WORK PACKAGE 5

Empowering the individual

Deciphering long-term outcomes

Innovative approaches to remote care

Managing of comorbidities

Pain mechanisms and management

Phenotyping for personalized medicine

Optimized medical interventions

Remote care has developed rapidly through innovative apps for collecting patient-reported outcome and decision support tools. The objective of work package 5 is to investigate the applicability, efficacy, safety, satisfaction, user experience and cost-effectiveness of remote care.

Work package managers

LEADER
Professor Nina Østerås, Physiotherapist PhD

Here you can read more about the projects included in or associated with WP5.

WP7 - Empowering the individual

Digital osteoarthritis treatment

Project manager

Anne Therese Tveter

WP5 - Innovative apporaches to remote care

Update of the EULAR recommendations for non-pharmacological core management of hip and knee osteoarthritis

Project manager

Nina Østerås

WP5 - Innovative apporaches to remote care

Remote monitoring of patients with rheumatoid arthritis

Project manager

Anne Therese Tveter

WP5 - Innovative apporaches to remote care

Digital coping tools and digital monitoring to support co-management of patients with knee osteoarthritis

Project manager

Anne Therese Tveter and Tuva Moseng

WP5 - Innovative apporaches to remote care

Follow-up of patients with spondyloarthritis

Project manager

Nina Østerås

WP5 - Innovative apporaches to remote care

Remote monitoring and self-management of gout

Project manager

Nina Østerås

WP5 - Innovative apporaches to remote care

User experience with digital home monitoring for patients with inflammatory joint disease

Project manager

Anne Therese Tveter

WP5 - Innovative apporaches to remote care

Collaboration for better osteoarthritis treatment

Project manager

Nina Østerås

WP7 - Empowering the individual

SPondylARite Condis

Project manager

Sella Provan

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