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ATHIKA proposes to explore innovative approaches for technologically advanced training and support that explicitly integrates humanistic concerns, aimed at increasing the successful implementation of ICT – Internet of Things, Big data and Artificial Intelligence integrated into Decision-Support Systems, for the healthcare sector of European companies and ventures.
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Healthy, happy and creative 2022!

Greetings from the whole Advanced Training in Health Innovation Knowledge Alliance: wishing you healthy, happy, and creative 2022!  

The EU-funded ATHIKA project is arriving to the end after a 3 years’ journey. Since January 2019, the whole partnership has worked hard on preparing and developing contents, videos, and materials to finally launch the ATHIKA course platform. Read more about our journey...

After there magnificent years we look positively into the future and are willing to extend our collaboration in future projects and courses. 

On the spotlight

Would you let a robot be your taxi driver? And your doctor?

Robots are excellent chess players, best drivers, and they are already becoming doctors. 

If a robot provides a better service than a human being, since it reaches a more accurate diagnosis in less time and cost, or performs a more reliable surgery, or monitors with full accuracy our health condition, then many people (if not most people) will prefer a robot as their doctor, – whatever a robot is - just because the robot is more useful and produces better results. Just the same happens with taxi drivers. 

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Future Digital Health: An approach to New Digital Workforce Profiles in Healthcare

Universe of digital solutions will bridge the gap between health and technology workforce. Find out more about the digital transformation trends by analyzing new profiles and digital skills approach to future professions. As an example, four potential professions are described in an attempt to foresee new profiles future workers. Can you identify yourself as any of them? 

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Meeting with Kaunas STP MedTech startups

ATHIKA conference participants were invited to meet innovative Kaunas MedTech start-ups and hear more about the technology behind and value for customer, ethical product development challenges and future goals.  

The meeting with MedTech startups has been closed with exploration of Lithuanian Life Sciences Industry Achievement stand, developed by Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA). Stand interactively presents seven innovations in the field of health technologies and biotechnologies.  

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Partnership meeting in Kaunas

Final ATHIKA partnership meeting was hosted by Lithuanian partner Kaunas Science and Technology Park at SANTAKA Valley on 18th of November, 2021. The key focus of this meeting was to share Final ATHIKA conference insights, overview partnership achievements and plan final tasks to be completed. 


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eHealth Opportunities & Challenges: IoT, AI and Ethics course
Willing to find out more about tech influence and challenges for eHealth sector? The ATHIKA project has created an interdisciplinary online course for the digital transformation of the eHealth sector. This course will allow you to establish the basis of the eHealth sector from a perspective of real challenges, as well as the technologies (Internet of Things, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning) that can be key to the evolution of the sector, always from a humanistic perspective and ethical reflection of the technological solution. Join the Course...

Feedback from ATHIKA learning mobility
The mobility, supported by the coaching plan aimed to help students to put into practice what they have learnt during the course, and give the companies possibility to guide them to reach tangible results to develop eHealth applications that solve real problems. Find out more...

Final #36 online partnership meeting

ATHIKA final #36 online partnership meeting was hosted by La Salle – Universitat Ramon Llull on 15th Of December 2021. The main focus was review and analysis of the publication “Future Digital Health: An approach to New Digital Workforce Profiles in Healthcare”, reflecting the impact that ATHIKA project results’ can have in the future labour market and describing the future opportunities between health and technology workforce within the universe of digital solutions. 


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VET in the Health Sector – is there a Lack of Artificial Intelligence Involvement?

Representatives from Lithuania who participated in the Digi4HEALTH International Digital Skills and Knowledge Survey focus group say yes. It is time to strengthen digital skills training in VET institutions and to increase knowledge of digital technologies: artificial intelligence, 3D scanning, augmented reality and block chain technology. A group convened last winter helped to define the guidelines for foreseen to develop training material. Trainings will be provided by international vocational education team, made up of representatives from training institutions and digitalization communities in European countries. 

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