Digital Health & Ageing. A regional workshop dedicated to the R&I landscape in Japan
SAVE THE DATE: IDIH Week 2022 – 21-24 March 2022
The project IDIH – International Digital Health Cooperation for Preventive, Integrated, Independent and Inclusive Living brings together prominent organisations from EU and five Strategic Partner Countries, i.e. Canada, China, Japan, South Korea and the USA with the aim to promote and increase international collaboration to advance digital health to support active and healthy ageing through innovation. Thanks to the IDIH project partner from Japan, Sawarabi Group, IDIH has been successfully involving Japanese stakeholders in the project, and has also gathered 4 experts in the field of AHA from Japan in the Digital Health Transformation Forum of the project: Dr Takao Tashiro, the Open University of Japan; Ms Kanoko Oishi, Mediva; Dr Hirohisa Hirukawa, NovusCare; and Dr Satoko Hotta, Keio University.
As part of its activities, IDIH will be holding a 4-day online international event, IDIH Week 2022, dedicated to researchers, innovators, care providers and users' associations dealing with Digital Health for Active and Healthy Ageing (AHA). Three sessions will be dedicated to Information, Networking & Matchmaking, and Co-creation among all the key-stakeholders of digital solutions for AHA in Europe, as well as in Japan, China, Canada, South Korea, and USA. A key-novelty of this 2022 edition will be two Regional Workshops dedicated to the R&I landscape around Digital Health & Ageing, respectively in Japan and USA.
JAPAN REGIONAL WORKSHOP (23 March, 9.00 - 11.00 AM CET)
A panel-discussion (in Japanese with English subtitles) will be held with the participation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication and some key-players in the R&I landscape in Japan, such as Tokyo University and Chiba University. A session will be dedicated to Q&A with the audience.
Learn more about the IDIH Week 2022 and register now through the IDIH Matchmaking Platform!
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The IDIH Stakeholders’ Event “Digital Health for Active and Healthy Ageing. Addressing the needs of users” has been held on 3 February 2022. As a keynote speaker, Prof. Lorenz Granrath, Specially Appointed Assistant Professor, Tohoku University, Smart Aging Research Center (Japan), participated on behalf of the e-Vita project. Materials will be soon available here.
IDIH will be releasing a podcast featuring Japan in spring 2022!
Published: March 2022