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  • Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care community event in Kensington

    Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care invited members of the community in Kensington, Liverpool, to learn more about the project’s innovative technologies, which support people to live at home with long-term health conditions. Volunteers with manageable conditions like diabetes have been trialling the Liverpool-designed IoT devices and apps like ‘Push to Talk’, Warnhydrate, the quizzing…

  • Liverpool 5G team share learning with West Midlands 5G consortium

    As one of only six national consortia who gained funding from the government in the first phase of its 5G Testbeds and Trials Programme, Liverpool 5G already has tips to share about how to set up a successful 5G eco-system and network. This week we welcomed a team from West Midlands 5G – a public and…

  • Tech UK and Liverpool 5G’s Integrating 5G into a Health and Social Care Setting Event 

    Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care held a joint event with Tech UK at Sensor City, Liverpool, this week to explore the challenges and opportunities arising from the integration of 5G supported technologies into health and social care settings. Key speakers at the event included Rosemary Kay, Liverpool 5G project lead, and Professor Joe Spencer…

  • Talk to us!

    We’ve been doing a number of engagement activities recently, to make sure the information people are receiving about 5G technology is relevant and easy to understand. An information afternoon took place at The Croissant of Inequality , a community café in Kensington, which was attended by the Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care team and…

  • eHealth Cluster Adoption Readiness Level® tool launched

    Liverpool 5G partner, eHealth Cluster, has launched an online version of the Adoption Readiness Level® tool.  The tool is a free self-assessment tool designed to help your organisation understand the barriers that you might encounter in the uptake of your product. At the end of the self-assessment, you receive a final report giving an overall Adoption…

  • Our 5G Health and Social Care testbed extended

    We’ve had some good news! The health and social care project Liverpool’s 5G consortium is running in Kensington, Liverpool, has been given an extension for an extra year.  Our project is getting a further £0.94M in funding from the government, in recognition for the great work that’ taken place in Liverpool. It brings the total…

  • Celebrating our achievements with a Showcase Event!

    Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care partners spent 26th March 2019 showcasing new technologies being trialled across our Liverpool-based community health project – and supported by our 5G network. The Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care Showcase Event took place at Sensor City’s technology hub, in the heart of Liverpool. 100 plus guests from across…

  • Demonstrating new health care products on the Liverpool 5G network!

    The Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care project and eHealth Cluster invited companies from across Europe to demonstrate their products on the project’s 5G network. The first two days of our product demonstration events took place on the 5th and 6th March, at the Life Sciences Accelerator in Liverpool. eHealth Cluster associate, Bryan Griffiths, project…

  • Coming Soon – Liverpool 5G Showcase Event, 26th March 2019

    The Liverpool 5G Testbed consortium have been working together for nearly a year now, and to celebrate that, and the approval of phase 2 of the project, we are holding a Showcase Event on 26th March 2019. The event will tell the story of the project’s first 12 months and lessons we’ve learned about adopting and…

  • Why are technology adoption readiness levels so important? Asks eHealth Cluster

    An adoption readiness level event took place at Sensor City, Liverpool. The aim was to find out what issues tech developers and public sector commissioners felt were most likely to challenge the uptake of new health and social care technology devices and apps at existing services. The event was led by Liverpool’s eHealth Cluster, a…