9th Annual Australian e-Health Research Centre Colloquium – 2013

I was invited to outline some of the bronchoscopy applications we have been developing at the 2013 AEHRC colloquium.

 

The event (program) was attended by around 275 people and slides on the talk can be found here

Speakers on the day were:

    • Prof Bruce Barraclough AO, Chair, The Australian e-Health Research Centre
    • Mr Ray Brown, Chief Information Officer, Queensland Health – The Future of e-Health in Queensland
    • Dr Jennifer Zelmer, Senior Vice President, Clinical Adoption and Innovation,
    • Canada Health Infoway – Canada’s Health Infoway Journey
    • Prof Yogesan Kanagasingam, The Australian e-Health Research Centre – CSIRO Tele-health projects
    • Dr Anthony Smith, Deputy Director and Associate Professor, Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland – Delivering Specialist Healthcare to Remote Communities: Telehealth Developments in Queensland
    • Dr Mohanraj Karunanithi, Research Scientist, The Australian e-Health Research Centre -The Results are in: Mobile Phone-based Programs Work
    • A/Prof Stephen Winn, Academic Director, Faculty of The Professions, University of New England - Smarter Safer Homes
    • Mr Alan Hamilton, Statewide Telehealth Service, WA Country Health Service – Tele-health in Western Australia
    • Prof Roslyn Boyd, Scientific Director, UQ Qld Cerebral Palsy Research Centre and A/Prof Stephen Rose, Research Scientist, The Australian e-Health Research Centre – Tele-rehabilitation for Cerebral Palsy
    • Prof Helen Chenery, Director Asia-Pacific Centre for Neuromodulation, UQCCR, The University of Queensland – The Smartphone as a Remote Monitoring Device in Parkinson’s disease
    • Dr Cédric Dumas, Research Scientist, The Australian e-Health Research Centre and Dr Timothy Coles, Post Doctoral Fellow, The Australian e-Health Research Centre – Simulation-based Bronchoscopy Training
    • Shoni Colquist, Health Research Fellow, Queensland Cancer Control Analysis Team, Queensland Health – The Experience of Intensive Care Clinicians using Telehealth
    • Donna Truran, Clinical Terminologist, The Australian e-Health Research Centre - Preparing for SNOMED Implementation – A Case Study
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