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Stimulate continuous monitoring in personal and physical health

Improving how patients prepare for surgery

Improving how athletes prepare for sport competition

Helping professionals manage remotely patients’ health after hospital discharge and identify risks for adverse events in athletes

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National Prehabilitation Congress in Eindhoven (The Netherlands), September 8

The fitness of patients determines how they endure a major operation. With prehabilitation we can make patients fit before their surgery, all patients Fit4Surgery. At the National Prehabilitation Congress 2022,…

Publication: Exercise-related major adverse cardiovascular events in asymptomatic recreational master athletes: a case series

Maxima Medical Center, one of the projectpartners in Inno4Health, recently published a study called: Exercise-related major adverse cardiovascular events in asymptomatic recreational master athletes: a case series. Please find the…

Inno4Health submitted Initial Dissmination & Standardisation plan to ITEA

This week, the Inno4Health project submitted several deliverables to ITEA, including the deliverardble D6.3: Initial Dissmination & Standardisation Plan. Read the full document via: Inno4Health-D6.3-Initial dissemination and standardisation plan-Final. If…

Participation ASP Muenster

From June 16 – June 18, Lipse participated in the ASP Muenster (https://asp-tagung.de/) on behalf of the Inno4Health project. ASP Muenster is the largest sport-psychology conference in German-speaking countries. Lipse…

Inno4Health’s presentation during the ELIS Innovation Summit

On April 20th, Philips and SportBizz had the possibility to present ITEA3: Inno4Health during the ELIS Innovation Summit (https://elisinnovationhub.com/summit/) at the High Tech Campus Eindhoven. The event was opened with…

Performance errors: the result of weak concentration or ineffective coping with mistakes?

We’re glad that the FEPSAC (European Federation of Sport Psychology) has accepted the poster from Inno4Hleath-partner Lipse (Lithuania) about: “Performance errors: the result of weak concentration or ineffective coping with…