In three weeks (since the first citizen, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, was vaccinated) Israel has vaccinated about 20 percent of its population against the coronavirus, with some days seeing more than 150,000 people being vaccinated. Dr. Michael (Miki) Halberthal, General Director & CEO, Haifa’s Rambam Health Care Campus (one of Israel’s largest hospitals) discusses Israel’s COVID-19 response and vaccine rollout in this special webinar.
Digital Health Canada’s Western Region Virtual Conference highlights the latest member activity in Alberta and British Columbia, combining the annual Digital Health Canada/ANHIX Calgary Winter Conference and the Vancouver Ahead of the Curve Conference into one outstanding virtual event. On Day One, join us along with co-host ANHIX for Innovation in the Face of Adversity, with updates from AHS on ConnectCare and new initiatives and challenges; establishing virtual health in Alberta; emergency response management in a pandemic; and Alberta’s immunization strategy. Day Two will focus on BC activities including sustainability; vaccine delivery, tracking and data management; ongoing implementation of virtual care in BC, and more.
The annual UpOnDigital conference brings public sector leaders together to explore themes of importance to Ontario patients, caregivers, and digital health professionals. This year, Digital Health Canada’s UpOnDigital Conference will take place online on March 30th 2021 from 12:30 PM ET to 4:30 PM ET!
CAR 2021’s Share the Vision meeting is going virtual and will offer 4 full days of accredited research, science, and education online. Renowned speakers from across the country will deliver high caliber radiology content. CAR 2021 will also include the CAR annual Trainee Day on Tuesday, April 27 for radiologists-in-training as well as a CSTR Day (Canadian Society of Thoracic Radiology) on Wednesday, April 28 with a focus on lung screening.
Planning for our 2021 conference is well under way, and the program is strong and inspiring. Our 5 planning committees, one for each modality, have been curating discipline-specific, multidisciplinary and general interest sessions. Including a stream focused specifically on MRT stories from the pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a global impact on the economy, politics and all facets of healthcare. These implications carry through to medical radiation technology practice. Person-centered care, patterns of practice, education and self-care are only some of the realms impacted by the pandemic. The CAMRT 2021 planning committee has received submissions from members focusing on how COVID has affected the delivery of care in the medical radiation sciences at the local, provincial, pan-Canadian and international levels.
The annual e-Health Conference and Tradeshow is still the number one way to learn, connect and network with the organizations and people working to make a difference in Canadian health through information and technology. Join us for two days of online learning, digital networking, and cyber-celebration – with three weeks of pre-conference events! Still fresh and relevant after 21 years, e-Health continues to thrive and adapt along with the digital health ecosystem and the people who live in it. Let’s gather virtually to share updates and insights on improving the health of Canadians through technology.