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In this project, supported by the Geneva International Academic Network (GIAN), complementary initiatives are being undertaken in order to draft recommendations for the compilation and evaluation of on-line medical data that take into account socio-cultural and economic factors. These recommendations will then be presented at a consensus conference to be held in May 2007.
HON in Barcelona, the 26-28 March 2007
World Health Care Congress Europe 2007
March 26th at 15h30: "eHealth and Patient Empowerment"
This year HON is actively participating in this conference in organising and chairing the executive seminar "eHealth and Patient Empowerment" with the participation of David Garwood (Secretary, Patients' and Citizens Task Force, EHTEL United Kingdom), Dr Petra Wilson (Director, Public Sector Healthcare Europe, Cisco Systems) and Alberto Sanna, PhD (Director, e-Services for Life & Health, University H San Raffaele).
Come to join us and already book this date in your agenda.
For HONcode members from Hospital/Government/NGO/Academic organisation special pre-registration rate until the 28th of February 2007: 715.50 euros
Mention that you are coming from the HON Foundation.
January 11th and 12th 2007, Bamako, Mali.
The "12ième journées Francophone d’Informatique Médicale" (French Medical Informatics days) under the flags of training, research partnership, telemedecine and health systems, had provided an opportunity for all participants to present and explore innovative partnerships and programmes facilitating access to health.
HON participated actively in the conference presenting applied research on quality : " Utilisation de méthodes d'apprentissage pour la détection des critères de qualité des documents en ligne du web médical " (Learning method for the automatic detection of quality criteria of medical web documents).
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