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Covid-19 pandemic has revealed the need for a global and coordinated vision that is open to the world and takes a holistic ‘One Health’ approach

Engineering technology can be used in an efficient way to prevent spreading and inform the necessary authorities for handling the cases.

A lot of other pathologies/ comorbidities could be facilitated by early diagnosis and proper handling.


The challenge

Design an eDoctor online system that connects patients to available doctors for online consultation, without actually visiting the doctor’s premises


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Aim Of the Challenge

to assist potential patients of Covid-19 to report their early symptoms online to the doctor, and be guided with detailed instructions for communication to the first responders (Emergency path)

to build an environment where various patients needing doctor help at their home can select and consult doctors, send their related data (e.g., images, sounds, measurements), video/chat with doctors and discuss remedies (Normal path).


Motivation

Covid-19 pandemic has revealed the need for a global and coordinated vision that is open to the world and takes a holistic ‘One Health’ approach

Engineering technology can be used in an efficient way to prevent spreading and inform the necessary authorities for handling the cases.

A lot of other pathologies/ comorbidities could be facilitated by early diagnosis and proper handling.


Timeline
22Jul
Submission starts
06AUG
End of registration
09AUG
Webinar 1 (Introductory webinar for the registered teams)
17Aug
Webinar 2 (monitoring of the progress so far and corrective advices)
26Aug
Webinar 3 (Preparation for the final submission of the projects)
13Sep
Submission deadline
12Oct
Results of winners

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Name of each team member (min 3
and max 5 members)


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