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WeObservatory joins Med-E-Tel to empower with education

We will be returning to Med-e-Tel on the 22-24th of April for another year of breakthrough information around telemedicine and eHealth!

For those of you who haven’t heard of Med-e-Tel before, it’s an annual event brought to you by the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH). This event is critical to fulfil ISfTeH’s mission as it works to share Telemedicine and eHealth knowledge globally.

This year, the WeObservatory will be presenting a special session around “Empowering Women in eHealth and Telemedicine through Education”. The WeObservatory, launched in partnership by Connecting Nurses and the Millennia2025 Foundation, is a digital inclusion platform dedicated to global health challenges.

There are some exciting topics to be discussed during the session. Veronique Thouvenot, from the Millennia2025 Foundation, and Lilia Perez-Chavolla, an ICT Applications Consultant, will share more about WeObservatory’s new Intelligence (Massive Open Online Courses) MOOCs. These MOOCs are focused on global health, women health, and Information Communication Technologies (ICTs). They are open to everyone and the knowledge shared can empowering all, especially women, through Education on eHealth and Telemedicine.

There will be others speaking about the following topics:

  • Mentoring Young Scientists and Engineers in Interdisciplinary Domains
  • Big Data Analysis Applied to a Preliminary Study of Domestic Violence
  • eHealth, Women’s Health and the Legal Framework For A Successful Clinical Program: A View from Across the Atlantic (US)
  • Improved Midwifery Education with Digital Competences for Mexican and Latin American Indigenous
  • Where There Is No Hospital: Mobile Sonography Devices To Reduce Maternal and Foetal Mortality and Morbidity
  • Sexual Abuse in Adolescents in Owerri: The Family Characteristics and the Long Term Implications

If you cannot join us in person on the 23rd of April (11:00 - 13:00) then visit our Twitter account and the WeObservatory blog  for updates from the event.

Projects

  • Project: Care Challenge
  • Project: Weobservatory
 

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