Med-e-Tel 2014 Conference Program

Below is the Med-e-Tel 2014 conference program, listed per day and per conference room. Use it as a "menu" from which you can select those sessions and presentations that are of interest and relevance to you, or that you want to hear more about. Med-e-Tel is much more than just the conference program alone: it is the opportunity to meet and network with telemedicine and eHealth stakeholders from around the world, to see technologies and solutions in the expo area, and to forge new collaborations and partnerships with other participants.

Note: check on-site schedules in front of the conference rooms for any last minute changes or updates.

Click here for a general overview of the preliminary Med-e-Tel 2014 schedule of events.


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Wednesday 9 April 2014

Conference Room 1

09:30-10:00
Opening Ceremony

    Welcome addresses by:

    Frank Lievens
    Director, Med-e-Tel
    [full presentation]

    Andy Fischer
    President, International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth

    Regina Ungerer
    World Health Organization

    Veronique-Ines Thouvenot
    Head, Women and eHealth (WeHealth) International Working Group, Millennia2025 Foundation
    [full presentation]

    Romain Schneider
    Minister of Social Security, Minister of Cooperation and Humanitarian Action, Minister of Sports and also on behalf of the Ministry of Health, G. D. Luxembourg

11:00-13:00
Opening Session: Global Telemedicine and eHealth Update (1)

Chair: Yunkap Kwankam, Executive Director, International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH), Switzerland

14:00-15:30
RECAP Symposium: Intelligent Systems Supporting Decision-Making (1)

16:00-17:30
RECAP Symposium: Intelligent Systems Supporting Decision-Making (2)

Conference Room 2

14:00-15:30
eHealth Applications in Surgery

Chair: James McGee, University of Oxford, Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, UK

16:00-17:30
eLearning

Chair: Maurice Mars, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Conference Room 3

14:00-17:30
Capacity Building through Education, Research and Collaboration: AFRICA BUILD, an eHealth Case Study

Conference Room 4

14:00-15:30
eMedic - Telemedicine Initiatives in Baltic Sea Region: Teleconsultation (1)

Chair: Madis Tiik, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

16:00-17:30
eMedic - Telemedicine Initiatives in Baltic Sea Region: Teleconsultation (2)

Chair: Peeter Ross, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Conference Room 5

14:00-15:30
Telecardiology (1)

Chair: Adolfo Sparenberg, Instituto de Cardiologia do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

16:00-17:30
Telecardiology (2)

Chair: Adolfo Sparenberg, Instituto de Cardiologia do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Conference Room 6

11:00-13:00
AFRICA BUILD

16:00-17:30
Round Table Discussion: Teledentistry

Chair: Marcia Rendeiro, University of São Paulo, USP, Brazil

Exhibition Hall

17:00-18:00
Poster Session

Chairs: André Petitet, CATEL, France & Richard Scott, University of Calgary, Canada & Maurice Mars, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Thursday 10 April 2014

Conference Room 1

09:00-10:30
Global Telemedicine and eHealth Update (2)

11:00-13:00
Horizon 2020 Info Session

Chair: Paul Pelsmaeker, Stichting Digitalezorg.nl, The Netherlands

14:00-15:45
Women, eHealth and Telemedicine at all Ages of Life: From Birth to Old Age (1)

Moderator: Anna E. Schmaus-Klughammer, ISfTeH Working Group on Women (WoW)

16:00-17:30
Women, eHealth and Telemedicine at all Ages of Life: From Birth to Old Age (2)

Moderator: Kristie Holmes, University of Southern California, USA

Conference Room 2

11:00-13:00
Benefits of Open Source Software in Healthcare

Chair: Etienne Saliez, ISfTeH "Collaborative Care Team in Open Source" Working Group, Belgium

14:00-15:30
Robust eHealth Applications, Ready for Implementation

Chair: Jiri Potucek, Mediinspect, Czech Republic

16:00-17:30
eHealth: User Acceptance & Attitude

Chair: Madlen Arnhold, TU Dresden, Faculty of Medicine, Research Association Public Health, Germany

