Fiona Tulinayo, PhD in Computer Science, in Makerere University, Uganda, has researched collaboratively managing knowledge in Advance Care Plan within Personalized Integrated Care.

By |2022-03-16T06:59:03+01:003 March 2022|

The stay of the Ugandan researcher in Kronikgune has been supported thanks to the collaboration of the Provincial Council of Bizkaia and the Women for Africa Foundation, through their programmes “Bizkaia Koopera” and "Ellas Investigan”.  STuCK-Appic, a Systemic Thinking Approach to understanding the complexities in collaboratively managing knowledge in Advance Care Plan within Personalized Integrated [...]

Second Anniversary of the TITTAN European Project

By |2018-04-26T11:45:59+01:0020 April 2018|

The TITTAN Project has celebrated its second year looking for the improvement of the quality of health systems through innovative products and services in the field of active and healthy ageing with the exchange and implementation of good practices among different European regions. The four-and-a-half-year project TITTAN (Network for Technology, Innovation and Translation in Ageing) [...]

Kronikgune launches a new European project: Scirocco.

By |2016-04-25T12:12:07+01:0025 April 2016|

After the “Grant Agreement” signing, the kick-off meeting for the European project SCALING INTEGRATED CARE IN CONTEXT (SCIROCCO) took place in Luxembourg on 12th and 13th April. The Consortium in charge of the project, which will last 32 months, is led by Scotland's National Telehealth and Telecare Organisation NHS24. Scirocco aims to facilitate the implementation [...]