The DISH (Digital & Innovation Skills Helix in Health) project is moving towards the end of its first year (of three), and since the official launch event in Denmark in January 2019, a wide range of eHealth learning solutions have been discussed and proposed, with the objective of ensuring good quality care, despite the decrease of resources to meet the demographic demand.
The UK Triple Helix partnership for the project is led by NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), supported by Edge Hill University (EHU) and the E-Health Cluster
The next consortium meeting will be hosted by the UK Triple Helix, and will take place in Liverpool on the 10th and 11th December 2019. We will be based in the Museum of Liverpool and have timetable of interesting events and visits lined up. Alex Hunter of the eHealth Cluster said: “This will be a great opportunity to move to the next stage of the project, as well as to showcase the city to participants from across Europe. We’re looking forward to having a productive and enjoyable visit”