Conference Room 3

11:00-13:00
Legislation & Quality Standards in eHealth

Chair: André Petitet, CATEL, France

    Building Innovation into Tele-Health and e-Health Delivery Agreements - A Legal Perspective
    John Cowell
    Healthdirect Australia, Australia
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Brazilian Telehealth Program: Follow Up of the Legislation Advancement along the Implementation of the Program
    Ana Estela Haddad, Mary Caroline Skelton-Macedo, Lina Barreto Brasil, Sigisfredo Brenelli, Francisco Eduardo Campos
    Faculty of Dentistry, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
    School of Medicine, State University of Campinas, Brazil
    Federal University of Minas Gerais, Open University of SUS, Brazil
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Necessary Skills and Knowledge for Staff Providing Telehealth Services
    Malcolm Fisk
    Ageing Society Grand Challenge Initiative, Coventry University, UK
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Developments in and Uptake of the European Code of Practice for Telehealth Services
    Malcolm Fisk
    Ageing Society Grand Challenge Initiative, Coventry University, UK
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Analyzing Nigeria's e-Health Policies: Seeking Solutions - A Case Study of the Nigerian e-Health Policies
    Benjamin Akinmoyeje, Nicole Dakut, Elor Ukot
    Management Sciences for Health, Nigeria
    [abstract]

    Clinical Quality Control of a Large Brazilian Teleconsultation Service: the Telehealth Network of Minas Gerais
    Beatriz Alkmim, Lidiane Sousa, Priscilla Passos, Ana Luiza França, Emilia Santos, Milena Marcolino, Daniel Neves
    Telehealth Network of Minas Gerais, Brazil
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Telemedicine Evaluation and Assessment in Mpumalanga, Department of Health
    Renier Beukes, Maurice Mars
    University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Accountability in a Sub-Saharan Hospital: Impact of Use of ICT Tools at the Gabriel Touré Hospital of Bamako
    Ousmane Ly, Lasseni Konaté, Tidiani Togola, Moussa Sanogo, Abdoulaye Konate
    Agence Nationale de Télésanté et d'Informatique Medicale (ANTIM), Mali
    IAPM, Mali
    CHUGT, Mali
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

14:00-15:30
Lifetime eHealth: Perinatal and Pediatric Care

Chair: Kazuhiro Hara, Kagawa University, Japan

16:00-17:30
Lifetime eHealth: Active and Healthy Ageing

Chair: Ivan Evgeniev, Technical University, Bulgaria

Conference Room 4

11:00-13:00
eMedic - Telemedicine Initiatives in Baltic Sea Region: mHealth and Telemonitoring (1)

Chair: Ursula Hyrkkänen, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland

14:00-15:30
eMedic - Telemedicine Initiatives in Baltic Sea Region: mHealth and Telemonitoring (2)

Chair: Peeter Ross, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

16:00-17:30
eMedic - Telemedicine Initiatives in Baltic Sea Region: Data and Business Opportunities in Cross-Border Setting (panel discussion)

Chair: Peeter Ross, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

    Presented by eMedic

    Panelists:
    [full presentation]
    Madis Tiik, Senior Adviser of the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra
    Valdis Pirags, Pauls Stradins Clinical University Hospital
    Alvydas Paunksnis, President of Lithuanian Telemedicine Association
    Raino Saarela, Senior Telemedicine Specialist and Board Member of Finnish Telemedicine and eHealth Association
    Frank Lievens, Secretary of the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth

Conference Room 5

11:00-13:00
eHealth Economics

Chair: Nancy E. Brown Connolly, HABITS for Life, USA

14:00-15:30
Table Ronde: Les Soins et la eSanté
(Healthcare and eHealth Tools: A Powerful Combination)

16:00-17:45
eHealth Applications for Wellbeing and Personal Assistance

Chair: Laurent Billonnet, University of Limoges, France

    Mobil-e-Desk A Mobile Solution for More Efficient Nursing Staff
    Camille Goujeau, Lisa San Martin, Quenty Szymanski, Laurent Billonnet, Delphine Bourgeois
    University of Limoges, France
    Epsilim, France
    [abstract]

    Healthy Eating QR Codes - A Mobile-Based Technology for Wise Management of Eating Habits
    Reza Assadi, Amir Jebeli
    Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran
    [abstract]

    Google Hat: Treat Yourself to a 'Solid as Rock' Butler
    Elsa Chapoulie, Manon Maillot, Matthias Sanchez, Laurent Billonnet, Christine Lesmarie
    University of Limoges, France
    [abstract]

