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Can you imagine that it’s already the third Christmas we are celebrating as team Triumf? This has surely been an eventful year for us thus far. Here we would like to send the warmest seasonal greetings to our supporters and write about our achievements this year. Thank you, team members and everyone else, who are playing a role in this journey!
A lot of our blog posts have focussed on childhood cancer. However, in addition to pediatric cancer patients, Triumf Health also supports children who are affected by obesity and/or diabetes. In this blog post we want to give an overview why we think addressing and treating these conditions is essential.
Mobile games seem so easy to play. But is it easy to create them? Especially something as specific as health games for children with serious chronic diseases? We asked our dev team, Pepi and Lea, to answer some questions about it.
Why do parents often hesitate before providing mobile health treatment for their children? Here we address 5 common concerns.
Singapore is definitely one of the leaders in the uptake of digital health innovations. I was honored to represent Triumf Health and our mHealth paltform for children in Singapore at Slush, to stakeholders including doctors and on the ministry level and at the TechInnovation technology expo, part of Singapore Week of Innovation and Technology. Keep on reading to learn more about our adventures as part of the Finnish healthtech delegation in Singapore!
The importance of physical activity and harmful effects of inactivity are becoming more and more evident. Organisations are investing more resources to tackle the rising trend of inactivity and the burden it places on healthcare. Having this in mind, in this post we look into the current research of physical activity and childhood cancer patients. Is it actually feasible and beneficial? If so, what should be the next steps?
We have not noticed how time passed and we have to say our farewells to our wonderful intern Van Anh. You have done amazing work at the company! In this post Van Anh shares her experience and thoughts about her time with the Triumf team.
I’m Kaari - a 22-year old Estonian, who can most often be found dancing in public spaces. Like the most of us, I want to make a change, which is why I am super excited to join the Triumf team and contribute towards their Superhero ambition.
Our blog has been rather quiet during the summer because our focus has fully been on patients and game development. As you might know, we are currently in the middle of clinical trials to scientifically evaluate the effect of Triumf mobile health game on mental wellbeing and health related quality of life. That’s amazing, don’t you think?
Are hospitals and medical professionals easy to reach? Are they keen on accepting digital health solutions? Is it easy to get customers? Van Anh shares experience during her summer internship and shows the path team Triumf is taking on that matter.
Oh, a fresh insight? Van Anh, our intern with a background in health technology, you have the floor!
Learn more on the inspiration from the Science Capital of Estonia. How did Georgi get inspired and why?
A busy week for Triumf Health in Montreal? Yes, according to our very own ambassador Riin who gave her first poster presentation at an academic conference. Check her post out!
This time we are writing about our adventures in Cleveland. We are incredibly proud to be the only healthtech startup from Europe to be in the finals of the medical innovation competition. Definitely continue reading!
Risto Haljas provides insights a very interesting event for all the game developers out there. Time to talk about the Making Games Seminar in Finland.