This free of any charges event is a parallel session of the eHealth Week to be held on May 10 in Budapest, Hungary. It will gather key stakeholders from industry, policy, research, service providers and users to develop ideas for possible large scale initiatives under the Active and Healthy Ageing Innovation Partnership.
Registration for this workshop is compulsory. To register to this free of any charges event, you are invited to create an epractice account if not a current member and then join the workshop by clicking on the yellow button on your right hand side of this page that reads "Participate in this event".
1. A case study on how people apply innovative solutions for ageing well
2. Results and evidence achieved so far on the benefits of quality of life improvement and better care.
3. Relevant market or deployment potentials.
4. How your initiative could benefit from the active and healthy ageing partnership
5. Reference to EIP: http://ec.europa.eu/research/innovation-union/index_en.cfm?section=activ...
For any questions/clarifications, please contact: ariana.POLYVIOU@ext.europa.eu
Introducing the objectives and the Active and Healthy Ageing Innovation Partnership
Peter Wintlev-Jensen, European Commission
Extending the tele-assistance model:experiences and future directions (15')
Annamaria Chiasera, Trento, Italy
Innovative broadband services for social inclusion of Older Citizens (15')
Wytse Miedema, City of Almere, the Netherlands
Discussion on ideas for action from the user perspective
Flanders Care Initiative (15')
Peter Raeymaekers, Flanders' Care
Basque Country Initiative (15')
Carmen Pastor, Tecnalia
Discussion on ideas for action from the public perspective
Hans Fraeyman, HMC International NV
Large Industry perspective
Mario Romao, Intel
Discussion on ideas for action from the industry perspective
A. Syma Centre, Room C2
Parallel Session Workshop ReporteHealth Week, 10 May 2011, Budapest, HungarySession: Developing Ideas for the Active & Healthy Ageing Innovation Partnership