    Inter'Actions Promoting Efficiency and Societal Wellness in a Rural Community
    Pauline Bonaventure, Mélanie Canion, Suliac Dervilly, Margaux Etienne, Laurent Billonnet, Stéphane Saint-Amand
    University of Limoges, France Communauté d'Agglomération du Grand Guéret, France
    [abstract]

    Continuing a Journey towards Implementation of Innovative mHealth in Health Services
    Ruth Bacigalupo, Peter Cudd, Olubukola Oguntuase, Jackie Elliott, Liz Williams
    University of Sheffield, School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), UK
    [abstract]

    User Involvement and Adaptability of the Systems
    Lenka Lhotska, Jan Havlik, Olga Stepankova
    Czech Technical University Prague, Czech Republic
    [abstract]

    Ariane: An Innovative Tool to Maintain Connectedness When in Hospital
    Laëtitia Courmont, Marie-Hèléne Delhostal, Laurent Billonnet, Ludovic Mura
    Hôpital Intercommunal du Haut Limousin, Le Dorat, France
    [abstract]

Conference Room 6

14:00-17:30
AFRICA BUILD

Exhibition Hall

17:00-18:00
Poster Session

Chairs: André Petitet, CATEL, France & Richard Scott, University of Calgary, Canada & Maurice Mars, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

    15. Confirmation of Proper Endotracheal Tube Placement Using Telemedical Technology: a Technique to Improve Far Forward Airway Management
    Chad Branecki, Chris Popa, Ali Turabi, Shawn Nessen, K. Morris, R.A. Walker, Dave Boedeker, V. Wadman, Ben Boedeker
    US Army Medical Corps, USA
    Doane College, Crete, USA
    University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA
    Walter Reed National Medical Center, USA
    University of Iowa, USA
    [abstract]

    16. Learning Opportunities: Teledentistry Contributions to Continuing Education in Brazil
    Márcia Pereira Rendeiro, Alexandra Monteiro, Raphaella Postorivo, Renata Jorge, Maria Isabel Souza
    School of Dentistry, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Telehealth UERJ, Brazil
    [abstract]

    17. Teleconsulting: Problem-Solving Capacity in Primary Health Care in Dentistry
    Márcia Pereira Rendeiro, Alexandra Monteiro, Raphaella Postorivo, Renata Jorge, Maria Isabel Souza
    School of Dentistry, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Telehealth UERJ, Brazil
    [abstract]

    18. The Experience of an Oral Health Blog after Two Years of Follow Up
    Mary Caroline Skelton-Macedo, Deise Garrido Silva, Monica Magalhães Pereira da Silva, Leandro Costa, Marcio Souza, Ana Estela Haddad
    Faculty of Dentistry, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
    [abstract]

    19. The Regional Cancer Counseling Center: Technologies and Psychology for a New Organizational Model to Serve Cancer Patients and Their Relatives
    Luca Pianigiani, Cecilia Dell'olio, Federica Biancucci, Silvia Bonini, Francesca Maffei, Ludovica Mazzei, Olivia Stanzani, Francesca Grandi, Francesca Bartolozzi, Paolo Cortini, Giulia Spalla
    Regional Cancer Counseling Center – Tuscany Region, Italy
    [abstract]

    20. Transmission of Dental Surgery in UHD (4K) on Real Time - The First Latin American Experience
    Mary Caroline Skelton-Macedo, Erick Melo, Leandro Costa, Marcio Souza, Luiz Ary Messina, Ana Estela Haddad
    FOUSP, Brazil
    UFPB, Brazil
    RUTE, Brazil
    [abstract]

    21. US-Mex Border Region Dental Students' Perspective in the Future Application of Teledentistry as A Tool for Preventive Care
    Martha R. Hernandez, Miguel Alberto Zamudio Gomez, Brett C. Meyer
    UC San Diego, USA
    UABC, Mexico
    [abstract]

    22. Reaching Remote and Disadvantaged Communities at Scale with ICT: SOS Telemedicina Venezuela
    Hector Arrechedera, Jenny Ure
    University Central de Venezuela Los Chaguarramos, Venezuela
    University of Edinburgh, UK
    [abstract]

    23. A System Architecture for Real-time Care Pathways Orchestration at the Hospital
    Francois Roucoux
    UCL, Cancer Centre, Belgium

    24. Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth
    Malina Jordanova, Richard Scott, Maurice Mars
    Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (JISfTeH)
    Space Research & Technology Institute, Bulgaria
    Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
    Office of Global e-Health and Strategy, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary, Canada
    [abstract]

