Meet the Team

SEURO brings together a consortium of academic/research institutions, Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs), health service providers, EU networks, and multinational corporations

12 partners across four EU Member states

Trinity College Dublin

Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation

Project Coordinators

TCPHI was established in March 2012 within School of Nursing and Midwifery at Trinity College Dublin (TCD). The aim of TCPHI is to develop and implement evidence informed practice and build the capacity of individuals who are currently working or aspire towork in the areas of practice and healthcare innovation. TCPHI focuses on creating an environment that facilitates interactive collaboration between patients, caregivers, health professionals, healthcare providers, our colleagues at TCD and other universities, research and innovation centres, health policy makers and industrial and enterprise partners.

The overall coordination of the project will be at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) who will be the legal entity responsible for all contractual arrangements with the EC. TCPHI will lead Work Package 2 developing a digital health behavioural change tool (ProBCF) and will contribute to all other work packages within the SEURO project.

Dr John Dinsmore Project Coordinator

Dr John Dinsmore is the Health Innovation Lead and Deputy Director of the Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (TCPHI) and Ussher Assistant Professor in Digital Health and Integrated Care. He is also the Trinity College member of the Board of Directors of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Health, Knowledge and Information Community (KIC) Ireland/UK Co-Location Centre (CLC).

Dr. Dinsmore's research focuses primarily on the application of health psychology and behavioural science to digital health interventions for individuals managing with chronic diseases and multimorbidity. Outcomes from his research aim to understand and maximise the appropriate use of digital health technologies as part of a people-centred, digital integrated care approach to home and community based health...

Dr John Dinsmore is the Health Innovation Lead and Deputy Director of the Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (TCPHI) and Ussher Assistant Professor in Digital Health and Integrated Care. He is also the Trinity College member of the Board of Directors of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Health, Knowledge and Information Community (KIC) Ireland/UK Co-Location Centre (CLC).

Dr. Dinsmore's research focuses primarily on the application of health psychology and behavioural science to digital health interventions for individuals managing with chronic diseases and multimorbidity. Outcomes from his research aim to understand and maximise the appropriate use of digital health technologies as part of a people-centred, digital integrated care approach to home and community based health and well-being management. Dr. Dinsmore has significant experience in building and leading teams to research and develop new technologies, services and practices in a wide range of healthcare areas. His work promotes collaborations between academics, health service, entrepreneurs, industry and enterprise bodies with a focus on translating research outcomes to healthcare market spin out opportunities, including the licensing of new intellectual property, innovating on existing technologies and services, spin out of campus companies and development of industry based healthcare research.

Dr. Dinsmore is a member of the Health Service Executive (HSE) Ireland Digital Academy expert group on digital transformation; steering committee member of the Irish eHealth Research and Innovation Network; scientific advisory board member to the University College London led Human Behaviour Change Project; and has previously represented Trinity College internationally at working groups exploring digital and connected health with the World Economic Forum and WHO. His work is also widely published receiving notable commendations.

Dr John Dinsmore is the project coordinator of SEURO as well as the previous related H2020 project ProACT. He will act as the intermediary between the EC and the consortium as well as the supervisor of the overall progress of the project.

Dr Anne Marie Brady

Professor Anne-Marie Brady is Chair of Nursing & Chronic Illness in the School of Nursing & Midwifery at Trinity College Dublin. She previously served as Head of School (2017-20); Director of the Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (2014-17) and as Director of Teaching & Learning (Postgraduate) (2010-2014). She is a Registered General Nurse and Registered Nurse Tutor with 30 years of clinical practice, education and research experience in nursing and health care management. Prior to her move to working in 3rd level Anne-Marie has gained extensive international experience working in health care systems in Ireland, United Kingdom and the USA. Due to her clinical experience, research and teaching Anne-Marie has gained significant understanding of health service delivery issues in both the Irish and...

Professor Anne-Marie Brady is Chair of Nursing & Chronic Illness in the School of Nursing & Midwifery at Trinity College Dublin. She previously served as Head of School (2017-20); Director of the Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (2014-17) and as Director of Teaching & Learning (Postgraduate) (2010-2014). She is a Registered General Nurse and Registered Nurse Tutor with 30 years of clinical practice, education and research experience in nursing and health care management. Prior to her move to working in 3rd level Anne-Marie has gained extensive international experience working in health care systems in Ireland, United Kingdom and the USA. Due to her clinical experience, research and teaching Anne-Marie has gained significant understanding of health service delivery issues in both the Irish and International context. Her research work has focused upon the development of health systems and workforce development in healthcare. She has conducted research studies in collaboration with health service providers to examine issues around patient related outcomes measures, self care, workload measurement, practice development, patient safety and competency among health care workers. Her research interests are concerned with the provision of person centred, supportive care and with strategies to meet healthcare demands around chronic illness/cancer survivorship. She is editor and co-author of a book Leadership & Management in the Irish Health Service. She is a member of Board Tallaght Hospital and serves on the National Clinical Effectiveness Committee.

Dr Marta M. Marques

Marta is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at Trinity College Dublin. She obtained her PhD in Health Psychology from Leiden University (Netherlands), in 2015. She is a chartered clinical and health psychologist. Prior to joining the EDGE program, she worked as a research Associate a world leading Centre for Behaviour Change at University College London (UK). Her main project was the Human Behaviour Change Project https://www.humanbehaviourchange.org/. Marta remains a collaborator in this project as well as an associate to the Centre. Prior to that, Marta was a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Lisbon (Portugal). A key project in which Marta is still involved is the H2020 “NoHoW: Evidence-based ICT tools for weight loss maintenance” (www.nohow.eu).

At TCD, Marta is developing a project to advance digital...

Marta is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at Trinity College Dublin. She obtained her PhD in Health Psychology from Leiden University (Netherlands), in 2015. She is a chartered clinical and health psychologist. Prior to joining the EDGE program, she worked as a research Associate a world leading Centre for Behaviour Change at University College London (UK). Her main project was the Human Behaviour Change Project https://www.humanbehaviourchange.org/. Marta remains a collaborator in this project as well as an associate to the Centre. Prior to that, Marta was a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Lisbon (Portugal). A key project in which Marta is still involved is the H2020 “NoHoW: Evidence-based ICT tools for weight loss maintenance” (www.nohow.eu).

