Med-e-Tel 2017 Call for Abstracts

Med-e-Tel 20175 - 7 April 2017, Luxembourg.
Join your colleagues from around the world to hear about and to see current telemedicine, telehealth and m/eHealth developments and to discuss collaboration opportunities at the 2017 edition of the Med-e-Tel conference, one of the annual events of the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth.

Present your own research or experience with telemedicine, telehealth and m/eHealth services and applications! Submit your abstract via the Med-e-Tel website at www.medetel.eu/index.php?rub=educational_program&page=abstract_submission.

In a first stage, submission only takes a few minutes, you just need a short abstract (2200 characters max.). Once your abstract is accepted, you will be provided with information about paper submission and the submission of the actual presentation.

Deadline for abstract submission is December 4, 2016.

Some of the highlights of the Med-e-Tel 2017 conference program will include:

  • Quality Assessment of mHealth Apps
  • mHealth Apps Competition
  • Benchmarking the Quality of Telehealth Services
  • Teleconsultation and Virtual Visits
  • Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Decision Support
  • Multidisciplinary Team Coordination in Oncology
  • Pharmacy and m/eHealth
  • Women and eHealth
  • Telecardiology

Submissions on additional relevant topics are welcome too.

For further information, please visit:
https://www.medetel.eu/?rub=educational_program&page=call_for_abstracts

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