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Cybersecurity in healthcare, a highly relevant challenge

Cybersecurity has become one of the most relevant issues in recent times. The emergence of COVID-19 has accelerated the adoption of telemedicine and digital health services, bringing to light security breaches in the healthcare sector, increasing attacks on healthcare services and healthcare organizations in a very worrying way. This statement is confirmed by data published […]

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Big Data, artifical Intelligence and healthcare Data Lake

The application of Big Data and artificial intelligence technologies in the healthcare sector has achieved great advances in recent years at an organisational and healthcare level, with highly relevant innovations for medicine, science and research. With these techniques, it is possible to obtain better diagnoses, better treatments and better lines of research more quickly and […]

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Global health care sector challenges

2022 marks the second full year of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it continues to dominate health systems’ attention and resources. Despite COVID-19’s many devastating impacts, it does present the health care sector with a powerful opportunity to accelerate innovation and reinvent itself. COVID-19 has accelerated numerous health care trends, being catalyst to initiate and accelerate […]

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Contamination and airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2

SARS-CoV-2 is a virus whose primary means of transmission has been demonstrated to be via the airborne route [Transmission of SARS-CoV-2: implications for infection prevention precautions]. In contrast to an initial belief that transmission without direct contact was considered to be due to contact with contaminated surfaces, the current consensus now accepts the hypothesis of […]

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SMARTPHONES AS A LEVER FOR HEALTH SCIENCES RESEARCH.

Smartphones are now nearly ubiquitous; their numerous built-in sensors enable continuous measurement of activities of daily living, making them especially well-suited for health research.  Progress in science has always been driven by data. More than 5 billion mobile devices were in use in 2020 (Association, G. The mobile economy 2020), with multiple sensors (e.g. accelerometer […]

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The impact of the pandemic on depressive and anxiety disorders

Prior to 2020, mental disorders were the leading causes of global health burden, with depressive and anxiety disorders contributing the most to this burden. The emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic has created an environment in which many determinants of poor mental health are exacerbated. Against this backdrop, an international group of mental health specialists set […]

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Empowering Alzheimer’s caregivers through MHealth

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most prevalent chronic neurodegenerative diseases. As it progresses, patients become increasingly dependent and their caregivers are overwhelmed by the growing demands of managing their care. In this sense, MHealth can become a great ally to support the need of these caregivers. Due to their neurodegenerative nature, sufferers need more […]

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New European Bauhaus

The Staatliche Bauhaus (State Building House), or simply Bauhaus, was the school of architecture, design, crafts and art founded in 1919 by Walter Gropius in Weimar (Germany). Its teaching curriculum pioneered new techniques and resources and very soon became the staples of visual culture throughout Europe. In 2020, just one year after the school’s centenary […]

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