At TCD, Marta is developing a project to advance digital health behavioural science by identifying features associated with personalisation of behaviour change interventions. Per4Change will provide a framework to interpret data which will inform the development of tailoring strategies for best practices around the design and implementation of digital health behaviour change solutions, with a focus on older persons with multimorbidity (http://proact2020.eu/)

Marta is a member of the European Health Psychology Society Executive Committee, and has been involved in various expert committees on digital health behaviour change (e.g. WHO B@Healthy B@Mobile for physical activity). Her research focuses on applying health behaviour change theories to develop and evaluate complex digital interventions targeting a range of health behaviours (e.g. physical activity), in the self-regulation and motivational processes underlying health behaviour change, and methods for the development of the science of behaviour change.

Áine Teahan

Áine Teahan is a post-doctoral researcher and project manager for the SEURO project. Áine completed an MA in Applied Psychology in University College Cork and has since worked on several research projects investigating community-based care, family caring, dementia and older people. Áine's current research interests include eHealth, behaviour change, family caring, older people, people with dementia, health and social services, psychosocial support, resilience and psychological well-being. Áine is currently completing her PhD research on psychosocial supports for family carers of people with dementia in the Centre for Economic and Social Research on Dementia in NUI Galway. Her PhD is funded by the Irish Research Council and explores psychosocial support from several angles using both economic and psychological research...

Áine Teahan is a post-doctoral researcher and project manager for the SEURO project. Áine completed an MA in Applied Psychology in University College Cork and has since worked on several research projects investigating community-based care, family caring, dementia and older people. Áine's current research interests include eHealth, behaviour change, family caring, older people, people with dementia, health and social services, psychosocial support, resilience and psychological well-being. Áine is currently completing her PhD research on psychosocial supports for family carers of people with dementia in the Centre for Economic and Social Research on Dementia in NUI Galway. Her PhD is funded by the Irish Research Council and explores psychosocial support from several angles using both economic and psychological research methodologies.

Jane Murphy

Jane is a post-doctoral researcher on the SEURO project at Trinity College Dublin.

Jane completed an MSc in Health Psychology at NUI Galway in 2017. She is currently completing her PhD research on digital health interventions to support medication adherence in young adults living with asthma, at the School of Psychology, NUI Galway. Her PhD is funded by the Irish Research Council and uses a range of research methodologies and incorporates Public and Patient Involvement (PPI) to explore feasible digital health supports for young adults with asthma. Jane has worked on several research projects and co-supervised postgraduate students conducting research in digital health and self-management of chronic conditions across the lifespan including hypertension, type II diabetes and asthma. She has contributed to teaching on a...

Jane is a post-doctoral researcher on the SEURO project at Trinity College Dublin.

Jane completed an MSc in Health Psychology at NUI Galway in 2017. She is currently completing her PhD research on digital health interventions to support medication adherence in young adults living with asthma, at the School of Psychology, NUI Galway. Her PhD is funded by the Irish Research Council and uses a range of research methodologies and incorporates Public and Patient Involvement (PPI) to explore feasible digital health supports for young adults with asthma. Jane has worked on several research projects and co-supervised postgraduate students conducting research in digital health and self-management of chronic conditions across the lifespan including hypertension, type II diabetes and asthma. She has contributed to teaching on a range of programmes in the School of Psychology and College of Medicine, Nursing, & Health Sciences at NUI Galway.

In SEURO, Jane is applying health psychology and behavioural science to the development and evaluation of digital health behaviour change interventions, focusing on older adults managing multi morbidity.

IBM

IBM Research is the world’s largest industrial research organization, employing more than 3,000 scientists and engineers in 19 locations across the world. IBM Research’s mission is to infuse cutting-edge innovation into IBM businesses as well as to define the future of computing. In its 75 years’ history, IBM Research has hosted six Nobel Prize and six Turing Award winners, 20 inductees into the US National Inventors Hall of Fame, as well as numerous recipients of National Medals of Technology and Science. As of 2019, IBM has generated more patents than any other corporation in each of 27 consecutive years. The IBM Research lab in Dublin, Ireland, was established in 2011 and employs over 70 full-time staff members. Aligned with IBM Research’s overall mission, its focus areas include AI, Quantum Computing and Security, as well as specific application areas such as Healthcare and Internet-of-Things.

IBM Research will lead on WP3 the development of a novel ProInsight tool for data analytics. IBM Research will contribute the following to SEURO: research and development of the InterACT hybrid cloud infrastructure and interfaces to the technology ecosystem; analytical methods for risk prediction and evolution over time; risk stratification applied to the problem of estimating healthcare cost and utilisation; dissemination and exploitation, both in terms of research publications and connections to the market.

Dr Alessandra Pascale

Alessandra joined IBM in 2013 right after getting her Ph.D. in Information Technology from Politecnico di Milano. She manages the "NLP and Reasoning in Healthcare" research team in Dublin Research Lab. Her research interest are in the area of person centered analytics, management of multiple chronic disease and human interaction for healthcare. Applications areas range from Behavioural Change to Digital Health systems design for self-managing people with multiple chronic conditions. Her original background is in statistics and statistical signal processing. Since joining IBM she has worked in several fields, in FP7, H2020 government funded projects and collaborating with relevant IBM Business Units. She spent several years working on the transport projects in collaboration with Dublin City Council. She then joined...

Alessandra joined IBM in 2013 right after getting her Ph.D. in Information Technology from Politecnico di Milano. She manages the "NLP and Reasoning in Healthcare" research team in Dublin Research Lab. Her research interest are in the area of person centered analytics, management of multiple chronic disease and human interaction for healthcare. Applications areas range from Behavioural Change to Digital Health systems design for self-managing people with multiple chronic conditions. Her original background is in statistics and statistical signal processing. Since joining IBM she has worked in several fields, in FP7, H2020 government funded projects and collaborating with relevant IBM Business Units. She spent several years working on the transport projects in collaboration with Dublin City Council. She then joined the healthcare and social care team and has acted as PI on several EU projects in the area of person-centered analytics for healthcare enhancing her expertise in the area of machine-learning for managing multi morbidity, AI and human interaction for healthcare.

