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EmERGE – Evaluating mHealth technology in HIV to improve Empowerment and Healthcare utilisation

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Project aims: To develop a mHealth platform to enable self-management of HIV in patients with stable disease.  The platform will provide users with web based and mobile device applications which interface securely with relevant medical data and facilitate remote access to key healthcare providers.

Project Leader: University of Sussex (UOS)

Main partners: University of Sussex (UOS) UK; European Aids Treatment Group (EATG) DE; University of Brighton (UOB) UK; Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp (ITM) BE;  Podmedics (POD) UK; Fundacio Privida Clinic per a la Recerca Biomedica (FCRB) ES; Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust (BSUHT) UK; Centro Hospitalar Lisboa (CHLN) PT;  Klinika za Infektivne Bolesti (KIB) HR; National Prospective Monitoring System (NPMH) UK; Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM) ES; mHealth Futures SME (mHF).

EATG participation:  Leader of WP8 – Dissemination and Popularisation; involved in WP2 ‐ Co‐Design and Sociotechnical Evaluation.

Duration: May 2015 – May 2020

Main funding source/programme: EC Horizon 2020

Budget: Total of 5,457,483 EUR, EATG: 555,625 EUR

Website: http://www.emergeproject.eu

EATG Contact person(s): Koen Block at koen.block@eatg.org (office); Brian West (EATG membership) at brian.west@eatg.org

 

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