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  • PHM-Ethics
    is visiting the workshop Ethics in Security Research held by the European Commission in Brussels Belgium The project team from Linköping Sweden is going to present their PHM related work on various international conferences and workshops in Switzerland Lithuania and Sweden The project team from Greifswald Germany is going to present posters on their PHM related work on two conferences in Berlin On the 4 Meeting at DeMontfort University Prof

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  • PHM-Ethics
    4 1st Version Deliverable No 8 delivered 02 02 2010 2nd Version Deliverable No 9 delivered 07 10 2010 The dependencies map was developed as a tool to improve product development and at the same time to address relevant non technical issues just on time It delineates the interrelationship between ethics law psychosocial and medical sciences One of the key objectives was to carry out this development on a European level and to initiate steps and measures to enable this common approach of ethical evaluation The dependencies map is as important as the taxonomy It covers prime research about the impact of new challenging technical developments on legal and ethical discussions and codifications Currently the latency times are so substantial that some legal road blocks only pop up and delay new developments after many years of early technical developments The dependencies map will allow technical developers to address the positive side of options for ethical and legal regulation As well it will allow legal and ethical representatives to enter the discourse early with positive and negative arguments It aims at analyzing different psychosocial and sociological issues in terms of the fields and stages when ethics law and psychosocial sciences are relevant The map is interrelated in the implementation of technological innovations and closely bond to the taxonomy back on top Report on analysis of ethical and legal constraints WP 5 Deliverable No 10 delivered 31 10 2010 This report concerns the legal and ethical aspects of personal health monitoring analyses The analysis of existing European legislation and jurisprudence dealt with legal issues of health monitoring Ethical regulations of international instruments in the national laws or regulations of the European Union s member states were analyzed in order to identify areas of convergence and divergence A comparative analysis on these regulations from both a legal and ethical point of view was conducted Legal and ethical gaps were defined in the short term and regarded due to their relation to PHM A list of proposals for the European legislator and the member states to solve the gaps was to be drafted Another aim of this legal work was to carry out implications and an overview of the legislation on the European level regarding telemedicine and personal health monitoring This analysis pictured the impact of law on healthcare and was targeted on the long term of health monitoring Specific attention was drawn for legislation that is directly or indirectly important for e health The analysis should take into account the consequences of recent decisions that might be of importance for the project and dealt with aspects like medical liability and future reimbursement of monitoring systems back on top First Report WP 1 Deliverable No 1 delivered 28 02 2011 The first reporting period spans project phase 1 and the first half of project phase 2 In the project phase 1 the development of PHM was reviewed to identify core steps that delineate major changes from an ethical legal and psychosocial point of view

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  • PHM-Ethics
    regulation of ethical philosophical legal and psychosocial constraints Project phases Phase 1 In the first project phase the development of PHM will be reviewed to identify core steps that delineate major changes from an ethical legal and psychosocial point of view At the end of project phase 1 the taxonomy and dependencies map will be validated in an international expert workshop Phase 2 The aims of the second project phase

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  • PHM-Ethics
    project aims at providing an interdisciplinary research methodology that will allow the study of future PHM applications on different levels of the taxonomy concerning their consequences to serve both internal and external dissemination purposes within the 7th framework Implementation Political actions that address the European coordination of the programme will be initiated also aiming at projecting the methodology that has been developed to other technological fields Ongoing activities Background Description

