TeleMed & eHealth '06

The Royal Society of Medicine Transforming the patient experience
Monday 20 - Tuesday 21 November 2006

The conference aims to cover the following topics:

  • People's use of e-Health for self care
  • Development and implementation
  • Finding out how it works
  • Telecare and people with long term conditions

Also an evening debate:
"This house believes that eHealth is the single most important tool for transforming the patient experience"

Confirmed keynote speakers include:

  • The Connected Health Initiative: implementing telehealth in a US integrated delivery system - Dr Joseph C. Kvedar, MD, Partners Telemedicine, Vice Chair, Dermatology, Harvard Medical School USA
  • Setting the record straight - Professor Mike Pringle, Clinical Lead, NHS Connecting for Health Programme, UK
  • Information technology: The basis of future healthcare systems - Professor Richard I Kitney, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Imperial College, London, UK
  • 15 years experience with Telemedicine in Norway - Steinar Pederson Director, Norwegian Centre for Telemedicine, Norway (Via video-link)

If you would like further details on the programme, please contact the Conference Administrator, Christine Davenport on email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or tel: +44 (0)20 7290 3935. To register for the meeting, please visit www.rsm.ac.uk/telemed, or contact Christine Davenport, who can post, fax or email you a registration form.

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