Great interest in the European Telemedicine Conference’ scientific track
The deadline for submitting abstracts to the ETC’ scientific track was last week, and the interest exceeded all over expectations! In total there were submitted over 75 abstracts and this makes for a particular interesting update on the latest trends in the field of telemedicine research around the world.
Eli Kristiansen, project manager for the ETC conference and Hege Andreassen,
head of ETC’ scientific committee, both at the Norwegian Centre for E-health Research
are happy and pleased with the number of submitted abstracts.
From all over the world
The submitted abstracts are from all over the world: Australia, India, Norway, Denmark, Spain, Canada, Sweden, the Netherlands, Italy and Niger with more. – It is interesting to see what is moving in the research on telemedicine, and this makes the job for evaluating the abstracts an interesting and rewardful task, says Hege Andreassen, head of the scientific track committee from Norwegian Centre for E-health research. We thank everybody in the scientific track committee for the job they are doing and are looking forward to presenting an inspiring and informative scientific track in Oslo in November.
Stein Olav Skrøvseth – Norwegian Centre for E-health Research
Uffe Kock Wiil Patient@home – University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark
Andrew Watson – UPMC
Cathrine Pope – University of Southampton
Christian Nøhr – Aalborg University
Gregor Stiglic – University of Maribor
Heidi Gilstad – The Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Jarmo Repponen – University of Oulu
Josep Roca – Hospital Clinic CDR
Kasper Jensen – Norwegian Centre for e-Health Research
Line Melby – SINTEF
Maarit Kangas – University of Oulu
Monika Johansen – Norwegian Centre for e-Health Research
Niilo Saranummi – VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.
Stuart Anderson – University of Edinburgh
Terje Solvoll – Norwegian Centre for E-health Research
Vivian Vimarlund – Lindkoping University