    25. Health 2.0 Workshop at the International Federation of Medical Students' Associations General Assembly: A Starting Point for Raising Awareness about the Relationship between Information Communication Technology and Health Care among Medical Students
    Angelo D'Ambrosio, Stefan Buttigieg, Alexander Carlstrom, Omar Cherkaoui, Ivana Di Salvo
    Pediatric Hospital Bambino Gesu, Italy
    Information School, University of Sheffield, UK
    International Federation of Medical Students' Associations (IFMSA)
    [abstract]

    26. A Roadmap for Mobile Mental Health in Denmark
    Marie Folker, Signe Skov-Hansen, Ana Maria d'Auchamp
    Danish Technological Institute, Denmark
    [abstract]

    27. Creating a Business Modelling Tool for Collaboration between Public and Private Partners in a Telemedicine Ecosystem
    Marie Folker, Ana Maria d'Auchamp
    Danish Technological Institute, Denmark
    [abstract]

Friday 11 April 2014

Conference Room 1

09:00-10:30
Round Table Discussion: Education, Training and Skills Development in Telemedicine & eHealth

Chair: Saroj Mishra, Prof. & Head, Dept. of Endocrine Surgery & School of Telemedicine & Biomedical Informatics, Sanjay Ghandi PG Institute of Medical Sciences, India

11:00-13:00
eHealth: Junior Doctors' Perspective and Future Implications

Chair: Marco Capizzi, Communications Officer, European Junior Doctors (EJD) & Coordinator, EJD eHealth Working Group, Italy

14:00-16:00
International Telemedicine and eHealth Initiatives and Developments: ISfTeH Best Practice Examples

Chair: Andrey Selkov, Russian Association for Telemedicine, Russia

    Telepharmacy: A Brazilian Experience
    Renata Mondini, Flavia Nathiely Silveira Fachel, Carla Paludo, Ricardo Bertoglio Cardoso, Thais Russomano, Marlise Araujo dos Santos
    Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
    [abstract]

    Association for Ukrainian Telemedicine and eHealth Development - Report of Activity During 2012-2013
    Anton Vladzymyrskyy, Yuriy V. Dumanskiy, Bohdan Lytvynenko, Vladimir Klymovytskyy, Dmitry Kalinovskiy, Sergey Bondarenko
    Association for Ukrainian Telemedicine and eHealth Development, Ukraine
    [abstract]

    Impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) on Health Care
    Valerian Agbasonu, Dorcas Moses
    Imo State University, Nigeria
    Vasalom System, Nigeria
    ICT Centre, National Open University of Nigeria, Nigeria
    [abstract]

    Language, an Impediment to Telemedicine Use in Africa?
    Maurice Mars, Caron Jack, Bhekani Hlombe, Yashik Singh
    University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
    [abstract]

    e-Health – Can We Be Certain There Is No Environmental Impact?
    Richard Scott, Mone Palacios
    University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
    University of Calgary, Canada
    [abstract]

    Development of a Mobile Application of Clinical Pharmacology for Dentists in Primary Health Care
    Francisco de Assis Medella Junior, Rodrigo Tubelo, Rafael Braga, Carlos Eduardo Wudich, Maria Eugenia Pinto, Alessandra Dahmer, Otavio Davila
    Department of Education and Health's Information, Federal University of Health Sciences, Brazil
    Department of Public Health, Federal University of Health Sciences, Porto Alegre, Brazil
    [abstract]

    Clinical Scenarios in Telepharmacology
    Brane Leskosek, Polonca Ferk
    Faculty of Medicine Ljubljana, Institute for Biostatistics and Medical Informatics, Slovenia
    Faculty of Medicine Maribor, Dpt. of Pharmacology and Experimental Toxicology, Slovenia
    [abstract]

    The Telemedical Project "Moscow - Regions of Russia-2"
    Andrey Selkov, Valery Stolyar, Elena Selkova
    Russian Association for Telemedicine, Russia
    [abstract]

16:00-17:00
Round Table Discussion: eHealth Economics

Chair: Masatsugu Tsuji, University of Hyogo, Japan

    The clinical effectiveness and economic efficiency of telemedicine and eHealth will be the core of the discussions. The research and experience of universities and organizations from various countries will be discussed and participants will be able to share outcomes of mainstream applications or ongoing trials.