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  • PHM-Ethics
    France I University Utrecht Netherlands The Centre for Applied Ethics CTE at the LIU was founded in 1994 CTE is a multidisciplinary institution devoted to research and teaching in applied ethics and acts as a meeting point for researchers and teachers who deal with applied ethics in various parts of the university CTE coordinates an international Erasmus Mundus Programme in applied ethics CTE is together with seven European institutions a partner of an EU supported FW 6 programme project EDIG Ethical Dilemmas due to Prenatal and Genetics Diagnostics Team Principal Investigator Professor Göran Collste Professor Anders Nordgren Director of CTE Dr Elin Palm Research Fellow The Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility CCSR was established in 1995 and has gained an impressive reputation as a key player in the international research network for the ethical and social implications of ICT CCSR studies the social organisational and ethical impacts of ICT Its approach is interdisciplinary By invitation members have informed the European Commission on ethical policy for FP7 electronic patient records and medical websites UNESCO on the impact of technological advances and the British Government on electronic voting social inclusions and smart technology CCSR has done research relating to codes of ethics conduct and practice for five professional bodies ACM ACS BCS IEEE CS and IMIS CCSR has led in the dissemination of research outcomes through its leading web portal running the ETHICOMP conference series and editing the Journal of Information Communication and Ethics in Society recently acquired by Emerald Team Principal investigator Professor Simon Rogerson Dr N Ben Fairweather Senior Research Fellow Dr Sara Wilford Research Fellow Callens Lawfirm is a small enterprise that is dealing only with health law The lawfirm was created in 2000 and gives legal opinions for public authorities hospitals the industry healthcare professionals and international patient organizations The director of Callens lawfirm Stefaan Callens is also professor of health law at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and affiliated with the Centre for Biomedical Ethics and the Law of this University Team Principal Investigator Professor Stefaan Callens Kim Cierkens Research Assistant The Deptartment of Medical Informatics is part of a transfaculty centre of applied informatics The department has focussed on management issues and technology assessment of new developments in health informatics With a staff of 18 plus many students the Department is one of the major research units in informatics at the university Currently it is establishing a new research project dealing with decision support for patients and doctors in a holistic approach Since 2000 the Dept has focussed on methodological questions of scientific research collaboratives and grid technology The project will be run by the Point of Care 2020 working group of the Department headed by Murat Gök This working group is industry orientated and cooperates with several major medical technology suppliers in Germany and Europe From this work it has gained experiences with monitoring equipment e g intelligent beds or dementia support technology The department has closely cooperated with the Academy of Ethics in Medicine

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  • PHM-Ethics
    ethics law and psychosocial as well as medical sciences Press releases http idw online de http www sciencenet mv de Ongoing activities Background Description Outcomes Consortium Documents Press Releases Presentations Publications Materials Member Login Useful Links Related Projects Further Resources

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  • PHM-Ethics
    monitoring to health monitoring in everyday life Practical benefit of a conceptual framwork on chances and riscs of personal health monitoring technologies from a psycho scoial perspective Poster presentation Dieter Rhode Akzeptanz von Gesundheitsmonitoring Technologien aus Sicht des Nutzers Acceptance of health monitoring technologies from the user s perspective Poster presentation Workshop Distributed Healthcare Making Technology Work for Patient Benefit October 13 2011 Linköping Sweden Göran Collste Personalized Health Monitoring Ethics Paper presentation Final conference of the Nordic Network for Philosophy of Medicine and Medical Ethics October 5 7 2011 Vilnius Lithuania Anders Nordgren The web advertisement of companies offering personal health monitoring Paper presentation Elin Palm Informal care in the light of Personal Health Monitoring Technology Paper presentation Bi Annual Conference of Health Psychology Health and Social Change August 31 September 2 2011 Berlin Germany Holger Muehlan Silke Schmidt Psycho soziale Aspekte des ambulanten und ambienten Gesundheitsmonitorings in modernen Anwendungskontexten Psycho social issues of ambulatory and ambient health monitoring in emerging areas of application Poster presentation Annual Conference of Societas Ethica The European Society for Research in Ethics The Future of Medicine August 25 28 2011 Lugano Switzerland Anders Nordgren A technology for the future An ethical analysis of

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  • PHM-Ethics
    Preventie en Ethiek Prevention and Ethics Amsterdam Boom Nordgren A 2011 The web rhetoric of companies offering home based personal health monitoring Helath Care Analysis DOI 10 1007 s10728 011 0174 z Verweij M 2011 Volksgezondheid en preventie een ethische beschouwing Public health and prevention and ethical discussion To be published in Mariette van den Hoven Carla Kessler red Preventie en Ethiek Prevention and Ethics Amsterdam Boom Rhode D 2011 Personal ized Health Monitoring Personalization and Personality Journal of Technology in Human Services 83 100 Nußbeck G 2010 Reduktion des Implementationsrisikos von Telemonitoring durch eine Taxonomie gestützte Risikoanalyse In B Böckmann et al Hrsg 1 Nationaler Fachkongress Telemedizin S 14 20 Berlin TMF Technologie und Methodenplattform für die vernetzte medizinische Forschung e V Nußbeck G Gök M Rienhoff O 2010 Systematik Assistiver Systeme in Versorgung und Forschung EHEALTHCOM 4 52 53 Palm E 2010 När vården flyttar hem till dig den mobila vårdens etikk Etikk i praksis 2 2010 71 92 Rhode D Muehlan H Schmidt S in Druck Personalisiertes Gesundheitsmonitoring Psycho soziale Aspekte und interindividuelle Unterschiede In F Duesberg Hrsg E Health 2012 Informationstechnologien und Telematik im Gesundheitswesen Medical Future Verlag Rogerson S Haines J 2010 Healthy ICT IMIS

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