SENDoc disseminated at multiple events in NI

The Ulster University team attended multiple events in Northern Ireland in January and February 2020 to disseminate the project to the general public, higher education and research, SME's, interest groups and NGO's.

On 20th January 2020, the SENDoc team attended the Big Data for Health Policy Symposium in Derry, Northern Ireland, where they had a stall which showcased the ViMove equipment from the spondylitis trial. On the 23rd January 2020, the SENDoc team attended the 4th Joint eHealth Ireland and Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystems one day conference entitled "Highlighting Cross Border Collaborations in Digital Health" in Dundalk, Ireland. Here, they connected with SME's, NGO's, and academics all working in the eHealth sector. The SENDoc team took part in the workshop session at the end of the conference to discuss and contribute to ideas around collaborations in digital health and what changes need made to allow digital health to become a reality. 

On the 12th and 13th February, the SENDoc team attended the Northern Ireland Science festival in Foyleside shopping centre, Derry, and wiithin the Intelligent Systems Research Centre, Derry, where they raised the awareness of the project with interested members of the general public.