CHAMELEONS News and Milestones
CHAMELEONS Partners have been working away to reach a number of milestones:
Work Package 1
Needs Analysis Research Complete.
Interview: Research Interviews have been carried out with both doctoral students and employers.
Gap Analysis Complete.
List of Intersectoral Courses across the consortium has been developed. This list will be drawn from the CHAMELEONS Modules.
Work Package 2
Two Module design Workshops have been already successfully completed, held online due to COVID-19.
From those workshops a State of the Art Tool Kit was created.
Work Package 3
Recruitment Process is Complete: 15 doctoral students from a range of areas including business, health, and sports science have been selected from a possible 24.
CHAMELEONS Module 1
CHAMELEONS Module was a great success! CHAMELEONS Module 1 took place on the 22nd, 23rd, 26th, 27th, and 28th of April 2021 online for 5 days across 4 time zones. Everyone worked so hard to plan and execute CHAMELEONS' very first module.
15 doctoral students took part in this online module which included some of the courses on the course list below.
A number of Guest speakers across a range of disciplines including healthcare and industries graciously agreed to speak and answer any questions about their careers.
A number of courses from the list, developed in Work Package1 were run throughout the week of Module 1.
List of Courses Offered by CHAMELEONS
Stand-alone Elective Courses offered as stand-alone modules during the academic year 2020-2021. Course info at: https://mrm.med.auth.gr/courses/
Connected Health News
Connected Health Market Growth 2021 to 2026, Global Industry Size, Recent Trends, Demand and Share Analysis with Top Key-Players. April 21, 2021.
2020 ‘revision’ and what’s in store for 2021? February 17, 2021.
S3 Connected Health recognized for innovation in a time of great need. December 18, 2020.
New Medtech Chair to prioritise startups & connected health. February 26, 2019. https://www.s3connectedhealth.com/blog/news/new-medtech-chair-to-prioritise-startups-connected-health