Alessandra Pascale received the B.Sc. degree (with honors) from Politecnico di Bari in 2006 and the M.Sc. degree (mark 110/110) from Politecnico di Milano in 2009, both in Telecommunication Engineering, and the Ph.D. degree in Information Technology from Politecnico di Milano in 2013. She was also enrolled in the ASP (Alta Scuola Politecnica) programme, a school of excellence between Politecnico di Milano and Politecnico di Torino. She was visiting researcher at University of California, Berkeley, in the TOPL group, from February to July 2012.

Pierpaolo Tommasi

Pierpaolo is a Research Software Engineer at IBM Research Ireland focusing on AI solutions applied in the healthcare domain. He received his Master in Computer Engineering from Alma Mater Studiorum Bologna (Italy) in 2012 with his thesis entitled "Fast RDF indexing and querying by using Prefix Tries”, joining IBM Research shortly after. He has authored or co-authored articles in different major conferences in the fields of Semantic Web, Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare (WWW, ISWC, ESWC, MIE, ICHI, BIBM, STC).

Presently his projects involve knowledge-based system for health, collaborating with Academia, industries and other IBM labs across the world.

Pierpaolo is a Research Software Engineer at IBM Research Ireland focusing on AI solutions applied in the healthcare domain. He received his Master in Computer Engineering from Alma Mater Studiorum Bologna (Italy) in 2012 with his thesis entitled "Fast RDF indexing and querying by using Prefix Tries”, joining IBM Research shortly after. He has authored or co-authored articles in different major conferences in the fields of Semantic Web, Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare (WWW, ISWC, ESWC, MIE, ICHI, BIBM, STC).

Presently his projects involve knowledge-based system for health, collaborating with Academia, industries and other IBM labs across the world.

Dr Stéphane Deparis

Dr Stéphane Deparis is a research scientist at IBM Research Europe, in the Dublin laboratory. His research interests are centered on Preference Modelling and Decision Support in the context of Risk and of Multiple attributes. He has worked on various projects ranging from automatic graph building of medical knowledge to analysing how lay people understand visual representations of probability. He has developed a Bayesian Network model to support the care of Persons with Multimorbidity for the European ProACT project.

Dr Stéphane Deparis received a Masters degree in Optimization and Decision theory from Paris Dauphine University, and the Ingénieur Civil des Mines degree from Mines Nancy in 2008. He received a PhD from Ecole Centrale Paris in 2012 for his thesis “The effect of multicriteria conflict on the expression of...

Dr Stéphane Deparis is a research scientist at IBM Research Europe, in the Dublin laboratory. His research interests are centered on Preference Modelling and Decision Support in the context of Risk and of Multiple attributes. He has worked on various projects ranging from automatic graph building of medical knowledge to analysing how lay people understand visual representations of probability. He has developed a Bayesian Network model to support the care of Persons with Multimorbidity for the European ProACT project.

Dr Stéphane Deparis received a Masters degree in Optimization and Decision theory from Paris Dauphine University, and the Ingénieur Civil des Mines degree from Mines Nancy in 2008. He received a PhD from Ecole Centrale Paris in 2012 for his thesis “The effect of multicriteria conflict on the expression of preferences, an empirical approach”. He also taught preference modelling and decision aid at Ecole Centrale Paris while completing his PhD.

Francesca Bonin

Francesca Bonin is a Research Scientist at IBM Research Ireland, working on AI and Natural Language Processing (NLP). She holds a PhD in Natural Language Processing at Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) and a MSc. in Language Technologies from the University of Pisa (Italy). Her research interests includes core AI and NLP applications. She has extensive experience on applying NLP to real world problems and scenarios, specifically in the area of health informatics.

In IBM Research Europe, she has been part of the Project Debater team, developing ground breaking AI technologies for the last IBM AI Gran Challenge (https://www.research.ibm.com/artificial-intelligence/project-debater/) and lead investigator in the HBCP Project (https://www.humanbehaviourchange.org).

Francesca Bonin is a Research Scientist at IBM Research Ireland, working on AI and Natural Language Processing (NLP). She holds a PhD in Natural Language Processing at Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) and a MSc. in Language Technologies from the University of Pisa (Italy). Her research interests includes core AI and NLP applications. She has extensive experience on applying NLP to real world problems and scenarios, specifically in the area of health informatics.

In IBM Research Europe, she has been part of the Project Debater team, developing ground breaking AI technologies for the last IBM AI Gran Challenge (https://www.research.ibm.com/artificial-intelligence/project-debater/) and lead investigator in the HBCP Project (https://www.humanbehaviourchange.org).

NetwellCASALA

NetwellCASALA is an applied research centre at Dundalk Institute of Technology, focused on enhancing the quality of life and well-being of older people and those who care for them, through more integrated community-oriented services, more sustainable home and neighbourhood design, and more age-friendly technologies - with the ultimate aim of enhancing longer living in smarter places. We work collaboratively to provide the services that older people need, when they need them, in the place they call home. Our activities involve an array of disciplines including the social and behavioural sciences, health and medical sciences, computer science, engineering, design, marketing and business administration.

Within the SEURO project, NetwellCASALA will contribute across all work packages, focusing on requirements gathering, technology design and testing and data aggregation. NetwellCASALA will lead WP4 and coordinate the SEURO trials in Ireland.

Dr Julie Doyle

Julie is the Director of NetwellCASALA. Her background is in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and digital health technologies, with a focus on designing and evaluating intuitive and useful health and wellbeing technologies for older adults and those who support their care. Julie joined NetwellCASALA in 2011 and since then has led a number of digital health projects in the areas of chronic disease management, falls prevention, rehabilitation and ambient assisted living. Julie is the Principal Investigator on the Horizon 2020 funded projects SEURO and ProACT and the INTERREG VA funded project ECME, which examine how digital technology can support older adults to self-manage multiple chronic conditions at home. She is also Co-Investigator of the SFI-funded Smart Dementia Care project which aims to build a digital toolkit to...

Julie is the Director of NetwellCASALA. Her background is in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and digital health technologies, with a focus on designing and evaluating intuitive and useful health and wellbeing technologies for older adults and those who support their care. Julie joined NetwellCASALA in 2011 and since then has led a number of digital health projects in the areas of chronic disease management, falls prevention, rehabilitation and ambient assisted living. Julie is the Principal Investigator on the Horizon 2020 funded projects SEURO and ProACT and the INTERREG VA funded project ECME, which examine how digital technology can support older adults to self-manage multiple chronic conditions at home. She is also Co-Investigator of the SFI-funded Smart Dementia Care project which aims to build a digital toolkit to support people with dementia and their carers in planning and managing their care.

