COST Action members secure project funding for thermal imaging methodology project

COST Action members Claudia Meier Magistretti, Anastasia Topalidou, along with a colleague, Franziska Meinecke from Lucerne University Department of Technology and Architecture, have secured funding of 35’000 CHF for a project on Thermal imaging methodology use for complex data management and data analysis in interdisciplinary contexts of health.

This project will evaluate the impact of midwifes’ consulting sessions on their emotional and psychological profile and to make a quantitative assessment of their body response.

Thermal imaging data will be correlated with: a) demographics and b) qualitative criteria and c) information generated from a questionnaire.


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