6 June, London
The Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) has a one-day event on 6 June entitled Worlds in collision: Is mobile technology challenging conventional telemonitoring? in which eminent speakers will examine the case for mHealth sweeping aside proprietary protocol-driven monitoring technologies and greatly improving outcomes for users in the process. This will cover the impact of such things as adding a SIM card to an environmental sensor through to genuinely wearable technology and to cars that can inform emergency services of the state of their occupants following an accident. The previous event, on medical apps (report here), was a sellout. Details and booking here.