CHESS won €3.9m funding under the Horizon2020 People Programme and the project commenced in September 2015. It is Europe’s first networked Connected Health PhD training programme and will recruit 15 PhD students internationally to cover 4 main areas of research and training in Connected Health.. More >


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Designing CH Solutions: Consider clinicians & end-user!

By Rob Argent, ESR 2 The ultimate goal in Connected Health research is to improve patient care or maximise the efficiency of a process by using innovative technologies. Yet it