Handicap International and Mobilab are looking for a CPO with expertise in CAD for a project in Togo, Niger and Mali. More details view document below:
...and we won't just let that pass by. On Friday, February 17, we organize a symposium in which we will look back upon 10 years of research, look forward to the future and finalize 2 of our recent projects, Motex and Efforth with workshops and lectures. Of course, there will be several opportunities to network. We hope to see you then! Please register via the online form before February 13.
09:30 Welcome with coffee
10:10 Motex project highlights (Bert Bonroy)
10:25 Efforth project highlights (Veerle Creylman)
10:50 Parallel session 1:
13:35 Parallel session 2:
15:45 Guided tour and networking reception
17:30 End of the symposium
Do not hesitate to contact us via email@example.com if you have any questions.
This is the programme for the eMen Conference on February 6, 2017:
10:00-10:40 eMental Health: State of the Art
10:40-11:00 eMen: Unlocking the power of technology to improve Europe's mental health
11:00-11:20 eGGZ policy in the Netherlands
11:20-11:50 Networking break
11:50-12:30 Showcase of available technologies
12:30-13:50 Networking lunch
13:50-14:30 Best practices
14:30-15:10 Privacy and ethical questions
15:10-15:50 Networking break
15:50-16:30 Best practices
16:30-17:00 Policy and closing
16:40-17:30 Drinks & Networking
You can still preregister via the online form.
More information on the conference
eMEN: unlocking the power of technology to improve Europe's mental health.
The eMEN project, made possible by Inttereg NWE, is working to unlock the power of technology to improve Europe's mental health. Our launch conference will look at how we can increase the uptake of e-mental health and reduce the levels of unmet needs within mental healthcare.
The event takes place from 10 am till 5 pm and will feature some interesting keynote speakers who will demonstrate several useful case studies. The following topics will be dealt with (amongst others):
Date: Monday February 6, 2017
For whom: This conference is meant for mental health professionals, mental health institutions,
scientists, researchers, policymakers, end users and developers
Venue: Thomas More, Zandpoortvest 60, 2800 Mechelen, Belgium
Fee: free (financed via Interreg)
Confirmed keynote speakers are i.a.: e-mental health Professor dr. Heleen Riper and Flemish Minister of welfare, Public Health and Family, Jo Vandeurzen.
The full programme will be available soon. Follow us on Twitter @emen_eu for updates.
Preregister for the conference via the button below:
Mobilab received the Health & Care Award (category innovation) for project Motex and the public and expert jury award in the category Concept for their To Walk Again Post Revalidation Center in Herentals at the Health & Care Congress in Ghent. The Health & Care exhibition is the biggest exhibition for professionals in healthcare in Belgium and was organised this year in Ghent from September 28 to 30. Jo Vandeurzen, Flemish minister of wellbeing, health and family, handed out awards in 5 categories: Health & Care, Concept, Hospitality, Innovation and Tools.
Together with the award, Mobilab received a voucher for airtime on Kanaal Z (Belgian business TV-channel) with a value of €4200 and a voucher for a reception for 10 people, sponsored by Solucious.
Yesterday, at the ISPO 2015 congress in Lyon, our colleagues Veerle Creylman, Luiza Muraru, Helga Vertommen and Louis Peeraer received the Forchheimer Prize for their paper "Gait Assessment during the initial fitting of customized selective laser sintering ankle foot orthoses in subjects with drop foot".
The Forchheimer Prize was established by the Forchheimer family to honour the memory of Sylvia and Alfred Forchheimer and recognizes the most outstanding paper on objective clinical assessment, clinical evaluation or clinical measurement published in Prosthetics and Orthotics International.
Well done, colleagues!
The Belgian Government has made a presentation film about applied research at the University Colleges In Flanders in which amongst others our gait lab and the EKSO robot are covered. The film was first shown in public on May 12 in Flanders' House in New York, during a lunch meeting of university rectors and headmasters of university colleges together with Geert Bourgeois, prime minister of the Flemish Government.
You can watch the film on this link.