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VPH-Share: Review: An 'Excellent' outcome

The final review of the VPH-Share project took place in Eindhoven on 2nd and 3rd of July 2015, hosted jointly between Catharina Hospital and Philips, with TU/e hosting the rehearsals.

During the review four user stories were presented, involving multiple demonstrations: The Clinical User Story, The Educational User Story, The Industrial User Story and The Research User Story.

The Workpackage leaders outlined their contributions to the final phase of VPH-Share. They described: 1) the Users of VPH-Share, the four flagship workflows and the 19 use cases, and the development of User Interfaces to serve them, 2) the semantic, data and cloud services provided by VPH-Share (presented a.o. by Marian Bubak (Cyfronet, AGH), 3) the conversations with external VPH stakeholders in their dissemination, outreach, exploitation and sustainability activities.

Throughout the review the speakers emphasized the exploitation of VPH-Share by different user groupsĀ and how the sustainability of VPH-Share had been pursued through interactions with external VPH stakeholders, including cloud and software providers and supporting the four types of users illustrated by the user stories.

The reviewers feedback was that the project was excellent and important. It had met all its objectives and had exceeded the work outlined in its Description of Work. Particular mention was made to the positive and open attitude of the project and its service to users.

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