Open Participatory ENgagement in Collective Awareness for REdesign of care services in a collaborative consortium for social innovation
note: this page is being edited, may be updated at any time
Call for initiatives to hack health and social care
Sharing the stories of initiatives made by the people for the people, each with a promising and innovative approach to reinvent healthcare
We look for solving the shortcomings of the social and medical care system with a community-driven mindset for a better quality of life.
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some of the initiatives collected so far
the open-source hand-held ultrasound
“We strongly believe that Open Source and affordable approach and principles in medical devices are the means by which quality healthcare can be provided to all”, says Olivier De Fresnoye. read more...
community-driven care for the community's patients
We are Denise and Carry. In 2015, we were diagnosed with different types of cancer. Ever since we were diagnosed until the end of our treatment we were more than convinced our body could fight this and we eventually would win the battle. read more...
training the blind to experience the world with echolocation
There are a quarter billion people in the world with serious visual impairment.
The team of SoundSight Training designed an audio-based virtual reality environment that can train blind people to use echolocation in their daily life. Read more ...
Preventing overweight and obesity at the source
Dr. Annamaria Acquaviva, with a passion for tasty cooking and a healthy lifestyle, believes the two can work together. Prevention instead of cure: targeting the factors contributing to obesity is the first step, the key to changing for healthy behaviours. Read more ...
Deliverables from the project - updated
note: these are the deliverables from the SCimPULSE foundation only. The complete set of documents is managed by the University of Bordeaux. See links below for more information
Deep Games protocol and intended audience
Ethics Guidelines - consent form
Ethics interim evaluation and guidance
More files - shared from the project folder
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