The 5th plenary session of the C3-Cloud Project took place in Bonn (Germany) on the 5, 6 and 7 November.
This event facilitated the review of actions recently implemented and the optimisation and redefinition of pending actions needed to kick-start the intervention to be launched in February 2019.
The aim of the C3-Cloud Project is to develop personalised evidence-based healthcare plans for multimorbid patients, supported by ICT tools and managed by a coordinated multidisciplinary team to promote integrated care as well as the engagement of patients and/or carers. The project applicability will be demonstrated in a pilot study to be carried out in three European regions: South Warwickshire, Basque Country and Jämtland Härjedalen. The Basque Country is represented by Osakidetza and Kronikgune.
The project has currently reached its midpoint, and is in the intervention preparation phase. The development of two digital platforms which enable the preparation of individualised care plans and the participation of patients and carers has now been completed. The architecture of the C3-Cloud application has been defined and its implementation and deployment are beginning to unfold. Moreover, the local training plan for the participants in the study has been developed and the training resources required have been created.
This study has been approved by the Basque Clinical Research Ethics Committee (CEIC-E)
For further information about the project, click here (https://www.kronikgune.org/c3cloud) or visit the official website (http://c3-cloud.eu/).