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.Med Conference Dublin

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Medicine, as we know it, is undergoing a radical transformation. New innovations in technologies such as computing, design, biosensors and social media will fundamentally revolutionise the way in which we learn and practice medicine.

Chaired by Dr. Ronan Kavanagh,the .Med Conference brought together some of the top thinkers and innovators in medicine to speak about how we can harness new technologies to improve the quality of medical care.

Grainne Lynch, Health Events, Brian McGowan, author and speaker, Marie Ennis O’Connor, Health 2 Dublin
Engaging patients with video technology – John Brownlee, Clear.MD
Professr Declan Lyons speaking on Deploying Mobiles Apps for Health & Wellbeing
Liam Ryan of GetHealth
Dr Ronan Kavanagh sharing his favourite medical blogs

Among the many compelling talks, Dr Peter Lovatt, (@dancedrdance) literally had the audience dancing during his fascinating talk on the psychology of dancing, and its effects on the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.

Dr Peter Lovatt, Dance Psychology Lab, Herts University
It was a highly energetic and informative meeting, and to catch a flavour of what it was all about, check out this storify.

 

3 thoughts on “.Med Conference Dublin

  1. It was a pleasure to spend a day in the company of such dynamic and motivating people from all walks of healthcare and innovation at .med Conference. So reassuring to see that the core of all the technological advances was the patient’s wellbeing. So for the medical ‘technophobes’ like myself, technology is not taking over medicine and healthcare – it is enhancing it. Looking forward to the next chapter Ronan.

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