We would like to welcome Gen-i as sponsors of the m-health NZ conference. Gen-i is a leading ICT services provider, successfully integrating IT and telecommunications services to provide converged ICT solutions for clients across New Zealand and Australia. M-health is very appreciative of Gen-i’s interest in mobile health in New Zealand and for its support of our conference. We look forward to hearing more on the 6th November.
If you haven’t registered yet, you can register for the conference here.
If you are interested in speaking, you can still submit a paper until 4th September. Submit your abstract here.
If you would like to become a sponsor of m-Health NZ, you can find out more information here.
A reminder that the Early Bird Registration expires on 31st August
The Abstract Submission deadline has been extended to Friday 4th September, 5.00 pm
The Clinical Trials Research Unit (CTRU) and the National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI) will be hosting a one-day conference on the use of mobile technology to improve health. The conference will be held at the School of Population Health, Tamaki University Campus on November 6th 2009. Organisers, Dr Robyn Whittaker and Dr Chris Paton, are hoping the conference will bring together those working in research, health services and industry, to potentially stimulate new collaborations. Many ground-breaking services and products are being developed here in NZ but there are few opportunities for those working in this area to share their experiences and knowledge.
Visit the website at www.m-healthconference.org.nz for more details and instructions on submitting abstracts or sponsoring the conference.
EpiSurveyor is being used to investigate and contain a polio outbreak in East Africa. Handheld devices or mobile phones are used to log symptoms of patients and the treatment they receive. It’s an open source application funded by the United Nations and teh Vodafone Foundation Technology Partnership. The project is due to be expanded to included another 20 countries in Africa.
Here’s a video of EpiSurveyor running on a phone: