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2/4/2021 Apply Now: United Way of Metropolitan Dallas Looks to Improve Community Health Through Innovation Challenge dallasinnovates.com ... on ready-to-launch solutions for improving healthcare and mental health. by Alexa Vickaryous • Feb 3, 2021 [Image: AlfaSmart/iStockphoto] by Alexa Vickaryous • Feb 3, 2021The United Way of Metropolitan Dallas Health Innovation Technology Challenge, a social innovation competition with $1 million in prizes, aims to increase access to preventative care and improve mental health in North Texas.Through the competition, the community-based nonprofit hopes to ...
1/27/2021 New recommendations to improve apps for controlling and monitoring NTDs news-medical.net ... Carme Carrion and Marta Aymerich from the eHealth Lab and Noemí Robles from the eHealth Center, together with José Antonio Ruiz Postigo from the World Health Organization and Oriol Solà de Morales from the Health Innovation Technology Transfer Foundation. In the study, the authors looked at the context of the existing apps and identified their weaknesses.The recommendations, outlined in this infographic prepared by the UOC eHealth Center, are the ...
1/26/2021 UOC researchers have analysed 13 apps developed for the treatment and control of neglected tropical diseases, identifying the main weaknesses and evaluating possible improvements brightsurf.com ... Carme Carrion and Marta Aymerich from the eHealth Lab and Noemí Robles from the eHealth Center, together with José Antonio Ruiz Postigo from the World Health Organization and Oriol Solà de Morales from the Health Innovation Technology Transfer Foundation. In the study, the authors looked at the context of the existing apps and identified their weaknesses.The recommendations, outlined in this infographic prepared by the UOC eHealth Center, are the result ...
1/26/2021 Recommendations to improve apps for neglected tropical diseases medicalxpress.com ... Carme Carrion and Marta Aymerich from the eHealth Lab and Noemí Robles from the eHealth Center, together with José Antonio Ruiz Postigo from the World Health Organization and Oriol Solà de Morales from the Health Innovation Technology Transfer Foundation. In the study, the authors looked at the context of the existing apps and identified their weaknesses.The recommendations, outlined in this infographic prepared by the UOC eHealth Center, are the ...
1/26/2021 Eight recommendations to improve apps for neglected tropical diseases eurekalert.org ... Carme Carrion and Marta Aymerich from the eHealth Lab and Noemí Robles from the eHealth Center, together with José Antonio Ruiz Postigo from the World Health Organization and Oriol Solà de Morales from the Health Innovation Technology Transfer Foundation. In the study, the authors looked at the context of the existing apps and identified their weaknesses.The recommendations, outlined in this infographic prepared by the UOC eHealth Center, are the ...
3/22/2020 Alpine company partners with Utah Medical Association to launch telehealth grant heraldextra.com An Alpine health innovation technology company has partnered with the Utah Medical Association to create a grant program for each state medical, pharmacy and hospital associations. AZOVA, a digital health platform, launched the nationwide program to allow each medical, hospital and pharmacy association in American the opportunity to use the company technology free of charge. The company’s technology allows doctors, pharmacies and other health care officials to view patient information ...
8/5/2019 The structure of the PA28–20S proteasome complex from Plasmodium falciparum and implications for proteostasis | Nature Microbiology Nature ... State University, for assistance with the generation of the pAIO-DHFR-PA28 vector. This work was supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (grant nos. APP1092808, APP1072217) and the Global Health Innovation Technology Fund (grant no. GHIT T2015-134). M.D.W.G. is the recipient of an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (project no. FT140100544). M.W.P. is a National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia Research Fellow (no ...
5/1/2019 JCM, Vol. 8, Pages 598: Feasibility and Effectiveness of Electrochemical Dermal Conductance Measurement for the Screening of Diabetic Neuropathy in Primary Care. Decoding Study (Dermal Electrochemical Conductance in Diabetic Neuropathy) mdpi.com Open Access Article J. Clin. Med. 2019 , 8 (5), 598; https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm8050598 (registering DOI) Feasibility and Effectiveness of Electrochemical Dermal Conductance Measurement for the Screening of Diabetic Neuropathy in Primary Care. Decoding Study (Dermal Electrochemical Conductance in Diabetic Neuropathy) Catalan Diabetes Prevention Research Group, IDIAP Jordi Gol., 43202 Reus, Barcelona, Spain 2 Primary Care, CAP Rubí, Mutua Terrassa, 08191 Rubí, Spain 3 Neurology Department, Hospital Mutua Terrassa, 08221 ...
10/24/2017 Novo Nordisk and HITLAB Announce Finalists, Teams Edging Closer to $75,000 in Prizes PR Newswire Novo Nordisk and HITLAB Announce Finalists, Teams Edging Closer to $75,000 in Prizes Finalists Announced for Global Challenge to Develop Voice-Activated Technology for Diabetes Care News provided by 08:25 ET Share this article NEW YORK , Oct. 24, Finalists of the eleventh annual 2017 HITLAB World Cup of Voice-Activated Technology in Diabetes presented by Novo Nordisk are one step closer to winning prizes totaling $75,000 , funds that will assist ...
10/24/2017 Novo Nordisk and HITLAB Announce Finalists, Teams Edging Closer to $75,000 in Prizes PR Newswire NEW YORK , Oct. 24, Finalists of the eleventh annual 2017 HITLAB World Cup of Voice-Activated Technology in Diabetes presented by Novo Nordisk are one step closer to winning prizes totaling $75,000 , funds that will assist their teams in bringing digital health concepts to fruition. Beginning on Friday, August 25 , digital health innovators and entrepreneurs alike were invited to submit their transformative ideas centered around impacting the lives of people ...