4th Annual Future of Medicine conference : the Role of Doctors in 2028

April 5, 2018

 

4th Annual Future of Medicine conference

 

The aim of this conference is to explore just how far the delivery of health and care has been improved by the availability of new technology, and what the latest predictions are by those working in the field of how medicine will really be practised in 10 years’ time.

 

Who should attend

 

It is aimed primarily at senior executives in the health & care world whose decisions today will hasten – or hinder – the arrival of improved technology-enabled care. As a result it is an event with wide appeal – specialty is relatively unimportant; seniority is much more important.

 

Previous events have also attracted a significant number of commercial attendees, who are keen to understand what is expected to happen in other medical fields, to be able better to plan the evolution of their own products and services to ensure they remain leaders in their field whilst remaining well integrated with other services they depend on and that depend on them.

 

Other notable attendees have been senior medical academics keen to ensure their own departments are delivering appropriate training to future clinical staff.

 

Prices: early bird prices close Wednesday 16th May 2018

 

RSM member: £40-£105
Non RSM member: £50-£160

 

Any queries? Please call 0207 290 3918

 

 

Abstracts for authors wishing to present their work

 

The Telemedicine & eHealth Section of the RSM and the IET are calling for abstracts for authors wishing to present their work in poster form as part of the meeting programme. Abstracts are welcome from all professionals working in healthcare and related fields with younger members of the community particularly encouraged to submit their work. Topics of particular interest are:

  • Patient monitoring applications linked to mobile devices

  • Imaging and informatics, particularly in cancer

  • Image guided therapy

  • Biomedical signal and image analysis

  • Wearable and implantable devices

  • Radiotherapy and knowledge-based treatment planning and delivery

  • Machine learning in molecular and genetics

  • Advanced therapeutic and diagnostic systems

  • Precision cancer treatment

  • Future applications (molecular and genomic led therapy, learning from ‘big data’, knowledge-based radiotherapy planning)

  • Assisted technology for social care and dementia

 

For the chance to display a poster at this meeting, please email your abstracts to telemedicine@rsm.ac.uk

 

Submission deadline: Friday 4 May 2018
Notification W/C: Friday 11 May 2018

 

Source : https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/events-listing/2017-2018/sections/telemedicine-ehealth-section/tek04-the-4th-annual-future-of-medicine-the-role-of-doctors-in-2028.aspx

 

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