We all provide some form of work: work, sport, illness or stress. The ability to recover from this determines whether you stay fit or become more tired. If you are chronically tired, we can use our software and BioCheck app to measure that when you sit still you can sometimes have the same activity in your body as someone who runs a 10 km as fast as possible. And that all day long. Can you imagine how tired you must be? We have developed an app that allows you to take a 6-minute HRV measurement immediately after waking up, which indicates your recovery capacity at rest. The app shows the recovery capacity at rest and the resilience. The app calculates and guides you at what level you should train at which your body is most balanced. Finally, the app shows whether you can relax after exertion through correct breathing. We offer a method that rebalances the autonomic nervous system and sustainably restores its resilience. BioCheck helps people with chronic fatigue (complaints), including burnout, as well as the fatigue complaints of people with an oncological or cardiological background.
Date: Wednesday January 29: 14.00:15.00 PM – XNUMX:XNUMX PM
Friday January 31 15.00:16.00 PM – XNUMX:XNUMX PM
Contact person: Annemarie Nikken, Program Advisor, 010-2263143
Registration: Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Fascinatio Boulevard 200, 3065 WB Rotterdam
STRENGTHEN THE QUALITY OF CARE THROUGH THE USE OF GOOD E-HEALTH
See, do and experience during the national e-health week January 27 to February 1, 2020 is the national e-health week. The week in which the future of healthcare receives extra attention. More and more human-oriented technology (e-health) is being introduced in healthcare. This provides new opportunities for the quality of care: more control and options from home for the patient, and this can reduce the pressure on healthcare professionals. But it also presents challenges. ‘Digital skills’ are required, new care processes are being set up and the way patients are treated is changing. During the e-health week, healthcare and educational institutions, municipalities, health insurers, suppliers and patient associations work together to show patients, informal caregivers and healthcare professionals what is possible with care and technology. An initiative in which everyone sees and experiences what is possible and is challenged to participate.