U-CARE researchers visit Milan


This week, Joanne Woodford, Chelsea Coumoundouros, and Louise von Essen visit Milan to meet other members of the EU-funded research network ENTWINE.

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Dr. Joanne Woodford, PhD candidate Chelsea Coumoundouros, and Professor Louise von Essen in Milan where they will meet with the ENTWINE research network.

The ENTWINE network is a research network aiming to increase our understanding of informal care, and to design and implement technology-based solutions to support informal caregivers. The gathering in Milan is the final meeting of the ENTWINE network.

– I can’t believe it’s been three years, says Chelsea. I’m really excited to see everyone in the network again and hear about what they’ve been up to since we met last year in the Netherlands.

The event will feature a mixture of presentations and workshops by members and partners of the ENTWINE network. The programme includes a talk by Anders Henriques and Mattias Colliander of the e-Health company Chorus, where Chelsea did an internship last year, who will discuss e-Health implementation challenges.

From our U-CARE researchers, Joanne Woodford will participate in a panel discussion about current and future challenges in the field of informal care. Chelsea Coumoundouros will give an overview of her research findings related to implementation of e-mental health interventions for informal caregivers.ENTWINE logo

Keep an eye here on our website and our social media accounts for more info about the ENTWINE meeting!

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Last modified: 2022-05-25