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SEURO project partners meet in Dublin to kick start the project

Horizon 2020 funded project aimed at improving and optimising digital health gets launched in Dublin.

The new digital health research programme ‘SEURO’ (Scaling EUROpean citizen driven transferable and transformative digital health) was officially launched in the Trinity Business School in Dublin, Ireland on 26th April.  

The project partners were glad to be joined by the Provost of Trinity College Dublin, Linda Doyle, launching the event, alongside Prof. Wolfgang Schmitt (Dean of Research, Trinity College Dublin) who made making opening remarks. Prof. Schmitt highlighted the importance of upscaling innovative solutions for a more independent living. During the event, SEURO’s coordinator Dr. John Dinsmore presented a preview of the project and its forseen outcomes. 

SEURO’s aim is to improve services and tools for people with multi-morbidities by optimising and scaling up the use of the digital health platform ‘ProACT’. It has been awarded €3.9 million under the European Union’s (EU) Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme.  

Among those in attendance were also Ana Luiza Hannotte (Project Officer, EASPD), Prof. Anna Nordström (Professor of Public Health, UMEÅ University), Prof. An Jacobs (Principal Investigator of Studies on Media, Innovation and Technology, imec), Evert-Jan-Hoogerwerf (Head of the Sector Projects for Innovation, AIAS Bologna), Dr. Julie Doyle (Director of NetwellCASALA, DkIT) and Michael Wright (Director of Corporate Operations at Home Instead).