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Dr Stathis Konstantinidis is an Assistant Professor in e-Learning and Health Informatics at the School of Health Sciences of The University of Nottingham in UK. He holds a PhD in Medical Sciences focusing on Medical Education Informatics from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece, a BSc in Computer Science from University of Crete, Greece, and an MSc in Medical Informatics from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He has over 10 years’ experience on EU, National (Greek) and interregional funded projects, served as the project coordinator of the EU project CAMEI (FP7 - CSA) (www.camei-project.eu) and as Co-I, manager and technical lead of multiple EU and national projects. His research portfolio includes 1 book, 12 book chapters, 12 journal papers and over 30 peer reviewed conference papers. He was teaching at Technological Educational Institute of West Macedonia, Kozani, Greece (2006-2011) and he was a researcher (2012-2015) at the Northern Research Institute-NORUT based at Trosmo, Norway. For 6 years he was research associate at the Medical School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2006-2012). He appointed as the OKFN ambassador for Norway (2013-2016) and was a member of the Global Healthcare Workforce Council (2015- 2016). Dr Konstantinidis is active at the organisation of international conferences such as the 30th IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems - IEEE CBMS 2017, the 2nd International conference on Medical Education Informatics (MEI2015) (co-chair) and the CAMEI Summer School, as well as special tracks within conferences. He is also an active reviewer in prestigious journals. His research includes among other Health Education, technology enhanced medical education, medical education informatics, virtual patients, linked open data, semantic web, serious games, and exergames.
Health Education, Technology Enhanced Medical Education, Medical Education Informatics, Virtual Patients, Web of Data, Serious Games, and Exergames
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