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Category Archives: Medical Apps
The recently developed ‘My Mind’ App is now available. The free My Mind App can be downloaded by searching “My Mind” in iTunes. The App allows users to access evidence-based, up to date information about their condition and the services available to them. … Continue reading
This years Health Hack Belfast will focus on medication management; using technology to addressing obstacles that can prevent patients, carers and professionals from following directions, adhering to and complying with medicines best practice. For those not already aware of Health … Continue reading
The Health Hack in Dublin, hosted by HISI & The Irish Computer Society has been consolidated into a documentary style video. You can watch it on HISI’s website here.
The overall winning solution at the Health Hack Dublin event over the weekend was a device linked to a CFit iOS game aimed at helping children with Cystic Fibrosis to do vital exercise. The winning team ‘Kipster’ created a solution that … Continue reading
– Call for expressions of Interest – The opportunity: The vision for this Connected Health initiative is to develop an ECG (electrocardiogram) monitoring system that enables ECG images and data to be wirelessly transmitted from ambulance/patient locations to the Emergency and … Continue reading
The 5th Annual Translational Medicine Conference (TMED5) will take place on 2-3rd May this year. TMED5 will explore the challenges of delivering healthcare to an ageing population and showcase novel approaches in both disease prevention and management. The Conference will be preceded on … Continue reading
Health 2.0 promotes, showcases and catalyzes new technologies in health care. Through a worldwide series of conferences, code-a-thons, prize challenges, and more, the organisation has ‘leading market intelligence on new health technology companies’. The Dublin ‘chapter’ of the international movement, Health2Dublin, is one … Continue reading
As part of the Health Hack NI event in December, which was sponsored by Belfast City Councils drive for a super connected Belfast; software company TotalMobile™ developed the location based application that highlights where Mental Health and wellbeing services can be accessed … Continue reading
The 5th annual ‘Global Technology Leaders Summit’ will take place on January 22nd at Cork City Hall, with the ‘hottest Irish start-ups showcasing their companies and technologies’. Technology CEOs and investors from Asia, Russia and the US will be in … Continue reading
Silicon Republic reports on recent research research from mobile operator Three, that a quarter (26pc) of people in Britain are likely to hand over older technology and smartphones to their parents as a result of having received new devices for Christmas. … Continue reading
Location: Craigavon Civic and Conference Centre Date/time: Friday 08 February 2013, 09:00 – 16:30 As one of the world’s fastest growing leading edge industries, Life Sciences is one of the priority sectors that will drive the future growth … Continue reading
Health Hack NI is an opportunity for healthcare professionals working with developers and designers in an informal and non-commercial environment, to create innovative software that improves healthcare. The idea behind the event which will take place in Belfast next month, … Continue reading
A new online training tool launched last week aims to improve the mental fitness of young Irish men and to encourage this often hard-to-reach group to seek help. The WorkOut app which is free to access, is based around … Continue reading
The development of a Connected Health Ecosystem in Northern Ireland brings together the public, independent and private sectors, research bodies and patients and families to share good practice, learn from experiences and help to prioritize and develop connected health solutions. The NI … Continue reading
The launch of the Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystem by Health Minister Edwin Poots and Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster took place yesterday. The ecosystem is a forum to bring together stakeholders from the HSC, academia and business to discuss and take … Continue reading