DIGITAL HEALTH INSTITUTE SUMMIT OCTOBER 2021
Call for speakers
Will you be a presenter at the Digital Health Institute Summit?
The call for speakers is now open!
The call for speakers is open for the Digital Health Institute Summit. As a presenter, you will be heard by a broad and knowledgeable audience interested in hearing about your research and case studies, innovative ideas and life experiences. Bring us your success stories, your research and case studies! Summit delegates want to learn and network with the best researchers, scientists, educational leaders and experts in their fields.
The Summit is for Australia’s forward-thinkers: make 2021 your goal-setting year and join in our thought-provoking program!
➠ Speaker applications close 7 June
➠ Notify speakers of outcome Week of 12 July
➠ Speaker registration due 23 July
Why you should present
- Show others how your organisation has been successful and what you’ve learnt in applying digital health
- Share how your work is making an impact - from improving day-to-day delivery of patient care, to enhancing population and global health delivery
- Partner with healthcare facilities, clinicians, vendors and others to present a compelling case for the value of ‘on the shop floor’ implementation
- Showcase your idea, your innovation, your concept - get feedback and get the conversation flowing
- Increase your networking opportunities at the event by being a speaker on the Summit stage
- Have your voice heard
Presentations are encouraged from across a range of healthcare settings including public and private hospitals, nursing, primary care, indigenous, aged and community care and multi-cultural services.
Healthier Lives, Digital Enabled: Selected Papers from the Digital Health Institute Summit 2020
IOS Press | Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
A selection of papers from the Digital Health Institute Summit 2020 Healthier Lives, Digitally Enabled are available online now from IOS Press. Themes include digital health in the care of the elderly, mental health, COVID-19, public health, and workforce. Familiar topics, such as wearables, mobile health and remote monitoring, interoperability, and data privacy are also covered, as well as telehealth, automation, bots, and other AI applications. The book will be of interest to all health professionals, especially those working in the fields of digital health informatics and telemedicine.