Mobilising the Clinician

Mobilising the ClinicianWireless and mobile applications are a fact of life for other industries. So why not healthcare? On 7-8 December 2006, at the Hilton Canary Wharf, London, Mobilising the Clinician brings together world-leading experts eager to share their wealth of experience, knowledge and passion in the mobile health arena.

As you'll discover at Mobilising the Clinician, clinical work practices are changing for the better and clinicians are becoming more mobile. This conference will examine case studies and real-life examples of using wireless technology in healthcare. These include case studies on:

  • Finland's progress towards creating a hospital-wide wireless network
  • Gwent Healthcare NHS Trust and its introduction of mobile PC trolleys to over 60 wards
  • A glimpse of the future: How soon might it become commonplace for routine wireless monitoring of patients with conditions like diabetes?

Delegates will get the opportunity to LEARN about the pilot studies that are spearheading the mHealth revolution; UNDERSTAND how to balance the need for ubiquitous access to patient data with privacy and security issues and DISCUSS with the experts key issues including clinical buy-in, costs, implementation, core applications and the impact of mobile and wireless solutions on healthcare across Europe.

Book now and be sure of powerful best practice strategies, the opportunity to benchmark your own progress and a full understanding of the most viable, cost-effective solutions available.

Plus quote HEU when you register and you will get an exclusive 50% discount off any conference pass!

Please visit www.eyeforhealthcare.com/mobile06 to download the conference brochure and register now.

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