What is PATHway and how does it work? Introduction to PATHway platform is now online and available here.
From April 26th to 28th Engineering Ingegneria Informatica S.P.A., hosted a delegation from paediatric hospital “Cadangan Pembangunan Hospital Pakar Kanak-Kanak” of Kuala Lumpur. During the meeting our research division had the opportunity to present the PATHway project results and to show a live demo of the second prototype demonstrating our capability to work on challenging topics and in partnership[…]
In Leuven, the PATHway team had a very hectic summer. Indeed, the PATHway trial started off with the usual child diseases but after a while, researchers and clinical partners became a well-oiled machine. Nevertheless, when in October the 3-month follow-up measurements started to run in parallel with the baseline assessments, we were very happy to[…]
At DCU we are delighted to announce that we have reached our target recruitment number of 60 participants! The final baseline testing session will take place on Monday November 27th. Also on Monday we will have had 21 participants complete their 3 month follow-up assessment. Dr. Laurie McDermott presented at at the Health Enhancing Physical[…]
In June 2017 the big clinical trial evaluating PATHway kicked off, 120 patients have been recruited for participation, of which 60 are now using the PATHway system. All trial participants are getting assessments on their health status, exercise capacity, physical activity level and health behavior at three occasions throughout the 6 month trial period. All[…]
A fully functional version of the PATHway platform is being used in the PATHway Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs). The technical team is excited that CVD patients and medical experts are using and interacting with the system and collecting valuable data for further research. Our satisfaction is much greater as PATHway is proving to be effective[…]
On October 3rd, 2017 PATHway consortium partners NG and KUL have participated in a common workshop together with another EC funded project – Games of Active Life (GOAL). The workshop was organized as part of the Games for Health Europe Conference (https://www.gamesforhealtheurope.org/) that took place in Eindhoven, Netherlands on 2nd and 3rd of October that[…]