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Collaborative organisations

AI Lund  is an interdisciplinary network for research, education and innovation in the field of Artificial Intelligence. It is coordinated by Lund University and open to members from academia, industry, public sector and other organisations. The network has been formed to consolidate these activities and simplify contacts with students, industry and society as a whole.

Visit AI Lund homepage for more information. 

Health Innovation at Halmstad University includes research, education and collaboration on the development, evaluation and application of new products, services and solutions that develop the health and medical care and create opportunities for people to maintain and promote their own health. The work on health innovation takes place in collaboration with Region Halland, the municipalities in Halland, pertners from the business sector and universities and networks within the research field.

Visit the homepage of Health Innovation at Halmstad University for more information.

The coming years are expected to bring a large number of challenges with regard to the protection of health and provision of health services. Well-informed, interdisciplinary research into the legal dimensions of these challenges and their possible solutions will be essential.

Visit the seminar series homepage. The homepage is in Swedish.

Read more about Health Law project on its homepage.

Julius Center of the UMC Utrecht

Dr. Jaap Trappenburg is associate professor at the Julius Center of the UMC Utrecht. His main scientific focus is on self-management and behaviour change in chronic disease. He is project leader of the TASTE (TAilored Self- managemenT& E-Health) research program, a unique international scientific consortium. Trappenburg is founder and coordinator of Appl@b, an academic platform in the UMC Utrecht, focusing at user- centered development (scientific engineering) and evaluation of mHealth solutions in collaboration with strong partners from both IT and Creative industry. From 2016 Appla@b has merged into The Healthcare Innovation Center (THINC.) where he is now appointed as board member. Within THINC. his team offers tailor-made scientific services to innovators to support them in the stepwise development and evaluation of healthcare innovations that are WORK, REACH and are actually USED by end-users.

Mobile Heights is a non-profit ICT cluster organisation and networking community promoting innovation and growth in the digital world by connecting business, academia and society.

Mobile Heights was founded in 2009 by Sony, Ericsson, Telia Company, the Regional Council of Skåne and the universities of Lund and Malmö. Today we have around 120 members in Southern Sweden and in the Greater Copenhagen area.

Our main focus areas are Future Digital Health, Future Digital Society and Future Digital Industry.

Mobile Heights has its headquarters in Lund, Sweden.

The e-Health Institute at Linnaeus University works with research, evaluation, collaboration, and education within e-Health. We are a dynamic, interdisciplinary knowledge and learning environment that offers education and seminars within e-Health. We carry out research and evaluation projects with focus on user and citizen needs. We also offer single-subject courses and a master’s programme in e-Health.

Dr Tora Hammar is a pharmacist with a PhD in Biomedical Sciences. She is working as a senior lecturer in health informatics at the eHealth Institute, Linnaeus University. Toras research focus is eHealth and information systems related to medication management, including for example clinical decision support, shared medication lists, and electronic prescribing. In her research she is combing qualitative and quantitative methods, including pharmacoepidemiology and big data.

Read more about our research and education at the eHealth Institute here:

Helle Sofie Wentzer, Cand.Mag. PhD. Senior researcher at VIVE, and Professor in Human centered Health informatics, at Aalborg University. Board member of the Danish Center of Health Informatics. Program Committee member of the Annual Danish

Helle Sofie research focuses on the digitalization of health care form a practice and learning perspective, i.e. what does it mean (or not mean) to the users, the organization, its development and the patient role and safety herein. Helle Sofie has done interdisciplinary research and evaluation studies within e-learning, telemedicine, digital cognitive therapy, electronic patient records, online patient social networks (user-generated content), surgery support work and preventive medicine. Currently Helle Sofie is especially interested in the intermediated care paths of elderly and the possible roles of digital tools and platforms.

VIVE – The Danish Center for Social Science Research provides knowledge that contributes to developing the welfare society and strengthening quality development, efficiency enhancement and governance in the public sector, both in municipalities, regions and nationally.

VIVE Health focuses on the physical and psychological health of the population and the institutions, organisations and interventions aiming to improve health among the population. The department focuses on all target groups – from the as-yet unborn babies over children, adolescents and adults to elderly medical patients. There is also a focus on organisations and institutions working to achieve better health, e.g. hospitals, general practitioners, volunteer organisations and municipalities. The department also looks at the intersection between health and social interventions, as well as interactions with the employment area. (Twitter: @VIVEviden)

Health innovation at Halmstad University

Health Law

Mobile Heights

UMC Utrecht

VIVE - the Danish Center for Social Science Research