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Podcast: Digital Rheumatology Network Vol. 3

Podcast: Digital Rheumatology Network Vol. 3

Listen to our third podcast with Thomas Hügle interviewing Dr. Johannes Knitza from University Hospital Erlangen and Dr. Martin Krusche from Charité Berlin. Both rheumatologists are active player in digital rheumatology and published several scientific papers on their...

Cloudy With A Chance of Pain

Cloudy With A Chance of Pain

The talk will describe our national smartphone study Cloudy with a Chance of Pain, exploring aspects of its set-up, recruitment and retention, analysis and public engagement. For thousands of years, there has been a belief by people living with long-term...

Podcast: Digital Rheumatology Network Vol. 2

Podcast: Digital Rheumatology Network Vol. 2

Listen to our second Podcast with Thomas Hügle interviewing Prof. Ali Mobasheri. He is Professor of Musculoskeletal Biology in the Research Unit of Medical Imaging, Physics and Technology within the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Oulu in Finland. He talks...

Podcast: Digital Rheumatology Network Vol. 1

Podcast: Digital Rheumatology Network Vol. 1

Listen to our first Podcast with Thomas Hügle interviewing Simone Stumpf. She received a PhD in Computer Science in 2001 and a BSc in Computer Science with Cognitive Science in 1996, both from University College London. She joined City University London as Lecturer in...

Watch the whole recorded webinar online now!

Watch the whole recorded webinar online now!

We are very delighted to let you know that you are able to watch all lectures of the webinar online now! All three talks give you different insights into the topic: a global view, a tech approach and an "in the field" experience.   Program 16:00 – 16:20 Launch of the...

Seven reasons for using digital therapeutics in rheumatology!

Seven reasons for using digital therapeutics in rheumatology!

Legislation is changing, and doctors and psychotherapists are increasingly likely to prescribe medical smartphone applications. Indeed, Forbes recently stated that the COVID-19 pandemic was boosting digital therapeutics. That´s all well and good—but questions...

Self Monitoring in Rheumatoid Arthritis

Self Monitoring in Rheumatoid Arthritis

Telemedicine based on self-measurement of disease activity may be one of the key components to create the health care system of the future. If patients use an app to self-monitor their disease and self-initiate care at the right moment, this could lead to a reduction...

SonoEyes – mixed-reality ultrasound

SonoEyes – mixed-reality ultrasound

Ultrasound has gained increased popularity as a medical imaging technique due to its low cost, ease of use, and versatility. However, some challenges remain, especially for ultrasound-guided interventions: ● ORs and practice rooms can be crowded, resulting in...

Recorded lectures of the 1st Digital Rheumatology Day

Recorded lectures of the 1st Digital Rheumatology Day

Watch the whole content of the 1st Digital Rheumatology Network. 14 speakers discussed current evolvement and the future of digital solutions including possibilities and threats in rheumatology on February 1st, 2019 in the great facilities of the Olympic Muesum in...