Suzanne Smith

Suzanne Smith holds a degree in Sociology from University College Dublin, a H.Dip. in Business and MSc by research from Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland. She worked in mental health, substance abuse and health education in the U.S. for fifteen years before returning to Ireland. Suzanne has an extensive background in intercultural and anti-racism training and research, business development and teaching healthcare. Suzanne has worked on a range of projects including ProACT and as part of a European research team exploring Social Innovation in Ageing initiatives. Her research has included identifying barriers experienced by older people to accessing and using GP out-of-hours, exploring the vocational challenges of home healthcare assistants, and examining the digitalization of care at home and in the community. Suzanne...

Suzanne Smith holds a degree in Sociology from University College Dublin, a H.Dip. in Business and MSc by research from Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland. She worked in mental health, substance abuse and health education in the U.S. for fifteen years before returning to Ireland. Suzanne has an extensive background in intercultural and anti-racism training and research, business development and teaching healthcare. Suzanne has worked on a range of projects including ProACT and as part of a European research team exploring Social Innovation in Ageing initiatives. Her research has included identifying barriers experienced by older people to accessing and using GP out-of-hours, exploring the vocational challenges of home healthcare assistants, and examining the digitalization of care at home and in the community. Suzanne leads the Living Lab at NetwellCASALA.

Gordon Boyle

Gordon is a Senior Software Developer at NetwellCASALA. He received a BSc (Hons) degree in Commercial Computing from DkIT in 2006 along with a MA in Music Technology in 2008. He joined NetwellCASALA in 2016. Before joining NetwellCASALA Gordon worked as a freelance developer and an assistant lecturer in the School of Informatics and Creative Arts at DkIT. He has extensive experience in web application development along with seven years experience teaching various computing modules. In NetwellCASALA Gordon has worked on the H2020 ProACT project, was the technical lead on the ThinkTech project and is currently leading the development of user-facing care applications for the SEURO Project.

Gordon is a Senior Software Developer at NetwellCASALA. He received a BSc (Hons) degree in Commercial Computing from DkIT in 2006 along with a MA in Music Technology in 2008. He joined NetwellCASALA in 2016. Before joining NetwellCASALA Gordon worked as a freelance developer and an assistant lecturer in the School of Informatics and Creative Arts at DkIT. He has extensive experience in web application development along with seven years experience teaching various computing modules. In NetwellCASALA Gordon has worked on the H2020 ProACT project, was the technical lead on the ThinkTech project and is currently leading the development of user-facing care applications for the SEURO Project.

Dr Orla Moran

With a B.A. (Hons) in Psychology, Orla completed a PhD in Contextual Behavioural Science at University College Dublin. Orla has taught and supervised undergraduate and postgraduate students at UCD and DkIT. As an Assistant Psychologist with ACT Now Ireland, she has delivered training in third wave therapies such Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to both professionals and clinical populations. Orla has worked on the Changing Lives Initiative, within which she conducted a process and cost-effectiveness evaluation of the Incredible Years Parenting Programme for behaviours consistent with ADHD across Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Scotland. Orla’s current work includes examining the behaviour change impact of digital interventions, on older people with cardiac conditions.

With a B.A. (Hons) in Psychology, Orla completed a PhD in Contextual Behavioural Science at University College Dublin. Orla has taught and supervised undergraduate and postgraduate students at UCD and DkIT. As an Assistant Psychologist with ACT Now Ireland, she has delivered training in third wave therapies such Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to both professionals and clinical populations. Orla has worked on the Changing Lives Initiative, within which she conducted a process and cost-effectiveness evaluation of the Incredible Years Parenting Programme for behaviours consistent with ADHD across Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Scotland. Orla’s current work includes examining the behaviour change impact of digital interventions, on older people with cardiac conditions.

Patricia McAleer

Patricia earned a BSc (Hons) degree in Intellectual Disability Nursing and a MSc by research, in Ageing and Health. From her masters research which examined the experiences of student nurses working with older people, Patricia developed The Student Nurse Stressor-15 (SNS-15) Scale, which has been validated for use in nursing education settings. The SNS-15 received international attention following publication and is currently being translated and validated for Chinese, Portuguese and Turkish language versions. Patricia was a Research Assistant on ProACT and is currently undertaking a PhD examining the role of nurse-led telephone triage in assisting people with multimorbidity to self-manage their conditions.

Patricia earned a BSc (Hons) degree in Intellectual Disability Nursing and a MSc by research, in Ageing and Health. From her masters research which examined the experiences of student nurses working with older people, Patricia developed The Student Nurse Stressor-15 (SNS-15) Scale, which has been validated for use in nursing education settings. The SNS-15 received international attention following publication and is currently being translated and validated for Chinese, Portuguese and Turkish language versions. Patricia was a Research Assistant on ProACT and is currently undertaking a PhD examining the role of nurse-led telephone triage in assisting people with multimorbidity to self-manage their conditions.

Séamus Harvey

Séamus is a Postdoctoral Researcher in Digital Health with Netwell CASALA. His research interests include health psychology and mental well-being, and sport and exercise psychology. Séamus completed a MSc. in Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology at Ulster University and a PhD in Sport Psychology at Bangor University. Funded by City Football Group, and using state-of-the-art methodological procedures, his PhD focussed upon the issue of talent development in elite youth football, and sought to provide new insights and resources that could advance Manchester City Football Club's Academy's efforts. He also contributed to the development, implementation, and testing of a mental well-being screening process on-site. Prior to his PhD, Séamus worked as a Research Assistant with Liverpool John Moores University. He worked on the...

