By CATALYST @ HEALTH 2.0
The IDIH Project (International Digital Health Cooperation for Preventive, Integrated, Independent and Inclusive Living) is setting up an expert-driven “Digital Health Transformation Forum” to promote and increase international collaboration, advance digital health, and support active and healthy ageing through innovation. IDIH is funded under the European Union Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme and brings together prominent organizations from EU and five Strategic Partner Countries: Canada, China, Japan, South Korea and the USA.
IDIH is seeking individuals whose expertise is in alignment with the following focus areas:
1. Preventive care – Focus: Early diagnosis and detection
2. Integrated care – Focus: Using new technologies to redesign, coordinate and integrate health and social services and place citizens, patients and seniors at the centre of health systems
3. Independent and connected living – Focus: Tele-monitoring via smart home and living technologies
4. Inclusive living – Focus: Helping the elderly feel more connected socially/ healthy living
Who can apply? The IDIH Project is looking for individuals whose expertise is in alignment with the focus areas, have a proven track record in their field, and are able to contribute towards the objectives of the expert group. Please note the candidate must be from the EU, USA, Canada, China, Japan or South Korea to be considered. For detailed selection criteria and more information on the EG members’ and Chairs’ role, please consult the Expert Groups – Terms of References.
To apply, please send your CV with a short explanation on why you are interested in becoming an Expert Group member or Chair, to email@example.com.
Act fast—the call for experts closes on January 31st, 2020!
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