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ARCH Open Day – Friday 19th May

March 15th, 2017|

Mark it in your diaries now, ARCH will be hosting an Open Day on Friday 19th May!

Anyone with an interest in the Connected Health space – whether you’re working in industry or academia, are a healthcare professional, policy maker or patient representative – will be welcome to attend this exciting showcase and networking event, which will take place in […]

Career-FIT: Exciting Opportunity for Career Development Fellowships in ARCH

February 14th, 2017|

An excellent development and training opportunity is now available for experienced researchers to work with ARCH and gain experience translating research into practice.
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A total of 50 Fellowships will be awarded in 2 Calls over 5 years.

Call 1 will open on 30th January 2017 with a deadline for applications of 31st March 2017. Awarded Fellowships […]

Get Recognition for your eHealth Solution by Entering the eHealth Competiton

February 13th, 2017|

The EU eHealth Competition final 2017 will be held in Barcelona, on the 3rd of May, in cooperation with Health 2.0 and Healthio.

Organised by TICBioMed, it aims to provide support for SMEs’ business success, offering a path to increase visibility and marketing opportunities to attract customers, partners and external capital.

The functional scope of the competition is […]

Press Release: ARCH Launches Remote Clinical Trials Study in Collaboration with Industry Partners

February 8th, 2017|

Study to assess feasibility of collecting clinical trial data in a care home environment

Dublin, Ireland, 8 February 2017, ARCH, the Centre for Applied Research for Connected Health (www.arch.ie), today announced the launch of a collaborative study to assess the feasibility of collecting clinical trial data remotely within a care home environment.

The findings from this connected […]

New ENJECT Paper Published – Connected Health in Europe: Where Are We Today?

December 16th, 2016|

ENJECT, the European Network for the Joint Evaluation of Connected Health Technologies, recently published a paper outlining results of a survey that was completed in 19 European countries covering topics such as technical integration, eHealth strategic planning, patient engagement in research, and the patient journey.

ENJECT is a COST action that brings together an international consortium, including […]

Enterprise START Programme 2016

November 16th, 2016|

Do you have an idea for an innovative, start-up business that has the potential for export and growth in International Markets? If so, the Enterprise START Workshops are worth checking out!

Free to attend, the Workshops will help you understand your customer, your market and your funding needs.

The next Workshop for the Dublin Mid-East region will […]

Choosing the Right Connected Health Device can be Tricky…

November 4th, 2016|

Check out this video to find out more about our new infographic.

You can read the full Executive Summary for this project here.

The infographic can be viewed here.

ARCH Industry Members can access the full report here.

Award for ARCH Paper Presented at PCSI 2016

October 24th, 2016|

Congratulations to Dr Daniel Regan, Patrick Slevin and  Prof Gerardine Doyle for being awarded the runner up of the best paper competition at the 32nd Patient Classification Systems International (PCSI) conference, which was recently held in Dublin on October 4th to 7th. In receiving the award, the paper was judged by the scientific committee of the […]

ARCH Industry Member Kinesis Health Technologies wins ‘Start Up of the Year’ Award!

September 23rd, 2016|

ARCH congratulates Industry Members, Kinesis Health Technologies, on winning a ‘Start Up of the Year’ Award last night at the Dat Sci Awards 2016.

With the global economy becoming more and more data influenced, and data-driven thinking being extended into every facet of life, Ireland is being primed to capture a large slice of this market, […]

Call for Papers: Software Engineering for Connected Health

September 20th, 2016|

In a Special Issue of the Journal of Software Evolution and Process, the aim is to extend the Connected Health field within Software Engineering by identifying the limitations of the existing theories and to develop new or revised theories of Software Engineering for Connected Health.

A wide range of contributions are being sought and broad participation […]