Séamus is a Postdoctoral Researcher in Digital Health with Netwell CASALA. His research interests include health psychology and mental well-being, and sport and exercise psychology. Séamus completed a MSc. in Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology at Ulster University and a PhD in Sport Psychology at Bangor University. Funded by City Football Group, and using state-of-the-art methodological procedures, his PhD focussed upon the issue of talent development in elite youth football, and sought to provide new insights and resources that could advance Manchester City Football Club's Academy's efforts. He also contributed to the development, implementation, and testing of a mental well-being screening process on-site. Prior to his PhD, Séamus worked as a Research Assistant with Liverpool John Moores University. He worked on the Steps Towards Alcohol Misuse Prevention Programme (STAMPP) randomised controlled trial. This trial assessed the efficacy of a school-based programme in reducing alcohol misuse and related harm in teenagers.

imec

Imec is the world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies. The combination of its widely acclaimed leadership in microchip technology and profound software and ICT expertise is what makes imec unique. By leveraging world-class infrastructure and local and global ecosystem of partners across a multitude of industries, imec creates groundbreaking innovation in application domains such as healthcare, smart cities and mobility, logistics and manufacturing, and energy.

As a trusted partner for companies, start-ups and universities imec brings together close to 3,500 brilliant minds from over 70 nationalities. Imec is headquartered in Leuven, Belgium and also has distributed R&D groups at a number of Flemish universities, in the Netherlands, Taiwan, USA, China, and offices in India and Japan. Imec-SMIT (https://smit.vub.ac.be/), Vrije Universiteit Brussel, is the subgroup involved in the SEURO project. It was founded in 1990 and conducts fundamental, applied and contractual research on IT, media and policy. To this aim, imec-SMIT-VUB conducts user research, policy research and business analysis, making use of both qualitative and quantitative methodologies.

Imec will lead WP5 exploring economic evaluation, value network analysis and co-ordinate the creation of exploitation and business plans. Imec will also play a key role in transferring and providing feedback on the SEURO tools (ProTransfer, ProBCF, ProInsight) tools to the Flemish trial site region in Belgium. Imec will also be involved in preparing and executing research activities of EIH trial in Belgium, including ethics and data management.

Prof An Jacobs

Prof An Jacobs focuses on the integration of social research within all phases of innovative product development. Therefore, she specializes in user research in the broad sense, combining both quantitative and qualitative techniques (design ethnography, proxy technology assessment, probing and projective techniques, scenario’s and persona’s, living labs). Within the team, she co-ordinates projects related to healthcare and virtual (gaming) experience. With both expertise on adoption and appropriation of new technologies from a professional and end consumer point of view.

Role: An will supervise and support the tasks under responsibility of Imec. She will help to scope and design the research protocols and plans for the requirement, test trial and trial phases of the project, making use of her knowledge of the local...

Prof An Jacobs focuses on the integration of social research within all phases of innovative product development. Therefore, she specializes in user research in the broad sense, combining both quantitative and qualitative techniques (design ethnography, proxy technology assessment, probing and projective techniques, scenario’s and persona’s, living labs). Within the team, she co-ordinates projects related to healthcare and virtual (gaming) experience. With both expertise on adoption and appropriation of new technologies from a professional and end consumer point of view.

Role: An will supervise and support the tasks under responsibility of Imec. She will help to scope and design the research protocols and plans for the requirement, test trial and trial phases of the project, making use of her knowledge of the local Flemish context, the Care Living Labs and the Living Lab methodology. Her focus will be on WP6.

Myriam Sillevis Smit

Myriam is a user researcher on the SEURO project at imec-SMIT, Vrije Universiteit Brussel. She completed her MSc in Human Movement Sciences at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.

With an interest in behavioural, psychological and physical functioning of humans, she questions and researches the human computer interaction and how technology can be used to ameliorate human functioning. She has been involved in several digital health and self-monitoring research projects since 2018, in the areas of chronic disease management, falls prevention, stress detection, ambient assisted living. Her research encompasses topics such as: accountable algorithm design, trust in data, quantified self, mental well-being and experience sampling.

Myriam has been involved in the frontrunner of the SEURO project, ProACT pilot. For the...

Myriam is a user researcher on the SEURO project at imec-SMIT, Vrije Universiteit Brussel. She completed her MSc in Human Movement Sciences at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.

With an interest in behavioural, psychological and physical functioning of humans, she questions and researches the human computer interaction and how technology can be used to ameliorate human functioning. She has been involved in several digital health and self-monitoring research projects since 2018, in the areas of chronic disease management, falls prevention, stress detection, ambient assisted living. Her research encompasses topics such as: accountable algorithm design, trust in data, quantified self, mental well-being and experience sampling.

Myriam has been involved in the frontrunner of the SEURO project, ProACT pilot. For the SEURO project, she will contribute to the set-up and execution of the EIH trial for the Belgian site and research the effectiveness of the ProACT platform on self-management.

Sara Polak

Sara Polak is a user researcher at imec-SMIT, Vrije Universiteit Brussel with a background in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Innovation Sciences. Her research interest lies in the interface of human behaviour and digital technologies, with the goal of bringing digital innovations to everyone that needs it. For SEURO, Sara contributes to the transfer of the SEURO tools to the Flemish trial site in Belgium as well as the preparation and execution of the EIH trials in Belgium.

Sara Polak is a user researcher at imec-SMIT, Vrije Universiteit Brussel with a background in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Innovation Sciences. Her research interest lies in the interface of human behaviour and digital technologies, with the goal of bringing digital innovations to everyone that needs it. For SEURO, Sara contributes to the transfer of the SEURO tools to the Flemish trial site in Belgium as well as the preparation and execution of the EIH trials in Belgium.

Home Instead

Home Instead is recognised as the world’s largest home care company and currently operates in 14 countries across four continents, with almost 1,200 office locations globally. Home Instead’s mission is ‘to enhance the lives of ageing adults and their families’, and with 100,000 professional CAREGivers providing care services to ageing adults around the world at any given moment, the organisation continues to fulfil its mission at scale. Home Instead has been operating in Ireland since 2005, and now has 25 offices covering every city, town and parish across the country. The company employs approximately 4,500 professional CAREGivers, 400 office staff and cares for more than 6,000 clients annually. Home Instead CAREGivers provide care in the homes of older people in the community, helping them to maintain a happy, healthy and independent life at home for longer than would otherwise be possible.

As a preferred provider for the Health Service Executive (Ireland’s publicly funded healthcare system) and ISO 9001:2008 Healthmark approved, Home Instead will support the SEURO project with the recruitment of participants through its client and CAREGiver base and support the development of any relevant opportunities.

