Within the framework of the GATEKEEPER Project, a twinning between PASYKAF, the Cyprus Association of Cancer Patients and Friends, visited 4 organizations in Slovenia to inform them about the GATEKEEPER Project and the importance of using digital devices in healthcare

A particularly important focus area of the Gatekeeper project has been ensuring compliance of all performed activities with relevant legal, technical and organizational requirements at all stages of the project’s actions. As part of these activities, initial research showcased that

The Gatekeeper project connects healthcare providers, businesses, entrepreneurs, elderly citizens and the communities they live in. The main aim of the project is to use Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) to improve the quality of life of citizens, most of

Biosistemak (formerly Kronikgune), the Directorate of Health Research and Innovation and Osakidetza received the visit of a Delegation from Crete, Greece. The collaboration, coordinated by the Biosistemak Institute for Health System Research (formerly Kronikgune) and The Foundation for Research and

The Gatekeeper Twinning team is pleased to announce the results of the Call for Twinning that was launched in October 2022. A total of 22 applications were received, almost half of which involved more than two organisations. Out of these

Gastric cancer is a high-impact disease that affects millions of people worldwide. With its high incidence and poor prognosis, it has become the fifth most common cancer and the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths. The complexity of this disease

The iwelli4ageing project is aiming to extend the iWelli diagnostic toolkit with capabilities to easily monitor data coming from IoT devices within the home environment, utilizing the Gatekeeper Platform Despite the growing number of people with multiple chronic conditions, the

According to research, up to 50% of patients do not adhere to their treatment. This includes situations when a patient does not take their medication as recommended by their doctor, excessive medication intake, or lack of cooperation with the physician

Photo: Saxon project manager demonstrates the intelli@ge app Isolation and mental distress during COVID-19 hit the older population particularly hard. The main objective of the Saxony pilot site is to strengthen mental health and overall well-being of people in the

This article was published on behalf of the authors: Luis E. Anido-Rifón & Manuel J. Fernández Iglesias, Professors, atlanTTic – University of Vigo, Spain. The atlanTTic research center of the University of Vigo proposed one of the pilot projects selected