Senior International Projects Manager in ECHAlliance – European Connected Health Alliance.
Carina has a degree in Law and post graduate studies in Psychotherapy, and over 20 years-experience in health and social care.
She is the Chair of the COST Action NET4Age-Friendly, Coordinator of the Stakeholders Network on SHAFE – Smart Healthy Age-friendly Environments, Vice-President of the European Covenant on Demographic Change and CEO of an SME, SHINE 2Europe.
She is evaluator/reviewer for the European Commission, Eureka, AAL and EIT Digital; member of the Expert Team developing the EU Ethics framework for the ICT Profession, as external expert for CEN/CENELEC; and Team Leader of the group of experts designing the Reference Guidelines in the Field of Ethics, Data Privacy and Security, contracted by the AAL Programme; as well as member of the Standing Committee on Policy and Advocacy of the International Health Literacy Association.
Carla Marques Pereira é doutorada pelo IST em Engenharia Informática e de Computadores.
Conjuga a carreira profissional empresarial com a carreira académica há mais de 20 anos.
Quadro da SPMS desde 2016, é Diretora de Sistemas de Informação.
É Professora Convidada na Universidade Europeia desde Fevereiro de 2014.
Antes de ser colaboradora na SPMS, era consultora especialista, tendo participado em projetos nacionais e internacionais, destacando a SONAE, PGR, INATEL e BRADESCO (Brasil).
Catherine Chronaki is the Secretary General of HL7 Europe and the current President of the European Federation for Medical Informatics (2020-2022) A Computer Scientist by training, she is active in Digital Health Policy and Standards. She led the Trillium project on International Patient Summary standards under the EU-US MoU on eHealth. Now, in x-eHealth, she co-leads work on innovative communities of practice for the European EHR exchange format. In the FAIR4Health project she is responsible for the certification roadmap for FAIR health data sets. She serves on the eHealth Stakeholders group of the European Commission.
Ceri Thompson is Deputy Head of the eHealth, Well-Being and Ageing Unit in DG CNECT and works towards the digital transformation of health and care. Ceri has previous experience at Eurostat, and for DG SANTE in the Commission. Prior to joining the EU institutions, she worked on global health policy at the UK’s Department for International Development and for KPMG’s international healthcare practice, as well as on epidemiological research projects in the UK and Brazil. She studied Maths at Durham University, UK and then Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Presidente do Conselho Diretivo da ESPAP, desde 2018.
Vice-presidente da ESPAP, entre 2014 e 2018.
Administrador executivo na PT Compras S.A. e na PT Centro Corporativo S.A. entre 2005 e 2014
No Grupo PT, foi responsável pela área de Planeamento Estratégico e Gestão de Projetos de SI na PT Comunicações, S.A..
Foi Consultor na PricewaterhouseCoopers, na Deloitte Consulting e Auditor Financeiro na Coopers & Lybrand.
Licenciado em Gestão e Mestre em Gestão e Estratégia Industrial (ISEG-UL).
Dr. Charles Gutteridge received his degree in medicine from Cambridge University in 1976. He has worked for most of his career as a haematologist in East London and has also held exciting leadership roles in the UK National Health Service. He was national clinical director for informatics from 2010 through 2013. Dr. Gutteridge is currently the chief clinical information officer at Barts Health NHS Trust in London, a role he loves because clinical informatics is now at the forefront of every branch of medicine.
Dr Gutteridge joined SNOMED International as the clinical lead for EMEA in 2017 and has worked to raise the profile of SNOMED CT among the clinical communities across Europe, Middle East and Africa. He has a passionate interest in encouraging the development of SNOMED CT for the benefit of clinicians and to support the improvement of patient care.
Conor O’Shea is a general practitioner working in Drogheda, 50 kilometres north of Dublin.
He also acts as the National Co-ordinator of the GPIT group of the Irish College of General Practitioners, and is a member of the Governance Board of the Irish National Contact Point for eHealth
O Contra-Almirante António Gameiro Marques é licenciado em Ciências Militares Navais, pela Escola Naval. É Mestre em Electrical and Computer Engineering pela Naval Postgraduate School em Monterey, Califórnia. Foi conselheiro militar do Embaixador de Portugal junto da OTAN em Bruxelas, CIO da Marinha e Secretário-Geral Adjunto do MDN. Desde 1 de setembro de 2016 é Diretor-Geral do Gabinete Nacional de Segurança e Autoridade Nacional de Segurança. O CNCS encontra-se na estrutura do GNS