Monitors 2023

Call for monitors for the 2023 IHE-Europe Connectathon open now!



If you are interested in becoming a monitor for the IHE-Europe Connectathon 2023 in Rennes, make sure to apply here before 16 May!

As a token of appreciation, IHE-Europe is offering its monitors free registration for the IHE CPP exam that will be held during the IHE-Europe Connectathon.

Please read more details below or watch the recording of the Call for Monitors Webinar here and access the presentation here. For more information regarding monitors, please visit Moodle (use "Log in as a guest").


Thank you for your interest in becoming a monitor at the IHE-Europe Connectathon 2023. We kindly ask you to fill in the form here as part of our recruitment process. However, filling the form does not mean that you will automatically join the team. Applications will be reviewed and accepted based on IHE-Europe monitor recruitment process and criteria (see below).

Monitors are members of the community who serve as independent evaluators of the test results during the IHE Connectathon. Monitors examine tests in real time or examine evidence after the test. Connectathon Monitors should be recommended by their IHE National initiative, if one exists in their country of residence.  Monitors from countries without an IHE National Initiative may apply directly.

Monitors agree to perform their duties under the supervision of the Connectathon Technical Manager and operate in a collaborative manner as part of the Testing Team

Note that France welcomes the IHE-Europe Connectathon in Rennes.

Monitors are expected to be available onsite during the entire Connectathon Week: from 25 (10AM) to 29 September (noon) 2023.

Monitor selection criteria:

  • The candidate must not work for a company that is participating (or has participated) in an IHE Connectathon as a supplier.
  • Field and level of expertise in the "testable profiles"
  • Number of companies from the monitors' origin country  
  • We try to maintain a constant ratio between the number of companies and the number of monitors from a given country.
  • No more than 3 persons from the same company to allow the dissemination of IHE​
  • The monitor must have no conflict of interest and must accept the NDA.
  • The method of financing travel and accommodation will also be taken into account. IHE-Europe may refuse to pay for air tickets for travel outside Europe.To enable the dissemination of IHE, new monitors are more than welcome, they could represent between 15 and 20% of the team.

The information entered in the form is only used by the Connectathon Management Team and will be kept in our records up to one year after the connectathon ends. Data will be deleted earlier upon written request.

Monitors will be selected by early June based on the number of registered systems and profiles.

You need an account to fill out application form. If you do not have one yet, contact Wei Jing TEY; she will be happy to help.


Want to know more about how IHE-Europe Connectathon can help your eHealth programme or project?

Please contact IHE-Europe by email