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Join the 5TH webinar of the European ODIN project | 31st March

By 22/03/2022March 30th, 2022No Comments

We are glad to announce the 5th webinar of the ODIN Hospitals of the future 360° webinar series which is on Disaster Preparedness in Hospitals. This new webinar edition is going to be led by the University of Warwick/ University of Biomedical Campus and will be dealing with challenges that hospitals face during a disaster and how we can increase preparedness. The session will take place on 31st March 2022 from 1pm to 2pm (CET).

The session will have the following panelists, who will discuss Surge Capacity for Infection Prevention and Control During Emergencies, Disaster preparedness for Clinical Engineers and Enhancing cybersecurity of connected medical devices: open challenges and risks.


The session in a nutshell: Disaster Preparedness in Hospitals

“Hospitals are under increasing pressure. This webinar will present some of the challenges that hospitals face during disasters and how we can increase preparedness for those challenges. Probably it is not possible to give one definition of “disasters”, because we cannot predict the nature of the next one. However, it is possible to list some recent ones: pandemics, wars, catastrophic natural events, cyberattacks. In this webinar, speakers will address the importance of Hospital disaster preparedness to increase the resiliency of health care delivery and therefore patient safety. An open discussion will follow, moderated by Prof Leandro Pecchia and Dr. Yadin David”

📝 Register to follow the webinar live here

▶ Have you missed any of the previous webinars? You can watch them again here


Our Chief Innovation Officer, Sergio Guillén, is the deputy coordinator at this European Project.

From MYSPHERA we are contributing to the ODIN project, providing new means to allow health services, medical applications, and hospital management, make a profit from any resource available to get their objective. Using a Digital Twin approach with FIHR support, the middleware connects IoT devices, medical staff and building resources, to a mesh of AI and management services using technologies such as ISTIO, stretching the microservice architecture, which ensures a scalable and adaptable approach for the incoming challenges


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