Conference Room 2

09:00-10:30
Promoting Telemedicine/eHealth Practice: ISfTeH Student Videoconference Session and Contest

Chair: Adolfo Sparenberg, Instituto De Cardiologia do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

11:00-13:00
Mobile Health

Chair: Markus Lindlar, Institute of Aerospace Medicine, DLR, Germany

    Context-Based mHealth Applications Based on Mobile Web Server
    Oliver Koch, Marc Jansen, Abbas Siddiqui
    Hochschule Ruhr West, Germany
    [abstract]

    ASYSTED - Development of a mHealth Based Expert Support System for Ultrasonic Examination Performed by Laymen
    Markus Lindlar, Timo Frett
    Institute of Aerospace Medicine, DLR, Germany
    [abstract]

    Mobile Medication Scanner
    Andreas Arens-Volland, Dirk Denzer, Lübormira Spassova
    Public Research Centre Henri Tudor, Luxembourg
    Hoschule Trier, Germany
    [abstract]

    Advanced Technology Services for Supporting Active Seniors: The Mobile.Old Project
    Luiza Spiru, Isabel Karlhuber, Ileana Turcu, Nina van der Vaart, Stefan Schurz, Jose Manuel Laperal
    Ana Aslan International Foundation, Romania
    LIFEtool, Austria
    Nationaal Ouderen Fonds, The Netherlands
    Madrid Network, Cluster Salud y Bienestar, Spain
    [abstract]

    Mobile Health: From Reality to Ongoing Questions
    Elinaz Mahdavy
    Orange Healthcare, France

    Mobilecare - Improving Preventive Healthcare with a Mobile Telemedicine Model
    Alecio Binotto, Cirano Iochpe, Valter Roesler
    IBM Research – Brazil
    UFRGS - Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
    [abstract]

    Smart Technologies for Seniors' Mobility: The MobileSage Project
    Luiza Spiru, Ivar Solheim, Ileana Turcu, Jordi Rovira Simon, Victor Sanchez Martin
    Aslan International Foundation, Romania
    Norsk Regnesentral/Norwegian Computing Center, Norway
    Telefonica Investigación y Desarrollo, Spain
    Ingineria y Soluciones Informaticas – ISOIN, Spain
    [abstract]

    The Real Scientific Evidence of Prevention Health Apps
    Leonardo Juan Ramirez Lopez, Diego Alejandro Parra Alvarez
    Nueva Granada Military University, Colombia
    [abstract]

14:00-16:00
Chronic Disease Management

Chair: Gianfranco Mochi, H2000 Italia & ISfTeH Chronic Disease Management WG, Italy

    Scaling Up, the Future of Telemedicine and Health Management
    Uwe Diegel
    iHealthLabs Europe, France
    [abstract]

    mHealth in Chronic Disease Management: Case Study of a Mobile-to-Mobile Delivery Model
    William Thornbury Jr., Steven Thornbury
    Medical Associates Clinic, USA
    [abstract]

    eHealth Care for Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Management
    Anton Vladzymyrskyy, Yuriy V. Dumanskiy, Vladimir Mozgovoy, Sergey Bondarenko
    Telemedicine and eLearning Center, Donetsk National Medical University of M.Gorky, Ukraine
    Donetsk Regional Tuberculosis Hospital, Donetsk, Ukraine
    Rinat Akhmetov Foundation "Development of Ukraine", Ukraine
    [abstract]

    Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) Analysis: Better Way to Evaluate Remote Monitoring Programs in Chronic Disease
    Nancy E. Brown Connolly
    Brunel University, USA
    [abstract]

    Important Determinants in Successful Adoption and Sustainability of Use of an m-Health Self-management System
    Reza Ariaeinejad, Norman Archer
    McMaster University, Canada
    [abstract]

    Introducing the ISfTeH's Chronic Disease Management Working Group
    Gianfranco Mochi
    H2000 Italia & ISfTeH Chronic Disease Management WG, Italy
    [abstract]

    Evidence for Person-centeredness in Telehealth Research Involving People with Diabetes
    Claudia C. Bartz
    International Council of Nurses, USA
    [abstract]

    Actelin: Smart Device Based Telecare Solutions for Diabetics and Elderly
    Axel Eckmann
    Actimage, Luxembourg
    [abstract]

