The “Back-UP” project team invite researchers, clinicians, hospital staff and industry representatives to join them in June to learn more about their work to improve well-being and return to work after Neck and Lower Back Pain.
This event will cover:
- A cloud-based scalable approach used for data sharing, modelling and execution.
- Multidisciplinary prognostic models which are deployed in MULTI-X, a research cloud platform developed at the University of Leeds.
- Interoperation with MULTI-X prognostic models which are leveraged by:
- Antari Home Care, an established eHealth platform, developed by the technology multinational GMV.
- A Patient Stratification Web App developed at Keele University, designed to integrate the NHS Primary Care systems.
- A Smartphone App developed by the SelfBACK EU project that feeds the Back-UP ecosystem with patient monitoring and self-reported information.
Refreshments will be provided and registrations are free.
Book now to avoid disappointment.
About the Back-UP project
The Back-UP Project works for a better, personalised, faster and evidence-based management of neck and low back pain, through the development of a technological platform with prognostic models, addressed to patients, clinicians and occupational managers, based on the digital representation of multidimensional clinical information, and in-silico assessments of possible interventions.
This tool is designed to support first contact clinician decision-making for people with back and/or neck pain by:
- Determining how likely an individual is to develop persistent problems
- Predicting work absence, pain scores and function level in 2 & 6 months’ time
- Recommending treatment options based on an individual’s prognostic profile
- Providing links to relevant information resources
- Automating a summary of the consultation for the patient