WOMEN-UP project documents are freely available on demand. These are the deliverables presented to the European Commission with detailed information about the development and results. Anyone interested, please ask through the contact form.
Deliverable 1.1. Handbook Management provides a quick and short overview of the most relevant project information, procedures and conditions for the partners within WOMEN-UP Project. This deliverable is part of the Work package 1, whose main objective is to adequately co-ordinate and organize the project execution assuring that it evolves according to the time schedule, expected results and established budget. As part of this package, task 1.1 prepares a project management handbook summarizing all the required knowledge for the good management of the project (in terms of administrative forms, financial aspects, quality process, etc).
Deliverable 2.5. List of procedures and methodologies for the study of the economic impact consists in requirements for the analysis of the economic model from the three clinical centres.
This deliverable is part of the Work package 2, which aims to determine the system requirements of the holistic solution to be developed for the self-management of the UI. As part of this package, task 2.5 defines procedures for the evaluation of the economic savings of the health care system. Clinical and economic outcomes of the two strategies (proposed care model and care as usual) are compared with a model-based decision analysis (decision trees). They evaluate cost-effectiveness, costs per clinical outcome and per quality adjusted life year, based on pooled data from the three trial centres (Kuopio, Amsterdam and Barcelona), as well as per centre.
Deliverable D3.1. Guidelines for a conservative treatment of UI based on scientific evidence and recommendation guides of International societies. This information includes lifestyle interventions such as weight reduction when necessary, physical exercises, diet and a Pelvic Floor Muscle Training program.
This deliverable is part of the Work package 3, whose main objective is to develop a holistic system solution for the self-management of the UI with different modules that facilitate the communication between the patient at home and the therapist. As part of this package, task 3.1 develops guidelines to identify the best treatment to each patient.
Deliverable D3.4. Patient- Therapist interaction module. The objective in this module is to generate and define the communication between patient and therapist. These messages can be between app and web platform, reminders (only app) or via
questionnaires (only web platform).
This information is used to give feedback to the patient, to report to the therapist, to establish a periodically communication between patient and therapist, or when the CDSS considers necessary. This module has been included in order to encourage the patient and to increase the adherence. It has been designed and programed to consider the patient’s characteristics as age, education and social aspects.
Deliverable D4.1. Specific project plan is a description of the overall process of designing and developing the wearable device: design input review, process review and design output review. The development plan is based on customer needs and medical device regulatory requirements of the EU, in preparation for CE mark application for the developed device.
This deliverable is part of Work package 4, that discusses the development of a wearable device for recording and evaluating the activity of the pelvic floor muscle and abdomen. Task 4.1 defines a specific development plan based on regulatory requirements as: risk management process, usability verification and validation process.
Deliverable 5.6. Questionnaires to evaluate patients’ satisfaction briefly describes the state of the art in relation to satisfaction with treatment scales/items used in studies of UI. It provides a summary of conclusions and it proposes a new general measurement of satisfaction with treatment, fit for the aims of this project in particular. Thus, it aims to capture the common treatment components for all patients involved in the study (general satisfaction, satisfaction with patient-therapist relationship).
Deliverable 7.1. Communication and dissemination plan and Communication material is a description about the dissemination strategy and the development of the dissemination tools. The plan constitutes the core document outlining the activities at the basis of the project’s dissemination and communication activities.
This deliverable is part of the Work package 7, which aims to ensure the appropriate dissemination of project results to the appropriate audience through diffusion activities and to define an exploitation plan of the project results for the companies involved in the project. As part of this deliverable, Task 7.1 contains the main strategic and operative guide that shall govern the overall strategy of the project.
Deliverable 7.2. Midterm communication and dissemination plan, and report on dissemination activities is the updated dissemination plan for the WOMEN-UP project and the report of its dissemination activities. Here are detailed the communication’s objectives, key messages, target audiences, dissemination contents and channels, the evaluation criteria and a report of results.
Deliverable 7.3. Project Website is a description of the project website, which is used as the main interface towards the stakeholders who are interested in the work and achievements of the project. It also acts as a communication and dissemination channel.
This deliverable is part of the Work package 7, focused on ensuring the appropriate dissemination of project results to the appropriate audience through diffusion activities. As part of this deliverable, Task 7.2 sets up a website that is used as the main interface towards the stakeholders who are interested in the work and achievements of the project. The website also serves as a communication and dissemination channel for the project results and for involving and enlarging the stakeholder community. A separate intranet website is set for the consortium, containing all institutional information, including working documents and deliverables.
Deliverable 7.6. Video News Release. In this document the presentation video of the WOMEN-UP Project is explained from its conception to its planned exhibition. The production took place between March and June 2016 in Barcelona.
This audiovisual piece was ordered to In-cognita, a company specialized in scientific communication and which is also responsible for the website design.