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Mission

The AI4HOPE’s mission is to deliver a holistic, culturally aware palliative care digital ecosystem

Through the design of efficient, replicable, and cost-effective digital health interventions centred-on and oriented-by the patients and their caregivers. Digital health interventions will be integrated and used for pain management, care planning, education, information-sharing, and decision support, to improve the quality of life of patients and their caregivers.

Objectives

(1)
Advanced Care Planning Decision Support System

Develop and implement an Advanced Care Planning Decision Support System (CPDSS) for dementia patients and caregivers to improve quality of life and ensure patient-centered care.

(2)
Well-being and quality of life for patients and caregiver

Integrate multisensory-based emotion regulation and pain management using trustworthy artificial intelligence (TAI) models to enhance well-being and quality of life for patients and caregivers.

(3)
Psychosocial needs

Establish accessible and affordable digital health interventions for palliative care, including reminiscence therapy (RT), to address psychosocial needs and reduce depression among people with dementia.

(4)
Evaluation and optimisation of digital health interventions

Evaluate and optimize digital health interventions through five pilot sites in diverse cultural settings (Germany, UK, Spain, Ireland, and Slovenia) involving 250 patients, 50 healthcare professionals, and 100 stakeholders.

16

Number of partners

13

Number of countries

48

Duration 
in month 

AI4HOPE transforming dementia care: 

integrating innovation, evidence, and digital solutions for holistic support in Europe

Through the design of efficient, replicable, and cost-effective digital health interventions centred-on and oriented-by the patients and their caregivers. Digital health interventions will be integrated and used for pain management, care planning, education, information-sharing, and decision support, to improve the quality of life of patients and their caregivers.

Mission

To deliver a holistic, culturally aware palliative care digital ecosystem

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Meet the Consortium

AI4HOPE, a 4-year Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Action, is powered by a powerful consortium of 16 partners from 13 countries:

Project coordinator:

Riku Klén,  
University of Turku, Finland

Contacts:
riku.klen@utu.fi

Uniting Experts for Positive Change

Acknowledgment: Funded by the European Union (AI4HOPE, 101136769). Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the Health and Digital Executive Agency. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them. 

 

This work was funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) under the UK government’s Horizon Europe funding guarantee [Grant No. 101136769].

© 2024 by AI4HOPE Consortium  

  • Develop and implement an Advanced Care Planning Decision Support System (CPDSS) for dementia patients and caregivers to improve quality of life and ensure patient-centered care.

  • Establish accessible and affordable digital health interventions for palliative care, including reminiscence therapy (RT), to address psychosocial needs and reduce depression among people with dementia.

  • Integrate multisensory-based emotion regulation and pain management using trustworthy artificial intelligence (TAI) models to enhance well-being and quality of life for patients and caregivers.

  • Evaluate and optimize digital health interventions through five pilot sites in diverse cultural settings (Germany, UK, Spain, Ireland, Portugal and Slovenia) involving 300 patients, 50 healthcare professionals, and 100 stakeholders.

Objectives

Evidence-based policies and global impact

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