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The Final Report of the ICT for Health Project

Paper title The Final Report of the ICT for Health Project
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Author (title, first name, last name)
  • Prof Roland Trill
  • Domantas Stundys
  • Elina Koivulahti
Thematic area
  • Other area(s)
  • ehealth
Summary A wider acceptance of ICT is central to ensuring future healthcare provision in the partner regions in the Baltic Sea Region. The project has demonstrated how acceptance in the defined target groups may be enhanced and indicated how eHealth solutions can empower patients to take more responsibility for their own health.
Geographical area
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • Germany
  • Lithuania
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Russia - Arkhangelsk Oblast
  • Russia - Kaliningrad Oblast
  • Russia - Karelia Republic
  • Russia - Komi Republic
  • Russia - Leningrad Oblast
  • Russia - Murmansk Oblast
  • Russia - Nenets AO
  • Russia - Novgorod Oblast
  • Russia - Pskov Oblast
  • Russia - St. Petersburg
  • Russia - Vologda Oblast
  • Sweden
Paper type
  • Research paper
  • Thematic report
Year last issued (for periodic publications, frequency) 2012
Publisher name (if the paper has not been published so far, write: Not published so far) Flensburg University of Applied Sciences
Publisher contact details no data
ISBN/ISSN no data
Language of the linked paper English
Also available in other languages no data
Number of pages 12
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Persons associated
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Projects associated
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[ID: 1435] ICT for Health
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Last posted: on 2014-05-08 at 16:27:45

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