Join us next week in London for the Pharmaceutical m-Health Conference

Next week (10th and 11th October 2011) at the Grange Hotel in London, UK, together with Prof Robert Istepanian I’ll be chairing the “Pharmaceutical m-Health” Conference.

Keynote presenters will include:

David Doherty, 3G Doctor
Gary Monk, Across Group
Krishnan Ganapathy, Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation
Daniel Morrisson-Gardiner, BlackBerry
Paul Jones, Cisco
Carwyn Jones, Doctors.net.uk
Peteris Zilgalvis, European Commission
Joelle Sissmann, Hopital Corentin Celton
Gary Mooney, iSOFT Plc
Rob Istepanian, Kingston University
Reem Kayyali, Kingston University
Shereen Nabhani-Gebara, Kingston University
Nada Philip, Kingston University
Dr Henrik Anderson, MedHand International AB
David Saint Denis, Merck Serono
Paul Berney, Mobile Marketing Association
Adesina Iluyemi, MoDise
Stefan Prebil, mPedigree
Bright Simons, mPedigree
Richard Moore, NHS Choices
Nikolas Karkanias, Novartis
Ken Grady, Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics
Mohammad Al-Ubaydli, Patients Know Best
Martina Flammer, Pfizer
Johannes Waltz, Pfizer
Frank Wartena, Phillips Research
Iain Cranston, Queen Alexandra Hospital
Tim Benjamin, TreatmentTrials.com
Luke Raskino, Unilever

Here’s the draft of my presentation on “How mHealth is transforming the patient experience & the Pharma industry opportunity”:

There are still some remaining delegate tickets for this CPD certified conference and I have a guest discount offer for readers of this blog (please just ask in the comment box below) so it’s not too late to join us…

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