Deirdre Donaghy

Deirdre Donaghy is Head of Marketing at Home Instead Ireland with a focus on Brand, Digital & Strategy. With more than 18 years’ experience in the development and implementation of business and marketing strategy for private and public organisations that spans the Arts, tourism, and enterprise sectors, most of her experience now lies within the health and social care sector.

Since 2012, she has used her marketing and business development skills to help grow the Home Instead brand and position it as the leading private provider in the home care sector. Her current focus is growing the Home Instead business through the development of new business opportunities and the creation of a strong and sustainable carer workforce.

Deirdre Donaghy is Head of Marketing at Home Instead Ireland with a focus on Brand, Digital & Strategy. With more than 18 years’ experience in the development and implementation of business and marketing strategy for private and public organisations that spans the Arts, tourism, and enterprise sectors, most of her experience now lies within the health and social care sector.

Since 2012, she has used her marketing and business development skills to help grow the Home Instead brand and position it as the leading private provider in the home care sector. Her current focus is growing the Home Instead business through the development of new business opportunities and the creation of a strong and sustainable carer workforce.

AAATE

Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe

The Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE) is the main European sector organisation for Assistive Technology (AT) stakeholders. The Association has institutional and individual members that collaborate in advancing AT across Europe and worldwide. With members in almost all European countries AAATE has an excellent observatory on developments in the sector. AAATE applies a broad interpretation of the term "Assistive Technology" addressing all aspects related to the role of technology for increasing the activities, partecipation and quality of life of persons with disabilities and the ageing population.

Maite Ferrando

Maite Ferrando has an Honours Degree Bachelor and PhD in Psychology (1998-2008) from the University of Valencia (2008), Masters Degree in Health & Clinical Psychology (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), with a strong scientific background on quantitative and qualitative methods and relevant papers published in peer-reviewed academic journals. She has been external researcher or advisor expert in different public and private national and international research institutions (EIPAHA, SEAS, EchAlliance) and granted for research stays at the University of Oslo, Stoony Brook University in New York, the University of Washington and the University of Berkeley, California. She has chaired, co-chaired and been invited to many international conferences and events on technical and scientific topics around innovation and human...

Maite Ferrando has an Honours Degree Bachelor and PhD in Psychology (1998-2008) from the University of Valencia (2008), Masters Degree in Health & Clinical Psychology (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), with a strong scientific background on quantitative and qualitative methods and relevant papers published in peer-reviewed academic journals. She has been external researcher or advisor expert in different public and private national and international research institutions (EIPAHA, SEAS, EchAlliance) and granted for research stays at the University of Oslo, Stoony Brook University in New York, the University of Washington and the University of Berkeley, California. She has chaired, co-chaired and been invited to many international conferences and events on technical and scientific topics around innovation and human wellbeing research.

Maite Ferrando (PhD) is CEO of Senior Europa SL (Kveloce I+D+i), a company with over 20 years of experience leading the management and evaluation of projects funded by EU-funded programs (FP6, FP7, H2020, CIP, EIT health, AMIF to mention some) as well as also business oriented services, providing support to several regional or international business ecosystems linked with digital health and social innovation.

She has more than 15 years of experience in project management and quality assurance for research and innovation projects mostly funded by the European Commission and other public national and international funded bodies which requires high standards for quality and risk management procedures. Since 2010, she is a European Commission External Evaluator, Rapporteur and Reviewer for competitively funded programmes, including H2020 calls related with technology, health and other transversal research and innovation topics with high social and human impact.

Sabine Lobnig

Sabine is supporting AAATE in strategic communications with a focus on accessibility for persons with disabilities and assistive technology as well as evaluation, quality control and dissemination activities in EU projects.

Sabine is supporting AAATE in strategic communications with a focus on accessibility for persons with disabilities and assistive technology as well as evaluation, quality control and dissemination activities in EU projects.

EASPD

European Association of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities

EASPD (European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities) is a European NGO network representing over 17,000 social and health support provider organisations across Europe and across disabilities. The objective of EAPSPD is to promote equal opportunities for persons with disabilities through effective and high-quality service systems. To this end EASPD work towards ensuring the full implementationof the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UN CRPD) and is accredited to the Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. In SEURO, EASPD is responsible for developing the Dissemination and communication strategy manual. It is a supporting partner in the development of the ProTransfer Digital Assessment Tools as well as other tasks.

Ana Luiza Hannotte

Ana Luiza Hannotte is a Project Development Officer at EASPD, and is responsible for drafting project proposals in the areas of Early Child Intervention, Health and Workforce Development and Human Resources. She is also responsible for implementing European projects, having experience on dissemination and quality assurance. She holds a MA with distinctions in International Relations from Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and a Specialised Master’s with distinctions in interdisciplinary EU Studies from ULB. She has worked and volunteered in the not-for-profit sector in the fields of development cooperation and Human Rights, executing tasks linked to project implementation and research.

Ana Luiza Hannotte is a Project Development Officer at EASPD, and is responsible for drafting project proposals in the areas of Early Child Intervention, Health and Workforce Development and Human Resources. She is also responsible for implementing European projects, having experience on dissemination and quality assurance. She holds a MA with distinctions in International Relations from Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and a Specialised Master’s with distinctions in interdisciplinary EU Studies from ULB. She has worked and volunteered in the not-for-profit sector in the fields of development cooperation and Human Rights, executing tasks linked to project implementation and research.

Fabrizio De Angelis

Fabrizio De Angelis is a policy officer at the EASPD. He is responsible for the advocacy in the area of work and employment for persons with disabilities and assists the work of the Member Forum on Employment of persons with disabilities. Fabrizio holds a legal background and several years of experience in Brussels directly working with the EU and international Institutions.

Fabrizio De Angelis is a policy officer at the EASPD. He is responsible for the advocacy in the area of work and employment for persons with disabilities and assists the work of the Member Forum on Employment of persons with disabilities. Fabrizio holds a legal background and several years of experience in Brussels directly working with the EU and international Institutions.

The Region of Västerbotten (RV)

The leading provider of healthcare in Northern Sweden. RV manages three public hospitals, 33 GP clinics, and has a strong Innovation and Research department with 10,000 employees. RV has broad experience in carrying out field tests with end-users, providing clinical perspective, performing clinical randomised controlled trials and observational studies.

RV will participate in all Work Packages and will lead WP6 Ethics, Data Protection, and Regulation. RV brings both project management experience, valuable clinical expertise, clinical trial expertise and access to patients and procurement processes to the project.

