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IRHC Conference, Aberdeen

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19 Jul 2013


The Institute of Remote Health Care (IRHC) will be holding their annual conference at the Suttie Centre for Teaching & Learning in Healthcare, University of Aberdeen from 11-12 September 2013.


Entitled 'Redesigning Remote Healthcare Delivery and Clinical Support: An International Perspective', this year's annual conference will focus on the practical aspects of redesigning remote healthcare delivery and clinical support from an international perspective. As such, the conference presents an invaluable opportunity to engage in a wider and topical debate about how best to address the contemporary challenges facing remote healthcare practitioners and service providers.


It will showcase these challenges using clinical case studies and interactive workshops along with presentations from experts in the field of remote healthcare delivery and clinical support thereby ensuring the applied relevance to a diverse range of key stakeholders including: Occupational Health and Safety Professionals; Remote Healthcare Practitioners and Providers, and Emergency Planners and Responders.


This international conference has attracted influential speakers from a variety of organisations including the: Scottish Centre for Telehealth & Telecare; Radio Medico [Norwegian Centre for Maritime Medicine]; XstremeMD [USA]; UK Maritime & Coastguard Agency; March on Stress, Centre for Global Health [Trinity College, Dublin]; gs partnership ltd, Ministry of Health [Government of Greenland], and NHS Scotland. Topics covered are dedicated to addressing key challenges associated with redesigning effective models of clinical support and identifying key drivers for effecting change in delivering healthcare in rural, remote and extreme remote environments.


For further information, or to book a place at this Conference, please visit the IRHC website.


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