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Council of Coaches @ Innovation Uptake Workshop

On the 7th of November at the Brussels Life Sciences Incubator (BLSI), Council of Coaches was present at a workshop organized by partner Innovation Sprint on: “Innovation uptake in eHealth with […]

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An RRD coach @NordicCHI’18 conference

In the beginning of October, Marijke a PhD student working at Roessingh Research and Development attended the NordiCHI’18 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction at Oslo, Norway. This year, the main theme of […]

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Council of Coaches Concept Animation Video

The Council of Coaches Horizon 2020 project is explained in this short animated video.

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7th of November-Workshop on Ethics and Regulatory challenges in eHealth in Brussels

Innovation uptake in eHealth with patient-centeredness and gamification. Regulatory challenges and opportunities. Scope of the meeting: Brainstorm the status of the regulatory and ethical scenario in the context of eHealth […]

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People Behind the Council of Coaches – Episode 5

In today’s episode of “The People Behind Council of Coaches”, we present the team from the University of Dundee and the Centre for Argument Technology

The University of Dundee has nine academic Schools covering a variety of subject areas and has been ranked top in Scotland for research in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine. The University has around 11,000 students, 60 researchers in Computing, in the School of Science and Engineering and 500 scientists and clinicians in the School of Medicine. The Centre for Argument Technology (ARG-tech) is located in the Discipline of Computing at the University of Dundee. This group is committed to developing the vision, academic theory and commercial exploitation of an Argument Web – an interconnected network of opinions, arguments, debates and discussions – having attracted funding of over £5m, and has over 150 refereed papers in print.

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