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ePractice workshop: High Impact services - September 10th, Brussels
Deploying large scale services to millions of users is one of the key challenges
ePractice professionals face. In the workshop you will have the opportunity to
meet other high level practitioners from the eGovernment, eHealth and eInclusion
domains and share experiences based on together examining real cases.
Three recognized best practices
will be presented by their authors in order to identify the key problems
and invite you to elaborate possible solutions.
- A virtual guide to Austrian Authorities - Roland Edinger (Austria)
- Criteria for trustworthy health information websites - Celia Boyer (Switzerland)
- Reducing distances between citizens & political institutions - Rolf Luehrs (Germany)
Paul Timmers, Head of the eInclusion Unit in DG Information Society and Media,
will deliver the keynote speech. The ePractice team will moderate the discussions
with Magdalena Rosenmoller (Lecturer at IESE Business School),
François Heidenryckx (Professor at Université Libre de Bruxelles),
Joe Cullen (eInclusion Consultant) and Baudoin de Sonis (Managing Director eForum).
For online trustworthy medical information - September 18th, Geneva
Round Table organized by the Institut University of Studies of Development (IUED) and HON on Tuesday September 18 in Geneva.
This round table is organized in order to present the results of the one year research project "Obtaining Reliable Medical Information Online: A Study Focusing on Francophone Africa" focuses on the stakes related to the globalisation of information of health and in particular the structural components of confidence in this information and the identification of competences necessary to the development of the télémédecine in developing countries. It was focused on the content intended for health professionals in French-speaking Africa, in particular in Mali.
Carried out jointly with the University of Geneva, the World Health Organization , the Foundation Health on the Net, the Institute of the social sciences of Mali, it was financed by the international university Network of Geneva (RUIG).
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