The Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment (HEHTA) research group at the University of Glasgow were very pleased to demonstrate PATHway at Explorathon’17, in Glasgow’s Riverside Museum on Friday 29th September, as part of European Researchers’ Night 2017. Visitors of all ages were keen to try out the PATHway demonstration. In addition, the public were[…]

PATHway at Explorathon’17

The Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment (HEHTA) research group at the University of Glasgow were very pleased to demonstrate PATHway at Explorathon’17, in Glasgow’s Riverside Museum on Friday 29th September, as part of European Researchers’ Night 2017. Visitors of all ages were keen to try out the PATHway demonstration. In addition, the public were[…]

Thessaloniki International Fair

During this week, the Thessaloniki International Fair is taking place. In the context of this exhibition, PATHway project is demonstrated. The Prime Minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras, visited PATHway stand. Furthermore, PATHway project was also presented in various health authorities and participants representing both industry and academia expressing their interest about the project’s goals.  […]

Showcasing PATHway at eHealth Week 2017 The PATHway project exhibition at eHealth week 2017 generated a lot of interest as it demonstrated how world leading medical device monitoring solutions can be used for the self management of cardiovascular disease. Data and Connected Health are today at the heart of service delivery and the development of[…]

PATHway newsletter issue 3

The PATHway Newsletter is now available here. Publications, activities and more for the PATHway followers.  

The health economics team at the University of Glasgow have developed a comprehensive protocol, outlining the economic analysis of the PATHway project. University of Glasgow will combine and evaluate health outcomes and resource use consequences of the PATHway intervention to determine incremental cost-effectiveness of PATHway compared with usual care. The within trial analysis will focus[…]

After two years of hard work on the project, the technical team has developed and released the 2nd Prototype version of PATHway, refining the technological components integrated at a previous stage, and implementing and integrating new ones, to further improve user experience with the home-based, personalized cardiac rehabilitation platform. The PATHway 2nd Prototype version home[…]

PATHway @University of Leuven

The last couple of months, the clinical PATHway team in Leuven has presented the first prototype to CVD patients during usability testing, as well as to the large public during the Day of Science.                 Interest and enthusiasm were overwhelming with people from as young as 4 years[…]

Following on from the development work in the first two years of the PATHway it is a great time to reflect on what has been achieved so far. The clinical team have engaged with individuals with cardiovascular disease extensively throughout the development of the system (see D2.2 and D2.4). Thankfully, we are now entering into[…]

Research Symposium 9th February 2017 As part of PATHway informative events, Dublin City University has hosted a research symposium with third-level undergraduates from Athlone Institute of Technology. This symposium showcased how physical activity can be implemented throughout the lifestyle and in particular with those with various chronic illnesses. The day was kicked off with an example of[…]