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Projects 2018-03-19T23:35:00+00:00
2021-02-06T23:51:52+00:00

CQC - Caring for Those Who Care Caring for Those Who Care (CQC in Portuguese) is an innovative project that promotes support strategies for informal caregivers of dependent people. With funding from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (FCG) and José de Mello Saúde, the project is being implemented by the Sanguedo Social Assistance Center for Children - CASTIIS and [...]

2021-02-06T23:08:30+00:00

AUDIT + Audit + : CHBV artificial intelligence engine and business intelligence system Audit + is a project focused on an artificial intelligence engine and business intelligence system of the Hospital Center of Baixo Vouga (HCBV), leader of the project, in partnership with the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto (FMUP) and CINTESIS. Objectives: a) [...]

2021-02-06T21:42:31+00:00

AdHeart The Project AdHeart - Get involved with your heart: Promotion of therapeutic adherence with a telemonitoring system for people with chronic heart failure is a project developed by CINTESIS, in partnership with Fraunhofer Portugal and FPCEUP. With global funding of around 240 million euros from FCT and POR NORTE, AdHeart aims to develop strategies in the [...]

2021-02-06T20:44:47+00:00

CLIKODE CLIKODE - Automatic Clinical Coding Processing, (3I) Innovation, Investigation of AI models in hospitalization for the codification of Procedures and Diagnostics is a project worth almost 300 thousand euros, benefiting the University Hospital Center of São João, EPE (UHCSJ), leader of the project, in partnership with the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto (FMUP) and [...]

2021-02-06T20:32:37+00:00

DyNaVoiceR With funding from FCT, the DyNaVoiceR project - Reconstruction of dysphonic voice to natural voice focuses on advanced technology allowing to help patients affected by vocal dysphonia, mainly temporary or permanent aphonia, to communicate effectively and comfortably. Our vision is that assistive technology captures the dysphonic voice through a microphone and reconstructs natural voice, in real-time, [...]

2021-02-06T19:48:58+00:00

DigiScope2 DigiScope2 - Stethoscope for Clinical Use has as main objective the creation of a prototype of a decision support system for auscultation, through the adaptation and evolution of the current cardiac sound processing algorithms, incorporating them in a machine learning structure that combines these results with additional patient data, integrating all of this into an existing [...]

2021-02-06T19:37:22+00:00

eHealth4all@EU eHealth4all@EU - Interprofessional European eHealth Programme in Higher Education Abstract eHealth is a priority for European member states as technology can encourage preventative health, help citizens manage their health and social care needs and reduce the cost and utilisation of healthcare. While progress has been made, a number of barriers exist. There is a [...]

2021-02-06T19:33:38+00:00

iSupport-Portugal for those who care in dementia iSupport is a new support and training program for informal caregivers of people with dementia, made available over the internet. It was developed in 2017 by the World Health Organization (WHO), and this organization granted an exclusive license to the Institute of Biomedical Sciences Abel Salazar of the University of Porto [...]

2021-02-06T17:42:20+00:00

SHAPES | Smart and Healthy Ageing through People Engaging in Supportive Systems The SHAPES Project aims to create the first open European Ecosystem capable of guaranteeing the wide-scale implementation of a wide range of digital solutions that support older people to live autonomously and healthily for longer. SHAPES aims to build an open platform that will integrate [...]

2021-02-06T17:25:36+00:00

COMoMat-PandCovid19 CINTESIS participates in the project COMoMat-PandCovid19: Optimal Control and Mathematical Modeling of Pandemia Covid-19, which obtained funding from the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), under the RESEARCH4COVID19 initiative. One of the main objectives is "to prevent and estimate the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus to develop strategies to control and eradicate Covid-19". Another objective is [...]

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