Registration Form - AEGLE Series of Webinars
AEGLE Platform Demonstrations: Big Data analytics in Healthcare
The aim of the series of webinars is to demonstrate how the final prototype of the AEGLE platform supports the use of big data analytics in healthcare.

The tools and analytics that the AEGLE platform supports can be used for both (clinical) research and clinical practice. The platform is available for users through either:
- a Research and Development User Interface (AEGLE Platform for (Clinical) Researchers), and
- a Clinical Decision Support Dashboard (AEGLE Platform for Clinical Practitioners).

Our webinars will demonstrate both uses of the platform.

The AEGLE platform is being developed in the frame of the AEGLE project, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (

Please, select the Webinar/s you would like to attend to:
AEGLE Platform for (Clinical) Researchers (3 Webinars)
The AEGLE Platform for (Clinical) Researchers can be used for hypothesis testing, developing and improving predictive analytics and for deriving insights regarding the patients treated in a ward or hospital. Currently the platform supports analytics in three areas of application: the Intensive Care Unit, chronic diseases such as Diabetes Mellitus Type II and for analysing high throughput sequencing data in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia.
AEGLE Platform for Clinical Practitioners (1 Webinar)
The AEGLE Platform for Clinical Practitioners will demonstrate the Clinical Decision Support Dashboard prototype developed for use in Intensive Care Units. It enables clinicians to request real time results from analyses of monitoring data and electronic health record data.
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