A workshop on eHAction Task 6.3: ‘e-skills for health professionals’ was held on 15th and 16th January in Dublin, Ireland. Co-hosted by the task leaders, the Irish Computer Society (ICS) and the Irish Ministry of Health at the ICS headquarters, the workshop brought task contributors together to discuss the progress of the task, review results and agree on lesson learned.
Following the eHealth Network meeting, the Leadership Council met to discuss the ongoing and future activities of eHAction. This Leadership Council face-to-face meeting began with the state of play of each Work Package, followed by the presentation of the plan for 2020, including upcoming workshops and events.
The 16th eHealth Network meeting was held at the Albert Borschette Conference Centre in Brussels, on 28th and 29th November. Starting with the topic “Priorities in digital health”, the Commission presented its new priorities, followed by an overview of the eHealth Network's current plan and the discussion of the next multi-annual work plan as of 2021.
Martin's Brussels EU Hotel hosted the Joining the Dots Conference from 27th to 28th November 2019. Striving for ensuring better data for person-centred health and care, optimised research and Learning Health Systems, as the name suggests, this conference brought together seven leading European initiatives, contributing to key recommendations and future strategies for Europe: C3-Cloud; Trillium II; Digital Health Europe; eHAction; i~HD; EHR2EDC; EHDEN.