View original picture , opens in new tab/window

Campus Skellefteå students develop ideas

Published: 19 June 2013

11 students from Campus Skellefteå has participated in" Lycksele Meeting spot" to produce prototypes in health, young entrepreneurship and skills. The three winning teams won SEK 120 000 to share and the opportunity to develop their services further. Markus Sundström, LTU participated in the winning team FARPP - a mobile application that will engage health care staff to prescribe "Physical Activities on Prescription" more often, and help motivate patients to change their lifestyle.

The winning teams were FARPP, VIP-avatar/Hälsoavatar and Vårdappen.

FARPP - is a mobile application that will engage health care staff to prescribe "Physical Activities on Prescription" more often, and help motivate patients to change their lifestyle.

VIP Avatar / Hälsoavatar - is a medical record that helps doctors and patients to communicate better by visualizing the patient health. Traditional medical records is complemented by a graphical interface using an avatar that shows previous and current illnesses and problems.

Vårdappen - offers self-testing of blood pressure and blood sugar levels directly in the mobile phone.

During two days, 64 people worked in eight groups at Hotell Lappland to produce prototypes in health, young entrepreneurship and skills. Students from Campus Skellefteå participated in two of the winning teams.

-The  Development workshop has been an extremely important contribution to the Meeting spot Lycksele. A fantastic job from all of the groups, says Erik Bergkvist, Regional Council Region Västerbotten who presented "Norrlandsfondens" award.

 

In the picture: Group FARPP: Markus Sundström, Student LTUSkellefteå (third from left), Arvid Bräne, Student Umeå, Felicia Lindmark, Student Umeå, Conny Johansson, Student Ö-vik, Lena Forsgren, Senior Umeå, Ville Lintame, Företagarna, Peder Johansson , Företagarna, Lillemor Eklund, Theme Specialist, Kerstin Pehrsson, Theme Specialist.

Tags