RES-Q+ is an EU Horizon Europe project (Grant no. 101057603) having a consortium of 21 partners from 13 countries working in collaboration, to deploy artificial intelligence in the fight against stroke and aims to capitalize on a successful Registry of Stroke Care Quality (RES-Q) currently used by 80+ EU and other countries around the world for collecting and analysing quality of stroke care. The RES-Q+ project also aims to create a global registry of hospital reports for stroke care improvement. 

RES-Q+ will automate data entry into registry using natural language processing (NLP) with a clinically validated semantic model and will further improve audit and feedback. A standard model will be created for these audit reports using artificial intelligence (AI). In addition, RES-Q+ will also create two new AI-enabled voice assistants, one helping patients provide feedback on their health status and the other assisting physicians in a management of stroke care.

The main objectives of RES-Q+ inter-alia includes:

  1. To design, assess, clinically validate and refine usable, trusted services and draft an EU Hospital Discharge Report standard;
  2. To develop innovative Natural Language Processing tool to analyse unstructured and heterogenous data from multiple languages into an EU standard format;
  3. To harmonize data semantically and provide standardized exchange interface for data reuse;
  4. To create and deploy AI-enabled virtual assistants for patients and clinicians; 
  5. To create an European space for ethically- and legally-compliant health data collaboration in the domain of stroke care; and
  6. To establish European Open Stroke Data Platform.

Our role

Timelex along with two other legal partners provides the consortium with a wide range of support with respect to legal and ethics-related issues. Since the projects involves processing of large amounts of highly sensitive data (i.e. health data), we were vested with the responsibility to ensure that the project is fully GDPR compliant. We were also tasked with the coordination of the efforts related to setting forth the IPR management framework of the project and we are responsible for drafting the RES-Q+ IPR Management Plan.


Project details

More information about the RES-Q+ project can be found on the project website: and the project page on the CORDIS website:

Funded by the European Union. This project has received funding from the European Commission’s Horizon Europe programme under Grant Agreement No. 101057603. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Commission. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.