On 13 September, the Centre for e-health invited people to an Open Research Day, shedding light not only on the centre's research activities but also providing valuable insights into perspectives on trends and visions within e-health.
The treatment of HIV patients works so well that 80 per cent of patients do not require follow-up appointments in hospital. The Hospital of Southern Norway (SSHF) and the University of Agder will now develop a fully digital solution for follow-up.
Digitalization Minister Linda Hofstad Helleland supports an innovation project that aims to prevent self-harm in psychiatry with the help of artificial intelligence. She believes this can contribute to the government's goal of vision zero for suicides.
Katherine Brown started as PhD candidate at the Department of Information Systems this month. She will look at the challenges older people and immigrants experience when faced with digital health services.