SHARE roadmap 1: Towards a debate

Mark Olive, Hanene Rahmouni, Tony Solomonides, Vincent Breton, Yannick Legré, Ignacio Blanquer, Vicente Hernandez, Isabelle Andoulsi, Jean Herveg, Petra Wilson

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Abstract

We present the 'HealthGrid' initiative and review work carried out in various European projects. Since the European Commission's Information Society Technologies programme funded the first grid-based health and medical projects, the HealthGrid movement has flourished in Europe. Many projects have now been completed and 'Healthgrid' consulted a number of experts to compile and publish a 'White Paper' which establishes the foundations, potential scope and prospects of an approach to health informatics based on a grid infrastructure. The White Paper demonstrates the ways in which the healthgrid approach supports many modern trends in medicine and healthcare, such as evidence-based practice, integration across levels, from molecules and cells, through tissues and organs to the whole person and community, and the promise of individualized health care. A second generation of projects have now been funded, and the EC has commissioned a study to define a research roadmap for a 'healthgrid for Europe', seen as the preferred infrastructure for medical and health care projects in the European Research Area.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFrom Genes to Personalized HealthCare
Subtitle of host publicationGrid Solutions for the Life Sciences - Proceedings of HealthGrid 2007
PublisherIOS Press
Pages164-173
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)9781586037383
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2007
Event5th Conference of the HealthGrid Association, HealthGrid 2007 - Geneva, Switzerland
Duration: 24 Apr 200727 Apr 2007

Publication series

NameStudies in Health Technology and Informatics
Volume126
ISSN (Print)0926-9630
ISSN (Electronic)1879-8365

Conference

Conference5th Conference of the HealthGrid Association, HealthGrid 2007
CountrySwitzerland
CityGeneva
Period24/04/0727/04/07

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Keywords

  • e-health
  • grid applications
  • healthgrid

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Olive, M., Rahmouni, H., Solomonides, T., Breton, V., Legré, Y., Blanquer, I., ... Wilson, P. (2007). SHARE roadmap 1: Towards a debate. In From Genes to Personalized HealthCare: Grid Solutions for the Life Sciences - Proceedings of HealthGrid 2007 (pp. 164-173). (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics; Vol. 126). IOS Press.
Olive, Mark ; Rahmouni, Hanene ; Solomonides, Tony ; Breton, Vincent ; Legré, Yannick ; Blanquer, Ignacio ; Hernandez, Vicente ; Andoulsi, Isabelle ; Herveg, Jean ; Wilson, Petra. / SHARE roadmap 1 : Towards a debate. From Genes to Personalized HealthCare: Grid Solutions for the Life Sciences - Proceedings of HealthGrid 2007. IOS Press, 2007. pp. 164-173 (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics).
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Olive, M, Rahmouni, H, Solomonides, T, Breton, V, Legré, Y, Blanquer, I, Hernandez, V, Andoulsi, I, Herveg, J & Wilson, P 2007, SHARE roadmap 1: Towards a debate. in From Genes to Personalized HealthCare: Grid Solutions for the Life Sciences - Proceedings of HealthGrid 2007. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, vol. 126, IOS Press, pp. 164-173, 5th Conference of the HealthGrid Association, HealthGrid 2007, Geneva, Switzerland, 24/04/07.

SHARE roadmap 1 : Towards a debate. / Olive, Mark; Rahmouni, Hanene; Solomonides, Tony; Breton, Vincent; Legré, Yannick; Blanquer, Ignacio; Hernandez, Vicente; Andoulsi, Isabelle; Herveg, Jean; Wilson, Petra.

From Genes to Personalized HealthCare: Grid Solutions for the Life Sciences - Proceedings of HealthGrid 2007. IOS Press, 2007. p. 164-173 (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics; Vol. 126).

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Olive M, Rahmouni H, Solomonides T, Breton V, Legré Y, Blanquer I et al. SHARE roadmap 1: Towards a debate. In From Genes to Personalized HealthCare: Grid Solutions for the Life Sciences - Proceedings of HealthGrid 2007. IOS Press. 2007. p. 164-173. (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics).