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2011 Connected Health and Ambient Assisted Living Symposium: Presentations

Creator:

Casala, BioBusiness, Netwell

Type: Report
Region: Republic of Ireland
Northern Ireland
Description:

2011 Connected Health and Ambient Assisted Living Symposium   Our 2nd Connected Health & Ambient Assisted Living symposium took place on the 15/16th September 2011.The two-day event saw presentations and panel discussions from academia, business and the clinical community from across the Island of Ireland and International markets with common interests in driving change and creating opportunities to benefit people's health, wellbeing and living environments.   There were four main themes debated related to Connected Health (CH) and Ambient Assisted Living (AAL), including:  Session 1:  Global Trends in International Markets Laurie Orlov, Founder - Aging in Place Technology Watch  Slideshow Leif Hanlen, Director Health - National ICT Australia (NICTA) Slideshow Eddie Ritson / Jim O’Donoghue - ECCH / TF3 / S3 Group Slideshow    Session 2: Are our Roadmaps Going in the Right Direction? John Williams, MD - UPMC Slideshow Ann Coyle, Manager - Health Service Executive (HSE) Slideshow Roy Harper, Consultant - Ulster Hospital Slideshow Rodd Bond, Director - Netwell Centre Slideshow   Session 3: Positioning within an Ecosystem Andrew Macfarlane, Centre Manager - CASALA Slideshow Mark Ledwidge - Heartbeat Trust     Slideshow Stephen McComb - PA Consulting Slideshow Conor O'Byrne - Rigney Dolphin Slideshow   Session 4: Made in Ireland - Looking Global Declan Bogan - BioBusiness Slideshow Maurice Mulvenna - University of Ulster     Slideshow John Whelen, Managing Director - Seniors at Home Slideshow          

Date:

24/11/2011

Rights: Public
Suggested citation:

Casala, BioBusiness, Netwell. (2011) 2011 Connected Health and Ambient Assisted Living Symposium: Presentations [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/99726 [Accessed: 19th November 2019].

  

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