Digital Health Section


Digital Health 2018/2019 dates for your diary


03-Dec-18 Digital mental health in child and adolescents - book now

26-Feb-19 Recent developments in digital health 2019 - book now

18-Apr-19 Medical apps: Mainstreaming innovation

10-Jun-19 Promoting digital health wellbeing in communities

23-Sep-19 Digital mental heath in adults


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About this Section


To provide a forum to discuss the role of digital technology in health and social care settings.

To facilitate education, integration and progress in the field of telemedicine and e-health: and to provide an insight into, and promote, recent advances in this area as a cross-cutting discipline. 

Section members:

Anyone with an interest in using digital health technologies to improve the delivery of health and social care.

Section council:

Section meetings and conferences are organised by the council, which also provides a great platform for exchanges of ideas and links with other organisations involved with health-related digital technology developments. Nominations for council membership of those with extensive knowledge and experience are always most welcome.

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