Our fifth webinar of the 360° ODIN WEBINAR series took place on 31 March. In this session, experts presented some disaster scenarios in hospitals and how to increase preparedness for these challenges.

"Hospitals are under increasing pressure. This webinar presents some of the challenges hospitals face during disasters and how we can increase preparedness for these challenges. It is probably not possible to give a definition of "disaster", because we cannot predict the nature of the next one. However, it is possible to list some recent ones: pandemics, wars, catastrophic natural events, cyber-attacks. In this webinar, the speakers discuss the importance of hospital disaster preparedness to increase the resilience of healthcare and thus the safety of patients. Watch the open discussion below, moderated by Professor Leandro Pecchia and Dr. Yadin David".


It is a pleasure to welcome outstanding healthcare experts within the field of biomedicine in our fourth ODINwebinar: Anca Bucur, May Dongmei Wang, Dimitrios I. Fotiadis, and Constantinos Pattichis we were discuss how deep learning and AI technologies were enhance healthcare processes within the hospital ecosystem. The experts were analyse the present and future trends in AI technologies and how ODIN is going to bring that innovation for the hospital of the future.


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We are pleased to publish the third official webinar in the ODIN Hospitals of the Future 360° webinar series on rehabilitation and assistive robots. This new edition of the webinar was hosted by Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma and covered topics on rehabilitation and assistive robots. 

The webinar was attended by the following panelists, who discussed the main current innovations in the field of rehabilitation and assistive robots, and the new developments expected in the coming years.

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The session in a nutshell: Rehabilitation and Assistive Robots: Past, Present and Future

From medical robots to healthcare assistants and intelligent machines replacing or supporting human functions in the hospital. Robots and humans are getting closer and closer, collaborate and interact physically and cognitively. Thanks to the AI and sensors, next generation of robots in the hospital will be able to learn, reason, take decisions and change their behavior in complete user-tailored and human-centric perspective.

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The second official webinar, took place on 28th October 2021 conveying a great audience. 

During this session we had the opportunity to hear from Medtronic experts, one of the world's largest medical technology, services and solutions companies with the aim of relieving pain, restoring health and extending the lives of millions of people.

It was a pleasure to had the participation of the following panelists, who discussed about the challenges that ORs management facing, the main innovations currently in use in the sector, and the novelties that are expected in the coming years.

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The session in a nutshell: Operating Room of the future: Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and emerging innovations.

How will surgeons operate in the future? The future OR, as an intelligent environment, will be equipped with sensors, robots and AI; it will proactively react to the needs of surgeons and patients, allowing healthcare professionals to fully understand and cope with the situation, consequently improving the healthcare outcomes.

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The  first official webinar, which took place on July 23th, was a great success.

It was a pleasure to have the following leaders in medical robotics as speakers.

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The sesion in a nutshell: Integrated Robotics transforming the healthcare scenario.

Robots have been used in the healthcare sector for some time, essentially operating behind the scenes. In recent years, AI-based data science and analytics have transformed healthcare robotics, expanding its physical capabilities and range of applications. Thus, integrated robotics, as applied to the healthcare setting, is now transforming the way medical practices are conducted, automating and optimizing the delivery of supplies and disinfection, and freeing up time for professionals to engage socially with patients. Healthcare robotics enables a high level of patient care, efficient processes in clinical settings and a safe environment for both patients and healthcare staff. In this first webinar organized by the ODIN EU project, a broad overview of the state of healthcare robotics and "what's next" was presented and discussed with world leaders in the medical robotics sector, both from academia and industry. 

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