Collaborators, funding and awards

Collaborators, funding and awards

Collaborators

Funding

Current funding

Academy of Finland

  • SLIM: Supporting Lifestyle Change in Obese Pregnant Mothers through Wearable IoT (1.8.2018-31.7.2022)

Ministry of Education and Culture

  • Continuing Education: Case management (2019-2021)

Nordplus

  • Design Thinking in health technology education – GREAT (2020-

State Research Funding (TYKS)

  • 2019-

Past funding

Academy of Finland

  • PREVENT: Preterm Birth Prevention in Everyday Settings (1.1.2018-31.12.2019)
  • Personalized Pain Assessment System based on IoT – PASI (1​.1.2018-31.12.2019) ​​
  • SPA Smart Pain Assessment Tool Based on Internet of Things (1.1.2015-31.12.2016)
  • Clinical language management for improvement of utilization and usability of patient journals (1.1.2011-31.12.2014)

The Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation- Business Finland 

  • Tailor – information and language technology tools for patients and professionals (1.9.2015-31.12.2017)
  • Mobile and environment integrated dictation and communication application for health care, Mobster (1.1.2011-30.6.2013)

The Finnish Association for Nursing Education

  • Closeness and Empowered Parenthood in Neonatal Care (2013-2016)
  • Parental involvement in the pain care of preterm infants (2010-2013)

The Finnish Work Environment Fund

  • Contextual snapshot –project (1.9.2014-31.12.2015)
  • Smart medication dispenser project (1.9.2014-31.12.2015)
  • Patient instructions project (1.9.2014-31.12.2015)

Juho Vainio Foundation

  • YourJOYce project: Fume, Movenator, WellWe (2015-2017)

Turku University Foundation

  • Family Centered Monitoring in Maternity Care – Mobile monitoring with a smartband during pregnancy (2016-2017)
  • WellWe (2016)

Turku University Hospital Research Foundation

  • Movenator (2015)

Finnish Occupational health Trust

  • Developing a platform for Tactical Decision-Making with Smart technology (2014-2015)

Grant for Research and Innovation

  • Text Mining of Patient Records, LOUHI (2005-2008)

TEKES – Research grant

  • Tailor – information and language technology tools for patients and professionals (2015-2017)

Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation

  • FinnWell-program

State Research Funding (TYKS)

  • 2016-2018
  • 2013-2015
  • 2009-2012

Awards

since 2011

2020

  • Stepping project (StepApp-intervention) was among the three finalists in National competition “Equality in digital services” (2020 Suunnannäyttäjät) organized by Digital and population Data service agency in Finland.

2019

  • Maria Pulkkinen: Award for the best poster, 9th EORNA Congress, Hague, Netherlands 16.-19.5.2019.
  • Anna Axelin: The best teacher of the academic year, Turun yliopiston hoitotieteen opiskelijoiden ainejärjestö Adaptus ry

2018

  • Riitta Mieronkoski: Award for the best oral presentation, XV kansallinen hoitotieteellinen konferenssi, Vaasa 26.–27.9.2018
  • Maija Kaapo: Award for the best poster, XV kansallinen hoitotieteellinen konferenssi, Vaasa 26.–27.9.2018
  • Heidi Parisod: Doctoral dissertation approved with distinction, A health game as an intervention to support tobacco-related health literacy among early adolescents
  • Anna Axelin: The best teacher of the academic year, Turun yliopiston hoitotieteen opiskelijoiden ainejärjestö Adaptus ry

2017

  • Anna Axelin: The best teacher of the academic year, Turun yliopiston hoitotieteen opiskelijoiden ainejärjestö Adaptus ry

2016

  • Anna Axelin: The award for distinguished pain researcher, The Finnish Association for the Study of Pain

2015

  • Anna Axelin: the Close Collaboration with Parents training program, The Quality of Award of the Finnish Medical Association
  • Anna Axelin: The best teacher of the academic year, Turun yliopiston hoitotieteen opiskelijoiden ainejärjestö Adaptus ry
  • Anni Pakarinen: 3rd place in the best poster award, Nordic Conference on Advances in Health Care Sciences Research, 11-12.11.2015, Stockholm, Sweden.

2014

  • Mervi Flinkman: Doctoral dissertation approved with distinction, Young Registered Nurses’ Intent to Leave the Profession in Finland – A Mixed-Method Study
  • Heidi Parisod: 3rd place in the best poster award, Nordic Conference on Advances in Health Care Science Research, Turku 12.-13.11.2014
  • Anna Axelin: The best teacher of the academic year, Turun yliopiston hoitotieteen opiskelijoiden ainejärjestö Adaptus ry

2013

  • Heidi Parisod: 3rd place in Inspire category, Apps4Finland (Asthma self-care application)
  • Heidi Parisod: Best consumer-centric concept in the field of mobile health, Taltioni Codefest (Asthma self-care application)
  • Anna Axelin: The best teacher of the academic year, Turun yliopiston hoitotieteen opiskelijoiden ainejärjestö Adaptus ry

 2012

  • Sanna Salanterä: Award of the Educational Material 2012, for developing the Empowering Patient Education study module, by the Faculty of Medicine, University of Turku

2011

  • Anna Axelin: Clinical eye of the year award, Faculty of Medicine, University of Turku
  • Anna Axelin: ASLA Fulbright Scholar

1999-2010

2010

  • Anna Axelin: Doctoral dissertation approved with distinction, Parents as pain killers in the pain management of preterm infants
  • Anna Axelin: The Annual Preemie Award, Kevyt ry (the Finnish Association for the Families of Preterm Infants
  • Sanna Salanterä: Innovation of the year 2010 (for Sanna Salanterä and IKITIK-consortium), Turku Chamber of Commerce

2007

  • Sanna Salanterä: Third Award in the 2007 Medical Challenge, Cincinnati Medical Center, USA (Classifying Clinical Free Text Using Natural Language Processing, together with Salakoski research group)
  • Anna Axelin: The Neonatal Nurse of the Year in Finland

 2006

  • Sanna Salanterä: Award of Best Course of the Year 2005-2006, by the students and the students’ association Adaptus, “Multiprofessional Pain Care”, University of Turku

 2005

  • Sanna Salanterä: Teacher of the Year 2005 at the department of Nursing Science, University of Turku
  • Sanna Salanterä: Award of Best Educational Material 2005, for developing the internet based research methodology course, given by the Faculty of Medicine University of Turku

 2004

  • Sanna Salanterä: Teacher of the Year 2004 by the students and the students’ association Adaptus at the department of Nursing Science, University of Turku

 2002

  • Sanna Salanterä: Worker of the semester at Department of Nursing Science, University of Turku

 2000

  • Sanna Salanterä: Recognition award for a specially merited nurse, Kyllikki Pohjola memorial fund, Finnish Nurses Association
  • Sanna Salanterä: Visiting Northern Scholar Award, University of Edinburgh
  • Sanna Salanterä: Incentive bonus award for developing clinical care of patients in pain, Pain Sisters –project, Mundipharma Stipendium, Finnish Association for the Study of Pain

 1999

  • Sanna Salanterä: The annual succeeder 1999 award, incentive bonus award to the “PainSisters” group (60 nurses), Turku University Hospital