The representatives of the DIGI4ME project - teaching staff and researchers from the Politehnica University of Bucharest (UPB), participated during November 11-13 at the medical congress Quo Vadis, Dermatology-venerology Bridge over time, a new beginning, held in Bucharest. The project team presented the participants with the complete list and curriculum of the courses that are developed within the project and are intended for medical professionals, with the aim of improving their IT skills. The courses are accredited in the European Union and will take place physically and online, and registration is free, through the registration form: https://forms.gle/42G4YaYEGxrDLMr39. The courses are created on 3 levels of learning, beginner/intermediate/advanced, to best meet the training needs of professionals. Participants in the physical courses, within the medical congresses, will receive 18 EMC points after passing each course.
Dissemination at the XIVth Anti-Aging Corrective Dermatology & Aesthetic Medicine Congress, Bucharest, Romania
Assoc. Prof. Phd. Eng. Dorina Popovici and Lect. Phd. Eng. Iuliana Marin from Politehnica University of Bucharest presented the DIGI4ME project on May 6, 2022, at the XIVth Anti-Aging Corrective Dermatology & Aesthetic Medicine Congress which took place in Bucharest, Romania.
The presentation was entitled “DIGI4ME- EU accredited courses to improve the digital skills of health professionals” and it outlined the scope of the project, the partners, the project work packages and the course offers.
Participation at the LIQUE 2021 workshop
The paper entitled “A life quality Architectural Approach to Enhance Digital Skills Training” was submitted to the workshop LIQUE 2021 – Life Improvement in Quality by Ubiquitous Experiences Workshop and it was presented on May 21, 2021. The article is included in the Proceedings of the 1st Life Improvement in Quality by Ubiquitous Experiences Workshop (LIQUE 2021), New York City (virtual), USA.
The work proposes a system based on sensors to mitigate the problems and the incidents which occurs in hospitals in the context of the Erasmus+ DIGI4ME project which aims to enhance digital skills trainings. The proposed software solution can determine medical professionals to enhance their digital skills and improve the experiences of their patients.