On 7 and 8 October, the participants and partners of the LETHE Project met in person, providing an opportunity for discussions regarding the technical framework, summarising recent project developments and discussing upcoming plans.

The event was hosted by the Medizinische Universität Wien and chaired by Sten Hanke (FH JOANNEUM), coordinator of the project.

The first day focussed on discussions regarding the technical framework, data flow, the adapted study protocol which aims to follow a similar approach as the FINGER study, the selection of sensor technology and how to approach data harmonization for a retrospective analysis of data that will be contributed by the different clinical partners.

The second day revolved around dissemination and exploitation activities and plans and about the development of a Health Literacy Portal and involve a Patient Advisory Board in the project.

This was followed on how the project may address its aim to develop an AI-based risk prediction model. Next, partners demonstrated a personal robot that may be used during the trial.

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