Aust-Agder Development and Competency Fund has pledged three million kroner every year for five years to the University of Agder’s priority commitment to eHealth. The funds are provided for the project ‘Agder as pioneer region in eHealth’.
How can Norway and Japan mutually benefit from each other’s work on developing user-friendly technological support systems for health personnel? Renée Schulz will be studying that matter for the next two years.
“Health technology is becoming increasingly more important, and it is great that UiA is spearheading this,” said Monica Mæland, Minister of Local Government and Modernisation, after her visit to the Centre for eHealth on Campus Grimstad.