University of Oulu
The University of Oulu is one of the largest universities in Finland, with over 17,000 students and 3,000 staff. More Stamina is part of a joint collaboration between the Empirical Software Engineering in Software, Systems and Services (M3S) unit of the Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, and the Medical Imaging, Physics and Technology (MIPT) unit from the Faculty of Medicine.
Oulu University Hospital
The Oulu University Hospital is an innovative, research and development-oriented provider of high-quality healthcare affiliated with the University of Oulu. The hospital serves as the central hospital for Northern Ostrobothnia region in Finland. It utilizes the latest advanced technology, information systems and renewable energy to improve the healthcare services.
Universidad de Sevilla
The Universidad de Sevilla is the main house of learning in the Andalusian province of Spain that provides superior education by means of studies, teaching, and research, as well as the generation, development and diffusion of knowledge to serve citizens and society.
The Kliniken Valens is a center specialized in neurological rehabilitation services located in Valens, Switzerland. Kliniken Valens employs a multidisciplinary staff, including neurologists, physio-, occupational, speech- and sports therapists. In 2019 a total of 550 pwMS were admitted for neurological rehabilitation of which 70% suffered from fatigue and this was the primary focus of their stay.
With its eight faculties and 38 departments, the University of Gothenburg is one of the most wide-ranging and versatile universities in Sweden. The Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) division started in the summer of 2019 and is currently expanding, focusing on becoming an important player within research, education, and collaboration at the University of Gothenburg.
Hospital Vithas Nisa Sevilla
The Vithas Nisa Sevilla Hospital ranks as the first top private center in Andalusia and fourth in all of Spain with a specialized unit aimed to research and treat Multiple Sclerosis. The MS unit is composed of a multidisciplinary team, including neurologists, neuropsychologists, physical therapists, clinical researchers, nurses, and administrative staff.
The DINAC Foundation’s mission is the development of research, training and improvement of care guidelines in neurological diseases and other disabling chronic pathologies with which there is a certain degree of affinity.