant trends are
- the analysis of information through computer systems, sometimes noted as cognitive computing. In this field information is gathered about the person, living style, surrounding, genetics to find either
- specific treatment of a person, sometimes entitled personal medicin or
- means of suggesting alternative practises to lifestyle in order to minimize risks of e.g. diabetes or heart attack.
- the use of sensors both in analysis, treatment and in the every-day life, e.g.
- using sensors or devices to monitor the fitness or well-being of a person
- non-invasive sensors to monitor blood sugar and blood pressure
- communication between sensors, the devices of the person and the the cloud.
In eHealth we will also take into consideration the handling of information, especially the context- and content-aware handling of such information. As an example, regular measurements of Diabetes might only need to be distributed in a secure way to an archive, while sensors indicating a heart attack might broadcast the message to everyone in the surrounding.
Projects related to eHealth are
|All pages containing keywords||Agneta Yngve, Barbara E Ainsworth, EHealth, Edvin Holsæter, Eugen Rotariu, Felix Sukums, Hans A. Kielland Aanesen, Katja Schaffrath, Lena Henriksen, Marcel Eggum, MinMat, Mone Eli Sæland, Network of Things for Medical Care, Oslo Medtech, Smartphone supported Activity Level Estimation, Trygt Svangerskap|
Contains pages with keyword "EHealth".
Courses and ThesisThesis
- Network of Things for Medical Care (Keywords EHealth, IoT, Internet of Things, Routing, Network)
- Smartphone supported Activity Level Estimation (Keywords Context, Mobile, Sensor, EHealth, Shepherd, Telenor Objects, ANT+, Bluetooth)
- Agneta Yngve (works at: HiOA, with topics: EHealth, Physical activity)
- Barbara E Ainsworth (works at: Arizona State University, with topics: 3rd wave of health, EHealth, Education, Physical activity)
- Edvin Holsæter (works at: Telenor Objects, with topics: EHealth, Visma, Instrumentation, Sensors)
- Eugen Rotariu (works at: Vitheia, with topics: EHealth, IoT, Sensor communication)
- Felix Sukums (works at: NIMR, with topics: Global Health, EHealth, Informatics)
- Hans A. Kielland Aanesen (works at: TGOV, with topics: EHealth, IoT, OASIS)
- Katja Schaffrath (works at: KuppingerCole, with topics: Life Management Platform, EHealth)
- Lena Henriksen (works at: HiOA, with topics: EHealth, Violence, Pregnancy)
- Marcel Eggum (works at: UiO, with topics: Complex event processing, EHealth)
- Mone Eli Sæland (works at: HiOA, with topics: Nutrition, EHealth)
eHealth in Norway
eHealth (eHelse) is a recent term for healthcare practice supported by electronic processes and communication, dating back to at least 1999 [Wikipedia]. Usage of the term varies: some would argue it is interchangeable with health informatics with a broad definition covering electronic/digital processes in health while others use it in the narrower sense of healthcare practice using the Internet.
Activities and contacts
In Norway the following activities are related to eHealth
- University of Agder med eHelse lab, contact Rune Fensli
- SFI - Tromsø Telemedicine, contact: Gunnar Hartvigsen
- Høyskolen i Bergen, 250 households on Kvaløy(??), contact: Knut Øvsthus
- Altibox and University of Stavanger, contact: Chunming Rong
- Borg Innovasjon, nordisk prosjekt for utvikling og testing av smart teknologi for omsorgssektoren , Contact: Bjørn Horten
- Telenor Objects (http://www.telenorobjects.com) samarbeid med Visma (http://visma.no) og Tieto (http://tieto.no), contacts: Juan Carlos Lopez Calvet, Hans Christian Haugli
- VerdIKT Internet of Things Value Creation network - http://www.internet-of-things.no
- Oslo ICT Network,
- eHelse, e.g. omsorgsteknologi og samhandling
- Selvbetjent velferd/hjelp til selvhjelp - hva må til ? (15 mars 2012)
- Head of the Norwegian Health Care CSIRT (Computer Security Incident Response Team), Contact: Suhail Mushtaq
- Movation - ehealth Innovation. Contact: Gunnar
- Safer@Home project in VERDIKT program: http://www.forskningsradet.no/servlet/Satellite?c=Nyhet&cid=1253970599010&p=1226993814948&pagename=verdikt%2FHovedsidemal
- eHelseUKA2012 at Campus Grimstad in June 11-15.
- Oslo ICT network. Selvbetjent velferd/hjelp til selvhjelp - hva må til ? (15 mars 2012)