TEDMED Live comes to Melbourne

The University of Melbourne in association with the StartUpHealthTech community is hosting a stream of TEDMED Live from San Francisco and Washington DC this weekend.

TEDMED is the health and medicine arm of the Technology Entertainment Design (TED) series of conferences and is being held in the two US cities over the next few days.

TEDMED Live, which provides streaming video access to medical schools, teaching hospitals, selected non-profit organisations and government agencies free of charge, will broadcast the unified stage program to the University of Melbourne/StartUpHealthTech event this Sunday.

The Australian event will also feature leading researchers, academics and entrepreneurs in a series of interactive panel discussions.

StartUpHealthTech is 750-strong community of local health and technology researchers and entrepreneurs.

The event is being held at the Sidney Myer Asia Centre in Parkville on Sunday, September 14 from 10am to 3pm. Tickets are available online.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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