A group where we coordinate to deliver a research project on community-driven care services. The idea first came in the context of a LOTE4 session proposed and led by Rémy Cagnol. We wrote a proposal in February-March 2015, which got funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 framework programme. Everyone is welcome to participate. 

Join the OpenCare #countonme list!

You get a daily email with 3 headlines, you share them with your friends and send in your own news in return through a simple email reply. These are picked up by the official ER social media accounts (>3400 followers on facebook and twitter alike) and become the next day’s network headlines which are again spread by everyone in the list.. It’s fast and cheap. 
The signup form is here

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Human capital is what drives a Project Forward Part 1

With modern day communication technology sharing through email, social media and Skype it rarely encourages people to share the evolution of their project. We often list, number, bullet point, but seldom do we engage in informal discussions where we share knowledge and reflect. It’s in the reflection that we witness human capital being the driving force behind our projects. It’s worth taking a look at SoundSight, whose story has sparked curiosity in co-creating care solutions.  There are many factors that determine the direction of our projects.

Conversations that lead to a beneficial change in health and social care.

We will be sharing initiative conversations that paved the way for solutions for care. During these personal interactions it’s not the scientific “Why” we tap into but “Why at the human level. It's in the personal interactions that give a voice to humanistic problems which often lead to a beneficial change in health and social care. Whether it’s an individual or a community that had direct or an indirect contribution, it gives the opportunity to learn more about the initiative and think about how their own activities and environment will change.

Install and test the OpenCare consent funnel module

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ScImpulse Foundation has recently delivered a custom Drupal module that implements the consent funnel. The consent funnel is an important part of the ethics in OpenCare. 

It now needs to be installed and tested. I imagine integrating it in the "right" part of the website will also need some work. 

I am trying to organize an online meeting with @markomanka and @Matthias to start this work. 

Please add missing information so we can complete the video!

Hi All, below is the first rough edit of the video with some animations in it. There is some information and material still missing. Please submit your responses in comments below so they are gathered in one place to share with @SamMuirhead who is doing the editing.

What we need from the team:
1.  Some video footage from the Milan workshops
2.  Full titles for each person: Name (with eg. academic/professional titles), Position, Organisation

Questions about making travel arrangements

Hi Luce,

we are currently in the process of finalising the budget for consortium meetings vs for covering travel costs of participants not officially tied to the project. So I have a few questions for you :)

1. We would like to pay someone to help us with booking travel and accomodations for members of the Edgeryders team:

Human capital is what drives a Project Forward Part 1

With modern day communication technology sharing through email, social media and Skype it rarely encourages people to share the evolution of their project. We often list, number, bullet point, but seldom do we engage in informal discussions where we share knowledge and reflect. It’s in the reflection that we witness human capital being the driving force behind our projects. It’s worth taking a look at SoundSight, whose story has sparked curiosity in co-creating care solutions.  There are many factors that determine the direction of our projects.

Conversations that lead to a beneficial change in health and social care.

We will be sharing initiative conversations that paved the way for solutions for care. During these personal interactions it’s not the scientific “Why” we tap into but “Why at the human level. It's in the personal interactions that give a voice to humanistic problems which often lead to a beneficial change in health and social care. Whether it’s an individual or a community that had direct or an indirect contribution, it gives the opportunity to learn more about the initiative and think about how their own activities and environment will change.

[Slides Presentation] Methods and tools for OpenCare community engagement

A presentation by Edgeryders for OpenCare partners and communities in Milano.

It is intended to share key ways in which we approach community building and some methods for engagement. I include less info about communication activities per se because most of our communication is included in engagement activities.

 

 

#REPORT | LOCAL ACTIVITY | CO-DESIGN | 3

June, 1sth 2016 – 6.45 p.m. - 8.15 pm WeMake, via Stefanardo da Vimercate 27/5, Milano

 

LET’S START FROM CITIZENS/COMMUNITIES TO FIND PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO SPECIFIC HEALTH CARE NEEDS If you have missed the report of the previous meetings:

First meeting http://edgeryders.eu/en/opencare-research/report-local-activity-co-design

#REPORT | LOCAL ACTIVITY | CO-DESIGN (SECOND SESSION)

May, 11th 2016 - 6 p.m. - 9.30 p.m WeMake, via Stefanardo da Vimercate 27/5, Milano

LET’S START FROM CITIZENS/COMMUNITIES TO FIND PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO SPECIFIC HEALTH CARE NEEDS If you have missed the report of the first meeting: http://edgeryders.eu/en/opencare-research/report-local-activity-co-design


Opencare staff:

Gisella Bassanini (Architect, Facilitator)  

OpenCare evaluation forms

OpenCare was approved with a stellar evaluation. We got 14.5 points out of 15. We got 5 out of 5 on excellence, and 5 out 5 on impact. 

The evaluation reports are attached.

First OpenCare paper production canvas

Heaven would be to arrive in Geneva with a shared view on who likes to do what and how to make the best out of the time available there. If we have a afternoon session on the 13th we can do even more perhaps (findings?), or leave to Master of Networks more room.

 

Session on March 14th at CERN
14:30 – 17:30 How digital spaces and online interaction foster action 

 

Abstract for Political Forms and Movements in the Digital Era - final feedback gathering

This is the result of @Federico Monaco @Ezio_Manzini and myself meeting last week. Feel free to edit or comment. For reference, see this thread. 

Here you find the call for papers; the track we have chosen is: Mobilizations in the era of “doing together” and the commons

What the proposal should look like: