ETC Scientific Track – Poster Presentation Lunch 2

Authors of the listed papers will be available for at the poster presentation lunch. If you would like to meet them, they will be available, both days, in the Expo Area.

Read all ETC scientific track abstracts in the ETC supplement.

“A Model-Based Approach with Tool Support to Facilitate the Cancer Registration Process in Cancer Registry of Norway”
Shuai Wang, Hong Lu, Tao Yue, Shaukat Ali, Hammad Muhammad and Jan F Nygård
“Universally accessible e-health services for all: How to develop accessible web based health services in Norway”
Halgeir Holthe
“Internet-based provider-patient communication in Ghana: recent findings”
Rolf Wynn, Eric Kwabia and Felix Osei-Bonsu
“Developing an integrated care approach: resistances and difficulties in the mental health care setting”
Claudio Dario, Gerardo Favaretto, Stefano Sanzovo, Claudio Saccavini, Silvia Mancin and Giulia Pellizzon
“Evaluation of Organizational Models for Response Centres for Telecare Services of the Future”
Rune Fensli, Torunn Vatnøy, Ingrid Svagård and Elin Sundby Boysen
“mHealth Assessment: conceptualization of a global framework”
Carme Carrion, Meghan Bradway, Bárbara Vallespín and Elisa Puigdomènech
“Telemedicine, as a way to qualify the orthopaedic pathway – a Participatory Design study”
Charlotte Myhre Jensen, Soeren Overgaard, Uffe Kock Wiil and Jane Clemensen
“Using Participatory Design to design and develop a mobile health technology solution”
Pernille Ravn Jakobsen, Uffe Kock Wiil, Jens Søndergaard, Pernille Hermann and Jane Clemensen
“Deploying eHealth: A new apporach to face depression”
Andrea Gabilondo Cuellar, Ana González Pinto, Ander Retolaza Balsategui, Olatz Albaina Bacaicoa, Jon Txarramendieta Suarez, Ane Fullaondo Zabala and Esteban de Manuel Keenoy
“The opportunity to evaluate the impact of our changing health care system through archetypes and reinforced use of medical coding”
Meghan Bradway, Rune Pedersen, Alain Giordanengo, Paolo Zanaboni and Eirik Årsand
“Literatures Review of Telemedicine Services in Maritime and Extreme Weather”
Ashenafi Zebene, Ståle Walderhaug and Gunnar Hartvigsen
“The potential use of patient-gathered data from mHealth tools: suggestions based on an RCT-study”
Meghan Bradway, Ragnar Joakimsen, Astrid Grøttland and Eirik Årsand
“Video conference for collaborative care and treatment of depression in the MasterMind project”
Mette Maria Skjøth, Erlend Bønes and Christiaan Vis
“Better glucose regulation through enabling group-based motivational mechanisms in cloud-based solutions like Nightscout”
Dani Beckman, Christian Marstrander Reehorst, André Henriksen, Miroslav Muzny, Eirik Årsand and Gunnar Hartvigsen
“Agder Living Lab: co-creation of inclusive health solutions for and with citizens”
Santiago Martinez, Silje Berkås and Rune Fensli
” An European developed eHealth technology does not lead to an European implementation strategy towards (business) exploitation: a tale of two countries”
Wander Kenter, Vincenzo De Luca, Maddalena Illario and Miriam Vollenbroek-Hutten
“The design of features for a mobile health application for the management of interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome”
Janessa Griffith
“Participatory design methods in telemedicine research”
Dorthe Danbjørg, Jane Clemensen and Mette Rothmann
“New and useful, but is it utilized? Experiences with implementation of Lifecare eRoom in Norwegian Municipalities”
Solveig Onstad, Irén Westrum and Rune Fensli.

ETC 2, Scientific
Location: Expo area Date: November 16, 2016 Time: 12:00 - 13:00