On November 7th and 8th, the WARIFA consortium met in Frankfurt (Germany) for the project General Assembly.
Led by The Norwegian Centre for E-health Research (NSE), each partner presented their accomplishments within their respective Work Package over the last six months of implementation. The focus was on highlighting achieved results and progress toward the project’s aims and scope. Additionally, insights into upcoming steps and planned actions for the next six months were provided.
The Plenary Meeting indicated that the consortium is making strides in developing a comprehensive personalized early risk assessment tool. This tool aims to support preventive measures and lifestyle changes. The system, grounded in artificial intelligence, is slated to be accessible to individuals and patients through the WARIFA app on smartphones upon completion.