Launch Conference Scottish Centre for Telehealth

Scottish Centre for TelehealthDunblane Hydro Hotel, Dunblane, Scotland 25/26th October 2006

This significant event will:

  • 1 Launch the new Scottish Centre for Telehealth
  • 2 Feature recognised international speakers, who will share their experience of successful approaches to implementing telehealth
  • 3 Showcase existing telehealth projects across Scotland
  • 4 Explore the potential of new telehealth solutions to support the redesign of health services in Scotland
  • 5 Bring together health policy makers, researchers, clinicians, professional organisations, other public sector bodies and suppliers to develop new models of collaboration

As well as plenary sessions, there will be inter-active workshops and an opportunity for delegates to develop and discuss their plans for telehealth in Scotland. An exhibition will display telehealth solutions from leading suppliers to NHS Scotland and internationally.

Companies wishing to sponsor or exhibit should contact Sandra Auld: her email is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and best phone is +44 (0)7789712661.

To book a place, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call +44 (0)131 623 2529

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