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Med-e-Tel 2016
Conference Program

The Med-e-Tel 2016 conference program features presentations of case studies, research activities, projects, practical experiences from health and social care providers, and panel discussions, offering both local and international perspectives on m/eHealth, telemedicine and telehealth opportunities, experiences and developments.

Below is the Med-e-Tel 2016 conference program, listed per day and per conference room, including two pre-conference sessions on April 5th. (Program can still be subject to change.)

Click here for a general overview of the Med-e-Tel 2016 schedule of events.


Go to Tuesday 5 April 2016 - Pre-conference sessions
Go to Wednesday 6 April 2016
Go to Thursday 7 April 2016
Go to Friday 8 April 2016


Tuesday 5 April 2016 - Pre-conference sessions
 
 
Conference Room 1
 

13:00-18:15
Telecardiology Workshop: Cardiac Monitoring, Tele-ECG Methods and Preventive eHealth Strategies

Conference Room 3
 

13:30-19:00
Master Class on Social Media and Medical Education

Wednesday 6 April 2016
 
 
Conference Room 1
 

09:30-10:00
Opening Ceremony

11:00-13:00
Opening Session: Telehealth is Here!

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

14:00-15:30
Women, eHealth and Telemedicine within the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2015-2030: From a Global Framework to Local Innovative Programs

Chair: Veronique Thouvenot, Millennia2025 Foundation WeObservatory

16:00-18:00
Cross-Border Healthcare

Conference Room 2
 

14:00-15:30
Telecardiology

Chairs: Enrico Gianluca Caiani & Enno van der Velde, European Society of Cardiology Working Group on e-Cardiology

16:00-18:00
Mobile Solutions

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

Conference Room 3
 

14:00-15:30
Smart and Assistive Technologies for Independent Living and Wellbeing (1)

Chair: Laurent Billonnet, University of Limoges, France

16:00-18:00
eLearning and Health ICT Education (1)

Chair: Marcia Rendeiro, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Conference Room 4
 

14:00-15:30
Open Source Software in Healthcare - Benefits and Issues (1)

Chair: Etienne Saliez, ISfTeH WG Open Source, Belgium

16:00-18:00
International Telemedicine & eHealth Initiatives

Chair: Piotr Skarzynski, World Hearing Center, Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing, & Heart Failure and Cardiac Rehabilitation Department of the Medical University of Warsaw, Poland; Institute of Sensory Organs, Kajetany, Poland

Board Room
 

14:00-15:30
International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth

Thursday 7 April 2016
 
 
Conference Room 1
 

09:00-10:30
Creating Successful and Sustainable Telemedicine/Telehealth Programs

Chair: Frank Lievens, Director, Med-e-Tel & Executive Secretary, International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH)

11:00-13:00
eHealth Quality: Standards, Interoperability and Ethical Issues

Chair: Malcolm Fisk, Telehealth Quality Group & De Montfort University

14:00-15:30
Meeting with software publishers

16:00-18:00
Connected Objects - Connected Health

Conference Room 2
 

11:00-15:30
EPPOSI Meeting of the Minds on Burden of Disease and Real World Evidence: Telehealth Paradigm Changes are Here to Stay

16:00-18:00
Home Healthcare & Remote Patient Monitoring

Conference Room 3
 

11:00-13:00
Smart and Assistive Technologies for Independent Living and Wellbeing (2)

Chair: Laurent Billonnet, University of Limoges, France

14:00-15:30
IN LIFE: Independent Living Support Functions for the Elderly

16:00-18:00
IN-LIFE Workshop

Conference Room 4
 

11:00-13:00
National Telemedicine & eHealth Initiatives

Chair: Rodrigo Marino, University of Melbourne, Melbourne Dental School, Australia

14:00-18:00
Pharmacy and m/eHealth

Chair: Jamie Wilkinson, Director of Professional Affairs, Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union

Exhibition Hall
 

13:00-14:00
Roundtable: eHealth Economics

Chair: Masatsugu Tsuji, University of Hyogo, Japan

Friday 8 April 2016
 
 
Conference Room 1
 

09:00-10:30
Open Source Software in Healthcare - Benefits and Issues (2)

Chair: Thomas Karopka, BioCon Valley GmbH, Germany

11:00-13:00
Disease Management and Treatment Adherence

Chair: Gianfranco Mochi, Praxis Telemedicine & ISfTeH Chronic Disease Management WG, Spain

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
IMI (Innovative Medicines Initiative) – Creating the Ecosystem for Real-world Data

14:00-16:00
Telenursing

Chair: Claudia C. Bartz, USA

Conference Room 3
 

09:00-10:30
Smart and Assistive Technologies for Independent Living and Wellbeing (3)

Chair: Donna Floyd, The Crag Business Group, USA

11:00-13:00
eLearning and Health ICT Education (2)

Chair: Diljith Kannan, Institute of Public Health, India

12:00-13:00
Roundtable: Education, Training and Skills Development in Telemedicine & eHealth

Chair: Georgi Chaltikyan, Deggendorf Institute of Technology (DIT), Germany

Conference Room 4
 

09:00-10:30
eHealth in Primary and Emergency Care

Chair: Jan Sigurd Moy, Stavanger University Hospital, Regional Centre for Emergency Medical Research and Development, Norway

11:00-13:00
Public Health in an eHealth World

14:00-16:00
eHealth Economics

Chair: Masatsugu Tsuji, University of Hyogo, Japan