Connected Health Seminar / Workshop Monday 14th June 2010, Europa Hotel, Belfast
How should Medical Schools respond to the Connected Health agenda?
Thank you for your interest in this workshop / seminar which is designed to explore the implications that Connected Health and an increasingly connected society will have on the delivery of medical education. How should medical schools respond to the Connected Health agenda in terms of both the research that is carried out and the way the curriculum is developed and delivered? Read more details and invitation here.
The Seminar / Workshop is open and free, Numbers however are limited.
Please register here for this Seminar / Workshop
|14:00||Introduction to the Seminar||Dr Kieran McGlade|
|14:10||Research and Development in eHealth - the Dundee experience||Prof. Frank Sullivan (BioSketch)|
|14:30||Q&A / Discussion|
|14:40||QUB show case||Examples of current eHealth R&D ongoing at QUB - TBC|
|15:10||Coffee / Tea|
|15:30||Harnessing technology for (life-long) metric-based medical education and training to competence.||Prof. Anthony G Gallagher (BioSketch)|
|15:50||Q&A / Discussion|
|16:00||What will medical education look like in 20 years?||Prof. Rick Satava (BioSketch)|
|16:30||Q&A / Discussion|
This Workshop directly precedes the launch of the European Connected Health Campus Leadership Summit
Last updated 27/5/2010