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Status seminar of the Digital Hubs in Leipzig

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Status seminar of the Digital Hubs in Leipzig

The second status seminar of the six Digital Hubs in Health (DigiHubs), funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, took place yesterday. The DigiHub #CAEHR, represented by Benjamin Löhnhardt, Dr. Dirk Meyer zum Büschenfelde and Aycan Aslan, took part in it as well.

The DigiHub DISTANCE project coordination team invited all participants to Leipzig for this year's event. Through the targeted exchange of knowledge, experience and partial results gathered to date, synergies are to be exploited and new solutions are to be identified.

In addition to optimal networking of the partners involved, the organizers of the DISTANCE team consider the sustainability of the projects to be a particular challenge.

Aycan Aslan is a research assistant at the Georg-August University of Göttingen and is involved in the utilization of the project results in CAEHR. "The meeting in Leipzig was a great opportunity to exchange ideas with many DigiHub partners on various approaches to the sustainable exploitation of project results. One focus here was the discussion of the extent to which we can lay the foundation for future medical products in the projects through appropriate documentation and guidelines in order to make the greatest possible contribution to society with our project results."

The next opportunity for the project partners involved in CAEHR to discuss the utilization of the project results and other relevant topics is at this year's joint meeting in Göttingen which will be held on May 22, 2024.

More information about the DigiHubs of the Medical Informatics Initiative (MII) can be found here:

You can find the online presence of the DigiHub CAEHR here:


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