10:00 - 13:30    May 19th, 2017    William Jefferson Clinton Auditorium, UCD 

Mark it in your diaries now, ARCH is hosting an Open Day on Friday 19th May!

We’re delighted to announce further details about the ‘ARCH Open Day: Connected Health – Collaborating for Success’ on Friday 19th May in the William Jefferson Clinton Auditorium in UCD.

Anyone with an interest in the Connected Health space – whether you’re working in industry or academia, are a healthcare professional, policy maker or patient representative – is encouraged to attend this exciting showcase and networking event, which will take place in the William Jefferson Clinton Auditorium in UCD.

ARCH Open Day

Members of the multidisciplinary research team at ARCH will exhibit poster presentations and case studies demonstrating their broad depth of expertise and experience of collaborating with industry in Ireland and abroad. ARCH Industry Members will also be exhibiting and showcasing their company offerings.

There will be ample networking opportunities to discuss new developments in the field and upcoming opportunities for collaboration with the ARCH research team and the ARCH Industry Member network.

Anyone with an interest in this dynamic and ever-evolving field is welcome to attend – attendance is free but registration is essential.

Agenda and Speaker Bios now available!

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Agenda

10:00: Tea/Coffee Light Refreshments. Poster Presentations, Networking

10:30: Introduction & Welcome – Michael O’Shea, Centre Director, ARCH and Triona McCormack, Director, UCD Research

10:40: The Secret to Creating Engaged Patients – Why Technology is Only Part of the Answer – Jim O’Donoghue, VP, S3 Connected Health

11:00: Implementation of the National eReferral Project within the Irish Health Service Executive – Dr. Maria Quinlan

11:15:  The Digital Health Transformation: Today and Tomorrow – Dr Naomi Fried, CEO, Health Innovation Strategies

11.30: Tea/Coffee. Poster Presentations, Networking

11.50: Academic Perspective – Prof Brian Caulfield, ARCH

12:10: Evaluation of Remote Assessment of Patients Within a Residential Care Home Environment – Brenda Reginatto

12.25: Doctor Engagement in Connected Health – Dr. Robert Kelly, Consultant Cardiologist, Beacon Hospital

12.45: Panel Discussion – Industry’s challenges and opportunities in Connected Health

13.25: Closing remarks, Michael O’Shea (Centre Director, ARCH)

13.30: Lunch, Networking, Posters.

Register for this event here.

Please contact info@arch.ie if you have any queries in relation to this event.