    Telemonitoring of Chronic Patients and the Role of Communicative Medical Devices
    Beatrice Falise Mirat
    Orange Healthcare, France

    Patients Inclusion in a Diabetic and CHF Telemedicine Service - The United4Health Slovenia Experience
    Drago Rudel, Cirila Slemenik-Pusnik, Metka Epsek-Lenart, Stanislav Pusnik, Janez Lavre
    MKS Electronic Systems, Slovenia
    General Hospital Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia
    Healthcare Centre Ravne, Slovenia
    [abstract]

Conference Room 3

09:00-10:30
eRehabilitation & ePrevention

Chair: Hélène Moffet, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research & Social Integration, and Université Laval, Canada

    Telemedicine: A Success Story of Assessment and Rehabilitation of Psychiatric Patients in RajanPur District of Southern Punjab, Pakistan
    Mirza Abdul Qadir, Nauman Mazhar, Salik Nawaz
    Department of Telemedicine, Mayo Hospital, Pakistan
    Department of Psychiatric & Behavioural Sciences KEMU/Mayo Hospital, Pakistan
    The University of the Punjab, Pakistan
    [abstract]

    Will a 6-week Telephone-based Physiotherapy Intervention Improve Quality of Life in Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis?
    Adesola Odole, Oluwatobi Ojo
    North-West University, South Africa
    Department of Physiotherapy, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
    Department of Physiotherapy, Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Nigeria
    [abstract]

    Should We Plan A Service Delivery Alternative When Implementing A Telerehabilitation Approach?
    Hélène Moffet, Michel Tousignant, Sylvie Nadeau, Chantal Mérette, Patrick Boissy, Hélène Corriveau, François Marquis, François Cabana, Pierre Ranger, Etienne Belzile, Pascale Larochelle, Ronald Dimentberg
    Centre for Interdisciplinary Research & Social Integration, and Université Laval, Canada
    Research Center on Aging & Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
    Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation of Greater Montreal & Université de Montréal, Canada
    Centre de recherche de l'Institut Universitaire en Santé Mentale & Université Laval, Canada
    CHU-Québec & Université Laval, Canada
    CHU-Sherbrooke & Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
    Hôpital Jean-Talon de Montréal & Université de Montréal, Canada
    CSSS-Arthabaska-Les-Erables, Arthabaska & Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
    McGill University & St. Mary's Hospital, Canada
    [abstract]

    E-Psychotherapy: Awareness, Usage and Challenges among Nigerian Psychotherapists
    Nkwam C. Uwaoma
    Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Imo State University, Nigeria
    [abstract]

    Investigations on Veil Psychology for Telemedicine System Acceptance in South Punjab, Pakistan
    Mirza Abdul Qadir, Muhammad Najam Ayaz, Salik Nawaz
    Department of Telemedicine, Mayo Hospital, Pakistan
    The University of the Punjab, Pakistan
    [abstract]

11:00-13:00
eHealth Implementation & Organization

Chair: Ying Yan, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

    Inter-Organizational Process Collaboration and eHealth – a Review of Theoretical Perspectives
    Niels Garmann-Johnsen, Tom Roar Eikebrokk
    University of Agder, Norway
    [abstract]

    Potential Business Models for Innovative ICT Platform of eHealth Services
    Angela Martin, Pierre Mabille, Gabrièle Piaton-Breda, Fateh Belaid, Robert Picard, Myriam Le Goff-Pronost
    Altran, France
    Ecole d'Economie de Paris, France
    Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment, Dépt. Economie et Sciences Humaines, France
    CGIET - Ministère de l'Economie, de l'Industrie et de l'Emploi, France
    Télécom Bretagne, France
    [abstract]

    eHealth Service Experience and Care Models: Building a Parameter Framework for Their Design and Implementation
    Stella Boess, Lianne Simonse
    Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
    [abstract]

    eHealth Services over EPON – a Study on Authentication and Key Management Mechanisms
    Ying Yan, Lars Dittmann
    Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
    [abstract]

    Enhancing Bluetooth Connection Establishment Delay for Telemedicine Devices
    Arman Gonden, Burcin Guzel, Canan Aydogdu
    Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey
    [abstract]

    Perspectives of Biologists, Epidemiologists and Geneticists Controversies in Sciences and Health Systems' Reforms
    Christine Huttin
    ENDEPUSresearch, USA
    [abstract]

