Workshops added to Successes and Failures in Telehealth conference

A series of optional two-hour workshops has been added to the program for the 2018 International Conference on Successes and Failures in Telehealth (SFT-18), being held this year in Darwin.

Held in conjunction with the 9th annual meeting of the Australasian Telehealth Society and organised by the ASTS and the University of Queensland’s Centre for Online Health, abstract submissions for formal research and clinical case report presentations are now open, with a closing date of Monday, May 14.

The scientific committee says it particularly encourages submissions relating to the clinical use of telehealth across a range of settings including tertiary level centres, small rural hospitals, general practice, residential aged care facilities, in the home and within indigenous communities.

Specific topics of interest include clinical applications of telehealth, telehealth in the Australian context such as MBS-reimbursed video consultations, grand challenges in clinical telehealth, software and systems for telehealth, business models for telehealth and evidence reviews for telehealth.

Expressions of interest are invited from potential workshop presenters, with workshop proposals containing a brief title, presenter details, a brief synopsis and up to three learning objectives.

More information is available at the conference website. It will be held at the Darwin Convention Centre from October 22 to 24.

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Tags: Telehealth, SFT-18

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