Health E-Learning and Media (HELM) Team

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Stathis Konstantinidis

Assistant Professor in e-Learning and Health Informatics, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences



Stathis Konstantinidis is an Assistant Professor in e-Learning and Health Informatics in 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. He received his bachelor Degree in Computer Science from University of Crete, Greece, in 2004 and his MSc in Medical Informatics from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, in 2007. He has experience on EU, National (Greek) and interregional funded projects since 2006. He has published 1 book, 9 book chapters, 6 journal papers and over 30 peer reviewed conference papers. From 2006 until 2011 he was teaching at Technological Educational Institute of West Macedonia, Kozani, Greece. He was a researcher (2012-2014) for more than two years at the Northern Research Institute (NORUT) based at Trosmo, Norway. He served as the project coordinator of the EU project CAMEI (FP7 - CSA) ( He was managing the Interregional project "Collaboration for the common confrontation of problems of health in the cross border region of Greece-FYROM" (INTERREG IIIA/ Greece-FYROM) and led the technical part of multiple projects like mEducator (EU eContentPlus Programme), "Smoking Cessation Network" (Greek Thoracic Sociaty), etc. He co-chaired the 2nd International conference on Medical Education Informatics (Mei2015) and the CAMEI Summer School. He is active at the organisation of special tracks within conferences (IEEE CBMS conference) and participated among others in committees of MEDICON 2010 and MEI 2012. His research includes among other social networking, collaborative e-learning, social media, learning analytics, content sharing, retrieval and repurposing, educational standards, medical education informatics, virtual patients, linked open data, semantic web, serious games, human computer interaction for seniors, gamification, exergames and web-based health records.

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