    'Needs Assessment' – What, Why, and How?
    Richard Scott, Louise Affleck-Hall
    University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
    University of Calgary, Canada
    [abstract]

    Communicating in 'e-Health' - Do We Really Know What We Mean?
    Richard Scott, Maurice Mars
    University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
    [abstract]

14:00-16:00
eHospital

Chair: Remko Hoekstra, Aexist, The Netherlands

Conference Room 4

09:00-10:30
eMedic - Telemedicine Initiatives in Baltic Sea Region: Sustainability and Business Processes (1)

Chair: Reetta Raitoharju, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland

11:00-13:00
eMedic - Telemedicine Initiatives in Baltic Sea Region: Sustainability and Business Processes (2)

Chair: Kristina Groth, Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden

14:00-16:00
Lessons Learned from National eHealth Initiatives

Chair: Romana Qassimyar, University of California & Sharp HealthCare, USA

    A Conceptual Model of Practitioner Authentication For Telemedicine Services in Developing Countries
    Leonie Spoerer, Yashik Singh, Maurice Mars
    University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
    [abstract]

    The Realization of PrimCareIT Project in Belarus
    Tatyana Kalinina, Yuri Demidchik, Irina Moroz, Nikolay Gvozd, Uladzimir Mozheiko, Maksim Makouski
    State Educational Institution Belarusian Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education, Belarus
    Ostrovec CRH, Belarus
    [abstract]

    Teleaudiology Net between World Hearing Centers (Kajetany, Poland) and Africa, Asia and Europe
    Piotr H. Skarzynski, Arkadiusz Wasowski, Adam Walkowiak, Lukasz Bruski, Henryk Skarzynski
    Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing, Poland
    Institute of Sensory Organs, Kajetany, Poland
    Department of Ophthalmological and Sensory Organs Diagnostics and Rehabilitation, Medical University of Warsaw, Poland
    World Hearing Center/Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing, Poland
    Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing, Poland
    [abstract]

    Expert Telefitting Mode for Cochlear Implant Recipients
    Arkadiusz Wasowski, Anita Obrycka, Adam Walkowiak, Skarzynski Piotr Henryk, Henryk Skarzynski
    Teleaudiology Department, Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing, Poland
    [abstract]

    Needs Assessment of Telemedicine in Afghanistan and a Call for Action for a Global Tri-Partnership Agreement
    Romana Qassimyar, S.L. Fischer, T. Mackey, B.A. Liang
    University of California, USA
    Naval Medical Research Center, USA
    Sharp HealthCare, USA
    [abstract]

    Experience of Tele-Medicine Implementation to Counteract Professional Isolation of the Healthcare Specialists
    Tayana Kalinina, Yuri Demidchik, Irina Moroz, Nikolay Gvozd, Uladzimir Mozheiko, Maksim Makouski
    State Educational Institution Belarusian Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education, Belarus
    [abstract]

    ICT in Counteracting Brain Drain and Professional Isolation of the PHC Specialists
    Irina Moroz, Yuri Demidchik, Tayana Kalinina, Nikolay Gvozd, Uladzimir Mozheiko, Maksim Makouski
    State Educational Institution Belarusian Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education, Belarus
    Ostrovec Central Regional Hospital, Belarus
    [abstract]

Conference Room 5

09:00-10:30
Distance Medical Education: Produce and Publish your own Lectures on the Web

11:00-13:00
Table Ronde: eSanté et l'Interopérabilité
(eHealth Challenge: Interoperability)

    Présenté par/Presented by Agence eSanté

    (Note: This session is held in French)

    Panel:

    • Jean-Charles Dron, Expert International en Interopérabilité
    • Philippe Jongen, Vice-président FRATEM (Fédération Régionale des Associations de Télématique Médicale)
    • Claude Poupart, Unit Manager AHI (Advanced Health Informatics), CRP Henri Tudor
    • Heiko Zimmerman, Responsable Pôle Interopérabilité, Agence eSanté

    Modérateur: Thierry Barré, Expert eSanté, PwC Luxembourg

 


 
 

Organizer: ISfTeH - c/o AMTS Luzern - Luzerner Kantonsspital - 6000 Luzern 16 - Switzerland
Secretariat: TSI - Waardbeekdreef 1 - 1850 Grimbergen - Belgium
Venue:   LUXEXPO S.A. - 10 circuit de la Foire Internationale - L-1347 Luxembourg