Promoting Health Through Collaborative Research and Innovation in Nova Scotia’s Eastern Zone: Join Cape Breton University and Nova Scotia Health for a virtual conference to build upon health research and innovation across the province. Dr. Brian Goldman, highly-regarded emergency department physician, best-selling author and host of “White Coat, Black Art”, CBC’s radio award-winning show, will deliver a keynote presentation.
Free, accessible, and equitable healthcare for all is central to Canada’s national identity. Too often, however, healthcare fails to help the people who need it the most. New health and wellbeing technologies help to identify and bridge these care gaps, often providing increased access to underserved communities and creating innovative solutions to complex problems. Paradoxically, however, health technologies sometimes perpetuate inequities. A lack of relevant skills, funds, or infrastructure can hamper adoption. This webinar will explore how Canada can leverage the potential of smart health and wellness to help heal Canadian communities.
DigiHealthDay™ is a recurring series of international educational and research events dedicated exclusively to digital health, organized and hosted by HIMSS Partner Innovation Exchange member, Deggendorf Institute of Technology – European Campus Rottal-Inn (DIT-ECRI). The series explores modern Digital Health and its role in tackling global health problems. See keynote talks by German and international experts, audience-centered panel discussion, oral and poster scientific presentations, student thesis and project presentations, and networking possibilities. This year’s highlighted events include a panel discussion on “The Future of Digital Health Data: Achieving the Opportunities, Addressing the Anxieties, Responding to Risks,” and exclusive guest lectures. Registration is complimentary.
Using digital technology, this virtual event will bring you face to face with thought leaders and influencers in children’s health. The event is being closely planned with our “local” co-host, the Children’s Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre, along the theme of “From Crisis to Catalyst: The Next Chapter for Children’s Healthcare.” A digital platform will provide new ways to interact with our invited guest speakers, and with other conference delegates. Keynote presentations, facilitated panels, virtual hospital tours will all take on a new and more intimate feel. Networking has always been a significant focus of our event and that won’t change! Facilitated small group learning, dynamic “live” chats, and opportunities to ask an expert will ensure you have the chance to meet and connect with other conference delegates. Showcasing and curating new ideas and innovation will also take centre stage as our poster hall takes on a fresh new look and feel.
Join Canada Health Infoway on December 1 for the Infoway 2021 Virtual Partnership Series & Conference as part of Digital Health Week. If there’s one skill we have all honed over the last year, it is resilience. It is not just about embracing our present reality, it is about leveraging it to create new methods of learning, and to bring the impossible into reach. The series (that has been running since May) culminates in this reimagined full-day virtual conference. With this unique format, Canada Health Infoway can go truly national – your city is the host city. Canada Health Infoway is broadcasting sessions to and from living rooms, basements and home offices spanning world-wide.
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are full of possibilities to address some of healthcare’s biggest challenges. Healthcare leaders around the world look to scale the use of machine learning and AI to triage demand, improve patient care, ease provider burden and reduce clinical variation. Taking place within a best-in-class digital environment, you’ll access content tailored for online experiences with the convenience you need. Enjoy networking opportunities, share insights with clinical and non-clinical staff, and get up-to-the-minute information from security experts.