The must-do free digital health event of the next few weeks has to be to go to one of the four final dallas events, in which attendees will get to hear of all the important things that the programme has learned over the past three years. Surely that’s unmissable, or as the flier says, “free but priceless”!
The events are at:
- Manchester – 12th November
- Cardiff – 17th November
- Belfast – 25th November
- Glasgow – 8th December
The Cardiff event is being run alongside the TSA International Technology Enabled Care Conference on 16th & 17th November, (and see our recent blog on this too), so you can combine the two.
Another free-to-attend event with a particular focus on SMEs takes place on the evening of the 3rd December in City Hall, London: 21st Century London MedTech. Bookings, and more details, here.
Moving to paid events, albeit very cheaply priced because the Royal Society of Medicine is a charity, the Telemedicine Section of the RSM has four events now open to book:
- Medical benefits of Wearables – 23rd November
- The caring home – 24th November
- Recent developments in digital health – 25th February
- Medical apps: mainstreaming innovation – 7th April
Both the February and April events are now into their fourth years – and both are regular sellouts, so worth booking soon.
You might also want to hold the 19th May in your diaries for when the RSM & IET jointly run another conference that was previously a sellout: “the future of medicine; the doctor’s role in 2025”. This will be opened by George Freeman, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Life Sciences,and features a glittering array of experts who will be suggesting what we need to do now to deliver the health & care systems of the future. Bookings will open soon.
The 2nd UCL Festival for Digital Health is now set for 22 February to 4 March 2016 – more details here.
Planning ahead, the search for the best eHealth solution in 2016 developed by an EU SME has begun with the unveiling of the competition’s website and the ability to get mailed information as it emerges.
Good luck if you apply!