University Hospital Bucharest attended the 5th editon of ICEE festival (http://www.iceefest.com/agenda-2017/) and presented the “Letitflow” solution . ICEE festival took place on the 15th-16th of June, 2017 in Bucharest and gathered around 3300 people ICEEE festival is an anual festival which approaches digital and tech related initiatives in the Central East- European and South-Eastern Europe region. It’s comprised of 3 sections: iCEE.fest (the main festival, taking place each June in Bucharest, Romania), iCEE.health (satelite event covering eHealth – ), iCEE.news (publishing platform) and iCEE.academy. At the festival attended several representatives of important tech platforms like Google si Facebook, The New York Times, Shazam, Yahoo, AOL and so on.
In May 2017, the second end-user workshop was held in Austria by project partner AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH. This workshop focused on co-designing a wearable device for the hospital environment and gathering feedback on the smartwatch app that was developed further based on the feedback from the first workshop. The five participants with a background in nursing first received a short introduction about the project, which was followed by a presentation of the smartwatch app. After trying out and discussing the features (send an alarm, receive an alarm and get task based workflow support), the participants were invited to build a wearable device that they would like to use in your daily work routine. They were further asked to consider the three core requirements for the smartwatch in their design: adherence to hospital hygiene policies, usefulness in daily work, clarity and ease of use of the alarms features.
Last 22th-24th May 2017 took place in Seville the seventh internal project meeting along with the second session of AAL2Business, hosted by Integrasys and HUVM. Thanks to all the partners for this intensive and productive meeting where different open issues, difficulties and integration issues have been managed and dealt, claryfing the next steps to follow before the trials that will be celebrated in September both Budapest and Seville Hospitals. Also we would like to thank for the support of AAL2Business’ coach in this second session, it has been really interesting and useful to improve the business and explotation plan of LetItFlow solution.
On 27 April, a new workshop of the LetItFlow project was held at the Virgen Macarena University Hospital in Seville. This time, organized by integrasys, two laboratory technicians, Enrique Melguizo, participated as representative of the biochemistry laboratory of the hospital, and the technicians of Integrasys.
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Last 16th-18th January 2017 took place in Brussels the sixth internal project meeting followed by the additional review, hosted by AAL CMU. Thanks to the two previous work days and the intensive work performed from midterm review, we were able to provide a really good impression about the current situation of LetItFlow project and the future actions about integration, verification and trials.
A workshop with end-users was carried out by the partners Integrasys and HUVM on Dec. 22, 2016, held at HUVM’s own facilities. The aim of this workshop was to show the current status of the project to the end users and to collect feedback from them regarding the usability, interface design, operation and functionality.
The Neurology Department of the University Emergency Hospital of Bucharest hosted a workshop on the 16th of December 2016 to collect feedback from end-users considering the user interface design and first step implementation of the LetItFlow project, mainly LetApp prototype. SIVECO Romania attended this event as co-organizer and technical partner of the LetItFlow project providing insights considering the challenges and current status of development.
On Dec. 13, 2016, AIT conducted a workshop with six end-users — four nurses, one physiotherapist, and one occupational therapist — to get their unique perspective and feedback on the latest version of the LetItflow prototypes. The workshop was organized as an interactive focus group. Participants first received relevant information about the project (basic idea and goals), which was followed by a presentation of the prototypes (demonstration), and a session for hands-on experience (experimentation).
LetItFlow is a project cofunded by European Commission, Ministerio de Industria Energía y Turismo of Spain (MINETUR), Instituto de Salud Carlos III of Spain, The Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) in Austria, The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMw) in The Netherlands and The Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding (UEFISCDI) in Romania.
The project number of LetItFlow under AAL program is "AAL-2013-6-128", while for MINETUR is identified under the file number "AAL-010000-2014-13".