Digital Poland Project Centre
The main goal of the project is to disseminate digitized research results in the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism through the creation of a specialized digital platform openCARDIO and the digitization of science resources on venous thromboembolism.
The project is carried out at the Department of Internal Diseases and Cardiology with the Center for Diagnostics and Treatment of Venous Thromboembolism and the First Institute of Clinical Radiology of the University Clinical Centre, Medical University of Warsaw, located in the Infant Jesus Clinical Hospital. These units are working on creating and preparing content that will be posted on the openCARDIO portal and made available in three variants / paths: open path (unlimited access), educational path (access for verified and logged-in students of medical universities and doctors) and the scientific path ( access for verified and logged in science employees).
Project implemented in the period from 1 June 2020 to 31 May 2023
Project implemented under the Operational Program Digital Poland, Priority II, Measure 2.3 - Digital accessibility and usefulness of public sector information, Sub-measure 2.3.1 - Digital access to public sector information from administrative sources and science resources. The main goal of the project is to make available the science resources of 7 Polish medical universities and a research institute digitally by depositing them on project servers in electronic form and providing them with metadata, as well as making them available on the Internet in formats adapted to machine processing. The created Polish Medical Platform will constitute a comprehensive system for managing information on publications, scientific achievements and research. The project leader is the Piastów Śląskich Medical University in Wrocław. The consortium includes the Medical University of Warsaw, the Medical University of Białystok, the Medical University of Gdańsk, the Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, the Medical University of Lublin, the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin, the Prof. Jerzy Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine in Łódź.