Umeå University

Umeå University is a responsive, dynamic and vibrant centre of learning. Umeå applies a progressive teaching approach, dedication to expanding research boundaries and strong commitment to economic development. Umeå’sstudents numbers a total of 33,000. Central to Umeå's mission is delivering economic impact through research excellence. Umeå University has a range of research and expertise relevant to the field of healthcare from AI to civil engineering, computer science, and medicine. Umeå University works with industry and academia to transform research into products in our core areas.

Umeå will lead the Swedish trial site in WP4 and will contribute to all work packages throughout the project.

Prof Anna Nordström

Prof. Anna Nordström is the Director of Testbed Life Medicine at Umeå University and works as senior attending physician in Rehabilitation Medicine, and Behavioral Medicine. She is also professor in Sports Sciences and in Public Health. Her roles involve building and leading teams to research and develop (R&D) technologies, services and practices in preventative health as well as risk factor identification in non-communicable diseases such as physical activity and sedentary behavior.Anna founded Testbed Life Medicine, which provides resources for many researchers and SMEs including development of recruitment protocols, development of study protocols, information and informed consent forms and ethical approval applications.

Prof. Anna Nordström is the Director of Testbed Life Medicine at Umeå University and works as senior attending physician in Rehabilitation Medicine, and Behavioral Medicine. She is also professor in Sports Sciences and in Public Health. Her roles involve building and leading teams to research and develop (R&D) technologies, services and practices in preventative health as well as risk factor identification in non-communicable diseases such as physical activity and sedentary behavior.Anna founded Testbed Life Medicine, which provides resources for many researchers and SMEs including development of recruitment protocols, development of study protocols, information and informed consent forms and ethical approval applications.

Dr Ambra Gentile

In SEURO, Ambra leads on WP6 – Ethics, Data Protection and Regulation, ensuring that the ethical aspects of SEURO project implementation are up-to-date and adhered to at all stages. Ambra is post-doc at Umeå University. She completed her PhD in Health Promotion and Cognitive Sciences in the University of Palermo, Italy, in 2021. Ambra’s PhD dissertation investigated the effects of physical activity on cognitive functioning. She graduated in psychology in 2016, her dissertation included a meta-analysis on the effects of stereotype threat on women’s sport performances. She’s currently a lecturer of Psychology of Communication Processes in Sports at the sport science faculty in the University of Palermo. Her research interests include the beneficial effects of physical activity on cognitive functions and the use of Virtual...

In SEURO, Ambra leads on WP6 – Ethics, Data Protection and Regulation, ensuring that the ethical aspects of SEURO project implementation are up-to-date and adhered to at all stages. Ambra is post-doc at Umeå University. She completed her PhD in Health Promotion and Cognitive Sciences in the University of Palermo, Italy, in 2021. Ambra’s PhD dissertation investigated the effects of physical activity on cognitive functioning. She graduated in psychology in 2016, her dissertation included a meta-analysis on the effects of stereotype threat on women’s sport performances. She’s currently a lecturer of Psychology of Communication Processes in Sports at the sport science faculty in the University of Palermo. Her research interests include the beneficial effects of physical activity on cognitive functions and the use of Virtual Reality to relieve psychological stress. She is specialised in various research methodologies and data analysis, with particular focus on the meta-analytic approaches.

AIAS

AIAS Bologna Onlus is a service provider to persons with disabilities. The organisation has a track record of developing and delivering highly innovative services in the field of social care and assistive technology. Research and development activities in the field of digital integrated care are managed by the WeCareMore Centre for Research and Innovation of AIAS Bologna. The Team is multidisciplinary including engineers, psychologists, therapists and economists.

AIAS also manages two Centres for Assistive Technology and Accessible Environments on behalf of the local (health) authorities in the Region Emilia Romagna.

In the SEURO Project AIAS has an active role in most work packages, in particular in WP1 (developing the ProTransfer tool) and WP4 (Implementation Trials).

Evert-Jan Hoogerwerf

Evert-Jan (Project manager) is Head of the Department of Assistive Technology of AIAS Bologna and Director of the Centre for Innovation and Research WeCareMore of the same organisation.

Evert-Jan (Project manager) is Head of the Department of Assistive Technology of AIAS Bologna and Director of the Centre for Innovation and Research WeCareMore of the same organisation.

Massimiliano Malavasi

Massimiliano (biomedical engineer) is coordinator of the R&D Activities of AT team of AIAS.

Massimiliano (biomedical engineer) is coordinator of the R&D Activities of AT team of AIAS.

Cristian Leorin

Cristian (SLT) is an expert in assistive technologies for people with disabilities and in-house consultant for AIAS Bologna onlus. He is also professor of "Assistive Technology applied to speech therapy" at the University of Padua and "Augmentative Alternative Communication" at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Cristian is further the President and Co-Founder of Novilunio, a non-profit association dedicated to inspiring a culture of change in the world of dementia in Italy.

Cristian (SLT) is an expert in assistive technologies for people with disabilities and in-house consultant for AIAS Bologna onlus. He is also professor of "Assistive Technology applied to speech therapy" at the University of Padua and "Augmentative Alternative Communication" at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Cristian is further the President and Co-Founder of Novilunio, a non-profit association dedicated to inspiring a culture of change in the world of dementia in Italy.

Lisa Cesario

Lisa is a computer scientist. Her expertise is in the development of software and applications in the field of robotics and computer vision. She further works on IOT applications, robotic systems and multimodal communication. She works for the eHealth and eCare projects of the WeCareMore Centre.

Lisa is a computer scientist. Her expertise is in the development of software and applications in the field of robotics and computer vision. She further works on IOT applications, robotic systems and multimodal communication. She works for the eHealth and eCare projects of the WeCareMore Centre.

Laura Bugo

Laura is a software developer that recently joined the WeCareMore Team of AIAS Bologna. She is interested in the use of technology to improve the quality of life for people, especially in how healthcare can be supported by technology.

Laura is a software developer that recently joined the WeCareMore Team of AIAS Bologna. She is interested in the use of technology to improve the quality of life for people, especially in how healthcare can be supported by technology.

Carlo Montanari

Carlo Montanari is a telecommunication engineer and part of the research team of AIAS Bologna. He is specialized in home automation systems, digital health solutions and human machine interfaces.

