Outreach activities

As the third – and final – wave of piloting continues, TeNDER partners have been using a variety of methods to communicate the project with health professionals and the general population. These include:

  1. Workshops and conferences: partners have participated in conferences to share information about the project and gather feedback from health professionals. These events have provided an opportunity for attendees to learn about the project, ask questions, and provide input.
  2. Printed materials: partners have distributed brochures to share information about the project in formats tailored for different stakeholders (i.e., patients with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, Parkinson’s disease, or cardiovascular disorders, as well as health care professionals).

Overall, the project are using a variety of communication methods to ensure that health professionals and the general population have access to accurate and up-to-date information about the TeNDER project and its goals.

A year in publications

From technical papers on design challenges in machine learning in resource optimization to reviews of user-centred methods for developing assistive technologies, 2021-2022 was an important period for TeNDER publications.

We look forward to sharing more about our VUB partners’ contributions to legal and ethical research in eHealth and assistive technology. During 2023, in the final stretch of the project, Harvard’s Petrie-Flom Center will publish a chapter on the “Challenges of remote patient care in the EU legal framework: data protection, cybersecurity, and medical devices regulation,” based partly on work done by the VUB within the framework of TeNDER.

Check our publications page in the Spring for this and more!