03 - Appels à contributions au nom du Réseau CATEL

 

2 Appels à contributions au nom du Réseau CATEL

 

 

Deux partenaires du CATEL lancent un appel à contributions pour les évènements suivants :

 

 - pour la conférence eGeH'07de l'International Institute of TeleMedicine (Milan-Italie, les 9-10 mai 2007)

 

Sujets concernés :

 

  • ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • MEDICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS AND PROTOCOLS
  • ELEMEDICINE (RADIOLOGY, CARDIOLOGY, OFTALMOLOGY) 
  • DIGITAL SIGNATURE / ELECTRONIC IDENTITY CARDS
  • TELE HOMECARE / P-HEALTH, BIOMEDICAL DEVICES
  • BIOMETRICS, CRIPTOGRAPHY AND SECURITY
  • INTERNET IN HEALTHCARE
  • SMART CARDS IN P.A. AND HEALTH SERVICES
  • GRID TECHNOLOGY IN BIOMEDICINE

 

 

- et pour le second workshop du projet Européen HEALTHWARE (Tromso-Norvège, le 12 juin 2007)

 

 

A recent study on the economic impact of eHealth, commissioned by the European Union, found, perhaps surprisingly, that it is the health practitioner, and not the patient, who appears to benefit most from 10 proven eHealth applications. The study showed that 60% of the benefits from eHealth (including Telemedicines) applications concern healthcare providers, 35% are for patients and 5% for other stakeholders (www.ehealth-impact.org/). The question then arises: Why aren’t healthcare practitioners ambassadors of eHealth? The objective of this symposium is to answer this question by inviting health professionals to express their opinions and experiences.

 

Topics for abstract submission

1. Opinions & reactions of health professionals towards the “wish list” of the EHTEL patient, citizen and consumer representatives on (If not enclosed with this call for abstract, the wish lists are available at http://healthware.alcasat.net/publications/publications.html)

  • Care in the home
  • Patient Safety
  • Electronic Health Records

2. Requirements of health professionals for telemedicine applications :

  • tele-consultation, second opinion and tele-education,
  • home care and tele-monitoring

3. Experience of health professionals with patients (relationship, attitudes etc) when using Telemedicine

 

 

 Si vous souhaitez répondre à ces appels sous l'égide du CATEL, contactez-nous !





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