Carlo Montanari is a telecommunication engineer and part of the research team of AIAS Bologna. He is specialized in home automation systems, digital health solutions and human machine interfaces.

Valentina Fiordelmondo

Valentina (economist) is a staff member of the Project and Innovation Department of AIAS. She has worked as a researcher in the ProACT project.

Valentina (economist) is a staff member of the Project and Innovation Department of AIAS. She has worked as a researcher in the ProACT project.

Lorenzo Desideri

Lorenzo (psychologist) works as a senior researcher in the Department Projects and Innovation and in the WeCareMore Centre of AIAS Bologna. He is also adjunct professor at the University of Bologna teaching in the course Psychology of Language.

Lorenzo (psychologist) works as a senior researcher in the Department Projects and Innovation and in the WeCareMore Centre of AIAS Bologna. He is also adjunct professor at the University of Bologna teaching in the course Psychology of Language.

Arianna Gherardini

Arianna Gherardini (psychologist) works as a junior researcher for the WeCareMore centre of AIAS Bologna.

Arianna Gherardini (psychologist) works as a junior researcher for the WeCareMore centre of AIAS Bologna.

Valentina Bettelli

Valentina (OT) works as a junior researcher for WeCareMore centre of AIAS Bologna.

Valentina (OT) works as a junior researcher for WeCareMore centre of AIAS Bologna.

Z-Plus

Z-Plus is a cooperative organisation, founded in 2017 by 4 leading healthcare providers in Flanders www.z-plus.be. Z-Plus is in the business-to-business market, providing innovative healthcare services to care providers (residential care centers, home care services, home nursing services, general practitioner practices, hospitals, assisted living management organizations, public social welfare centers, etc.), enabling them to better support their clients. Together, the founding non-profit organisations have decades of experience in homecare, in terms of well-being, guidance, care and nursing and employ over 2,400 nurses & 18,000 caregivers.

In the SEURO project, Z-plus will be involved in WP4 and will provide the triage service for the 80 people with multi morbidities and will recruit 240 participants in the Belgian trial site. Z-plus will also provide feedback in collaboration with imec on ProBCF and ProTransfer tools.

Julie Wyffels

Julie Wyffels is the general manager of Z-plus. She is a nurse by training and is fascinated by remote healthcare and truly believes in the value it can add to care. Julie has been working for Z-plus for 3 years now after 18 years of experience in home care.

Julie Wyffels is the general manager of Z-plus. She is a nurse by training and is fascinated by remote healthcare and truly believes in the value it can add to care. Julie has been working for Z-plus for 3 years now after 18 years of experience in home care.

Naomi Verbeke

Naomi Verbeke is the coordinator of Z-plus. She has been present since the start. She coaches the operators and closely monitors the implementation of the projects.

Naomi Verbeke is the coordinator of Z-plus. She has been present since the start. She coaches the operators and closely monitors the implementation of the projects.

Caredoc

Caredoc (Carlow Emergency Doctors-on-Call CLG) is an innovative and dynamic GP led not-for-profit organisation limited by guarantee that has consistently delivered excellent care for patients, while providing value for money. Caredoc has a proven track record in the delivery of integrated services including telephone triage and remote assessment of patients, eHealth and devices, community intervention teams, out-of-hours services, and GP management including clinical governance. These healthcare services are patient centred and are managed by an experienced high-performing team who are committed to a collaborative approach to achieving the highest quality healthcare for patients.

Caredoc has successfully integrated acute, primary and community care by working collaboratively with clinicians and has connected successfully over interoperable ICT platforms. Caredoc provides healthcare services for 850 GPs throughout Ireland, which account for approximately 1/3 of the population. Caredoc has 450 GP members and a further 400 GPs where services are provided through tenders. Caredoc also provides a national nursing helpline for Ireland.

Caredoc has been instrumental in the design and implementation of the SMILE (Supporting Multimorbidity selfcare through Integration, Learning and eHealth) project, supporting chronic disease through nursing support and the use of technology, in collaboration with NetwellCASALA at Dundalk IT and the Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (TCPHI) at Trinity College Dublin.

Caredoc’s role in the SEURO trial will centre on identifying and recruiting participants for the Irish trial site and provision of nursing triage support.

Margaret Curran

Margaret joined the Caredoc team in 1999 and is the Corporate General Manager. She leads a very dynamic team delivering a range of health care services across Ireland. Margaret has a proven track record and demonstrated abilities in innovative service development and change management. The Caredoc team work collaboratively with a broad range of academia, healthcare organisations and health professionals from across the primary, secondary and tertiary fields to deliver award winning healthcare services. Margaret is very proud to be part of the development of an innovative healthcare model that has been recognised by the WHO and is contained within their compendium of initiatives for Connected Integrated Health Service Delivery.

Margaret joined the Caredoc team in 1999 and is the Corporate General Manager. She leads a very dynamic team delivering a range of health care services across Ireland. Margaret has a proven track record and demonstrated abilities in innovative service development and change management. The Caredoc team work collaboratively with a broad range of academia, healthcare organisations and health professionals from across the primary, secondary and tertiary fields to deliver award winning healthcare services. Margaret is very proud to be part of the development of an innovative healthcare model that has been recognised by the WHO and is contained within their compendium of initiatives for Connected Integrated Health Service Delivery.

Aideen Byrne

Aideen graduated from University College Dublin with a Bachelor of Arts in 2000 and was awarded a Higher Diploma in Computer Science, specialising in Data Analytics, from Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology in 2020. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Artificial Intelligence at Dublin City University. Aideen has several years’ experience working in both academic and healthcare settings and has a strong background in supporting research activities. She is lead co-ordinator for Caredoc’s SMILE (Supporting Multimorbidity selfcare through Integration, Learning and eHealth) project.

Aideen graduated from University College Dublin with a Bachelor of Arts in 2000 and was awarded a Higher Diploma in Computer Science, specialising in Data Analytics, from Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology in 2020. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Artificial Intelligence at Dublin City University. Aideen has several years’ experience working in both academic and healthcare settings and has a strong background in supporting research activities. She is lead co-ordinator for Caredoc’s SMILE (Supporting Multimorbidity selfcare through Integration, Learning and eHealth) project.

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