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IMIHO (Interconnection of *Military Hospitals) is a community website for medical information exchange among military hospitals in the framework of the South Eastern Europe Defense Ministerial Process. 

Users of the website are medical personnel of the Participating Hospitals and Armed Forces, approved and registered by the National Administrators.

The website hosts a repository of medical articles, submitted by the users.

*For the purposes of the Project, all Health Care Institutions serving Military Personnel are considered eligible for participation (even if officially designated as Civilian). 


 

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  • 14th IMIHO Users Meeting Announcement
    14th IMIHO Users Meeting Announcement
    We are very pleased to announce that the 14th IMIHO Users meeting will be held on 25 May 2021 (Tuesday) at 1100hrs (Athens local time). Please, note that Athens is currently at GMT +3 zone time, due to summer daylight saving time. Due to the ongoing pandemic and health care protocols, both events will be hosted virtually (teleconference), with Athens as Host Nation. The topics that will be discussed during the Meetings are presented in the attached Agenda document.  
     
    During the 14th IMIHO Users Meeting,  the following events will take place:
    (1)  An IMIHO Award Ceremony, for delivery of Awards to recipients, chaired by PMSC/SEDM-CC Chairman (or alternatively Director).
    (2) A Webinar on Intensive Care will be executed. 
     
    The Conference Room will be accessible via the IMIHO Portal to any registered user. 
     
    More information are available at our website (registration required)
    Published on Wednesday, 28 April 2021 06:51
    Key words: webinar announcement
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  • IMIHO January 2021 Newsletter
    IMIHO January 2021 Newsletter

    Dear all,

    We are pleased to announce the publication of our annual newsletter, in  order  to  summarize  current progress and tangible results, as well as raise awareness about past and future activities. 

    We hope that this project will be beneficial for Military Medicine activities, especially during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

    The content is unclassified and you may freely forward the newsletter to any person, directly or indirectly related to Military Medicine. 

    Your feedback, ideas and future participation to our activities is very important to our community.

    You may download the document by clicking here. (registration required).

     

     

    Published on Sunday, 07 February 2021 12:18 Be the first to comment! Read 358 times
  • 31st Tech WG Meeting – 13th IMIHO Users Meeting Announcement
    31st Tech WG Meeting – 13th IMIHO Users Meeting Announcement
    I am very pleased to announce that the 13th IMIHO Users meeting will be held on 17 December 2020 (Thursday) at 1000hrs (GMT + 1, Rome local time). Also, the 31st SEDM/IMIHO/Tech WG Meeting will be held on 18 December 2020 (Friday) at 1000hrs (GMT + 1, Rome local time). Due to the ongoing pandemic and health care protocols, both meetings will be hosted virtually via the IMIHO Portal (www.imiho.org) in collaboration with the “Celio” Military Hospital, with Rome as Host Nation. 
     
    During the 13th IMIHO Users meeting, a Webinar on COVID-19 pandemic will be executed, focusing on the Military Hospitals contributions in support of the national health system. Host Nation (Rome) has kindly volunteered to prepare a series of briefings on the subject in an effort to share their valuable experience, as well as the challenges they encountered and lessons learned during the pandemic.
     
    More information is available at our website (registration required).
    Published on Sunday, 29 November 2020 08:51 Be the first to comment! Read 805 times
  • Military Medical Metrics
    Military Medical Metrics

    The IMIHO Technical Working Group (TWG) prepared a proposal document, titled “Military Medical Metrics” that aims at collecting and sharing performance information related to medical operations, in order to produce actionable conclusions regarding efficiency and effectiveness of Hospitals. The proposal has been authorized by the Ministers of the SEDM Nations, during the SEDM Ministerial Meeting, hosted by Athens and performed via VTC on 15 Oct 2020.

    The establishment and periodic evaluation of key indicators may improve the quality of medical services rendered to military personnel and identify sub-optimal areas.

    The functionality and data will be implemented, after determination of requirements, including security considerations and protection of personal information, as well as national and user feedback.

    The proposal will be implemented as a service to the IMIHO Portal, without cost to nations, under provisions of the “IMIHO Guidance and Framework” Document.

    Further details will be provided in the future.

    The document is available here (registration required).

    Published on Sunday, 01 November 2020 11:31
    Key words: project metrics
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  • COVID-19 Virus
    COVID-19 Virus

    Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). A novel coronavirus (nCoV) is a new strain that has not been previously identified in humans.

    Information and guidance from WHO regarding the current outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that was first reported from Wuhan, China, on 31 December 2019, is available at this link. Please visit the specific page for daily updates.

     

    Published on Saturday, 07 March 2020 17:27
    Key words: covid19 emegency
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