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Using AI to Improve Mental Wellbeing: UPMC in Ireland and The FAITH Research Project

FAITH, a project funded under the Horizon 2020 framework, believes in a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to cancer care and survivorship. FAITH is working towards creating an innovative solution, based on the latest AI technologies, to support the mental wellbeing of post treatment cancer survivors. UPMC in Ireland is proud to be the main Irish pilot and trial site working with partners to assist in the development of this new technology.

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The Irish Times Features UPMC’s Global Technology Operations Centre

The decision by UPMC to have a Global Technology Operations Centre located at Kilkenny’s MacDonagh Junction site is significant, not only for employment for the south-east region, but also for UPMC’s patients across Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan and China, who will benefit from UPMC’s innovative and integrated approach to the IT systems that support their care.

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Baseline Concussion Testing and Treatment Programme Launched by GAA, GPA and UPMC

UPMC has joined with the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) and Gaelic Players Association (GPA) to introduce a pilot programme on concussion baseline testing – with the goal of rapidly diagnosing and treating concussions in players. The initiative, which begins today and continues until the end of the 2022 championships, will cover football, hurling and camogie. Both men and women players will participate equally across all codes, including inter-county teams from across the country.

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International Sprinter Phil Healy Announced as UPMC Ambassador

The HSE are currently experiencing a serious cybersecurity event which impacts the entire Irish health system. It is important for UPMC patients to note that our hospitals are operating just as normal and services will continue while this event is ongoing. Patient safety is our primary concern and UPMC, working closely with our HSE partners, will continue to monitor the situation throughout this period.

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