Home Symptoms Support and Sensor monitoring across chronic health conditions 2018-05-11 14:57:11
The project aims to tackle the challenge of increasing multiple chronic health conditions and the pressures placed upon public services.

It will do this via a new holistic home support programme comprising digital social support, early symptom management and sensor alert package which would facilitate early preventative response from community based service configured to each partner country context. Key will be development of innovative community wellbeing champion/social enterprise delivery models.
Beneficiary and wider community impacts include:
• Early warning of deteriorations in health avoiding intensive condition specific interventions
• Reduce social exclusion of target groups within their communities
• Improvements in target groups management of their multiple health conditions via earlier detection of symptom deterioration and sensor alerts
• Reduce pressure upon health and social care services
• The use of digital and technological approaches as a routine and easily accessible aspect of home support
• The introduction of new models of social enterprise/community involvement fostering more resilient communities and stimulation of employment opportunities.
Lead partner
NHS Western Isles » United Kingdom
Public Health Intelligence

Intelligent Systems Research Group, Ulster University » United Kingdom

Partners searched

Organization types:

  • National public organisations
  • Regional public organisations
  • Local public organisations
  • Public entreprises
  • Public-private organisations
  • Universities and higher education
  • Research and innovation organisations
  • Civil society and third sector organisations
  • Business networks and associations
  • Small and medium enterprises


  • France
  • Ireland
  • Portugal
  • Spain
Contact person
Martin Malcolm
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