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October 18, 2018

Quirónsalud presenta 'Vida-on', un proyecto para mejorar la calidad de vida de pacientes con cáncer de mama en Sevilla

Europapress - Quirónsalud presenta 'Vida-on', un proyecto para mejorar la calidad de vida de pacientes con cáncer de mama en Sevilla

Los hospitales Quirónsalud Sagrado Corazón e Infanta Luisa de Sevilla presentan el proyecto 'Vida-on', con el que se mejora la calidad de vida de pacientes operadas de carcinoma de mama a través del ejercicio físico, con motivo del Día Mundial Contra el Cáncer de Mama, que se celebra este viernes, día 19 de octubre.

October 17, 2018

CanalSur Televisión "La Tarde, aqui y ahora" Juan y Medio

El popular presentador Juan y Medio es el encargado de conducir el magacín “La Tarde, aquí y ahora”, un programa reforzado en la parrilla de CanalSur en duración y contenidos, que combina entretenimiento, actualidad y música con el protagonismo del testimonio de personas que buscan acabar con su soledad.

May 24, 2018

E-health solutions to support cancer rehabilitation

EC > Research and Innovation > Projects > Success Stories

Active rehabilitation has emerged as a powerful tool in cancer care. However, its full potential to help restore survivors' functional capacity, boost their quality of life and possibly even reduce the risk of recurrence has yet to be tapped. EU-funded researchers are looking into e-health solutions to take the technique another step further.

April 13, 2018

Juria e ICT Awards 6 pranë kandidatëve të Prishtinës, nesër në Tiranë

Gara mbarëkombëtare në fushën e teknologjisë dhe informacionit, Albanian ICT Awards, po shkon drejt mbylljes së një tjetër viti të suksesshëm dhe me më pak se dy javë nga finalizimi i edicionit të gjashtë, e gjithë vëmendja e komunitetit dhe kandidatëve është drejtuar nga juria.

Për herë të parë nuk do të jenë vetëm përfaqësuesit e garës “në kërkim” të yjeve të teknologjisë, por edhe juria e ICT Awards e cila do tu gjendet pranë kandidatëve në Tiranë dhe Prishtinë.

December 17, 2017

MOOC: Digital Health for Cancer Management

The TMU FutureLearn MOOC online course of CATCH, called "Digital Health for Cancer Management", is now online. It's a self-paced course and the full course content will be opened at once after the course start. Please, feel free to join the course through the button below.

September 16, 2017

'Catch' ayuda al paciente oncológico recuperado

Un proyecto europeo busca en la eSalud soluciones a la rehabilitación física y psíquica de pacientes con cáncer tras la recuperación.

August 14, 2017

11 activity goals for during and after cancer treatment

When someone is diagnosed with cancer, exercise may be the last thing on their mind. However, Ailish Daly, clinical specialist physiotherapist in oncology care at the Beacon Hospital, believes staying active can prove to be helpful, both during and after treatment

July 19, 2017

Quirónsalud Sagrado Corazón y Salumedia investigan sobre la aplicación de eHealth en pacientes con cáncer

Este jueves se ha celebrado un encuentro con expertos en Telesalud de Colombia en el que se ha presentado el proyecto europeo Catch.

June 08, 2017

EIGHT NEW PAN-EUROPEAN RESEARCH PROJECTS FOCUSED ON IMPROVING CANCER REHABILITATION ANNOUNCED AT UCD

CATCH, the €2.1 million connected health innovative training network programme (ITN), announced today at University College Dublin (UCD) that it has finalised the international recruitment process for eight new Marie Sklodowska-Curie funded PhD students.

June 08, 2017

UCD to lead new €2.1m European cancer rehab research programme

Eight researchers at UCD are getting access to €2.1m of EU funding as part of a new cancer rehabilitation research programme.

 

Oncology research remains a focus for many universities across the world, but University College Dublin (UCD) will now be leading a European effort to research new rehabilitation programmes for those who have experienced cancer.

June 08, 2017

University College Dublin to lead €2.1m connected health research programme

Research projects at the University College Dublin focused on technology's role in cancer rehabilitation, are to get access to €2.1 million of EU funding.

In total eight projects will be led by UCD Professor, and CATCH (Cancer Activating Technology in Connected Health) project co-ordinator, Professor Brian Caulfield.

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© 2016 CATCH. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement 
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