The Health Informatics conference held in Portugal aims to bring together researchers and pracitiones interested in the application of information and communication technologies to healthcare and medicine in general. Databases, networking, graphical interfaces, intellident decision support systems and specialized programming languages are just a few of the technologies used these days in medical informatics. Some of the issues that professionals in this industry need to address to promote ICT in healthcare include mobility and ubiquity in healthcare systems, standardization of technologies and procedures, certification, and privacy. These issues and many more will be addressed at this converence.
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Following success in Europe and US, at Health 2.0 India you will witness Health 2.0 technologies intersecting with ancient culture, mixing modern medicine and technology with the Ayurvedic mindset, connecting the poor with mobile health (mHealth), and using technological tools to strengthen social development initiatives. Read the rest of this entry »
The Annual Convention of the American Osteopathic College of Radiology will be held at Palm Beach (US) from 11-15 April 2011. This CME Activity is designed to enhance and increase the knowledge base of the practicing radiologist. In particular, the focus of the program is to assist radiologists hone their interpretation skills and techniques, review safety standards including contrast and radiation safety and present technically progressive areas of radiology to improve patient care
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This year, Atlanta (US) will be the host of the Cardiovascular Epidemiology and Prevention Scientific Sessions, taking place on the 23-25 March 2011. These conferences are the principal venue for presenting population-based research that drives the world’s contemporary approach to CVD prevention. Results from observational studies and trials presented at these conferences influence national and international policies and affect billions of individuals worldwide. The conferences encourage and promote the development, advancement and exchange of new information related to prevention and treatment of heart disease and stroke. It is an American Heart Association event.
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The European Conference of Radiology will be held in Wien, Austria, from 03-07 March 2011. ECR is the annual meeting of the ESR. It is a trend-setting, dynamic and service-oriented congress, well-known as one of the most innovative meetings within the scientific community, embedded in a unique and inspiring ambience.
For more information, please visit: http://www.myesr.org/cms/website.php?id=/en/ecr_2011.htm
Present recent scientific work related to stroke and cerebrovascular disease. From 9-11 of February 2011, the American Stroke Association’s annual meeting offers a unique opportunity to gather with colleagues from around the world in an exciting educational and professional environment. The International Stroke Conference continues to be the premier meeting in the world with unmatched scientific scope, authority and prestige. Discover your company’s business potential by exhibiting with us in Los Angeles, California.
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The Arab Health Congress is held on 24-27 January 2011. The Arab Health Congress is the world’s largest CME accredited multi-track medical congress. The 18 conferences scheduled to take place at the 2011 congress will provide the opportunity to thousands of healthcare professionals to earn valuable CME credit. For healthcare professionals who want to learn of the latest practices and technologies in their field, the Arab Health Congress is by far the best regional educational platform with a truly global audience. An opportunity to network with peers and update your skills across a long list of conferences on different specialties.
More information to be found at: http://www.arabhealthonline.com/AHCongress/Conferences1/Conf6/Overview/
11th congress, cape town, south africa
Ubuntu is an African philosophy focused on human relations. It speaks of our interconnectedness and ability to openly share, affirming one another and resisting attempts to diminish others. At its core is generosity and the desire to see others happy. This is most certainly their desire in hosting the 11th WFITN meeting in Cape Town from November 8th to 11th in 2011. It will be the first time that the Federation meets on the African continent and they are delighted to be the hosts. Within the WFITN there exists an amazing collection of knowledge and experience, information, both tested and new that needs to be shared in order to improve the lives of patients with neurovascular disorders. Cape Town will provide a magnificent venue for us to have a scientific meeting, spend time with old friends, make new friends and welcome colleagues into the fold of neurovascular science. South Africans are quick to smile and happy to share, we invite you to come and see and experience on the 8th – 11th November 2011.
Please visit their website at: http://www.wfitn2011.org/
The anticipated XX European Stroke Conference will be held in Hamburg, Germany. So save the dates: 24-27 May 2011! They are pleased to invite all those interested, to attend, present a poster or give a lecture. Hamburg has a particular connection with neurology, as the first university department of neurology in Germany was established in Hamburg by Max Nonne in 1919. Several museums, technical and science institutes add to the intellectually stimulating environment.
(Some of this website’s event photos were taken at the ESC Barcelona 2010)
Information about sending abstracts for active participation can be found on the website: http://www.eurostroke.org/