On Monday 28th April 2014 I’ll be giving a lecture on mHealth and our experiences providing documented mobile video consultations at Edinburgh Medical School. The session is going to be video recorded and we’re going to be providing the first ever public demonstration of 3G Doctor with Google Glass which will be interesting.
After the talk the audience will also get the chance to check out a range of mHealth tech including the following:
> An tablet loaded with clinical and educational tools (as used by Medical School Students at the top US Medical School)
> 3G Doctor app
> Telcare’s Mobile embedded Glucometer and the Diabetes Pal app
> Alivecor’s FDA cleared and CE marked ECG smartphone case
> Google Glass
> S Health on the new Samsung Galaxy S5 and Gear 2 Smartwatch
> Mobile Connected Care Monitor
> Mobile Connected smoke alarm
> Mobile Sleep Lab
> Bluetooth low energy medication adherence tag/app
The talk will discuss how the 2,000 year old model of healthcare is broken forever before going on to discuss how mHealth provides the basis for a new model. I will also pay my respects to the incredible Dr Joseph Bell, former tutor at Edinburgh Medical School and inspiration of Arthur Conan Doyle, by giving the talk a Sherlock Holmes theme… …so you’ve been warned!
Full details are yet to be confirmed but space is limited and there are a few places available to attend along with the students (who have already been sent an email from their tutors). I’m particularly interested in having Medics and Patients join so if you can make it on Monday between 13:00-14:00pm and would like to join the seminar please comment below with your email and mobile number. Your details won’t be published and I’ll be in touch with you as soon as I can to confirm your ticket/timings etc.
*** UPDATE 24th April 2014 ***
*** UPDATE 28th April 2014 ***
The Video Recording of today’s talk will be available soon. In the meantime here’s the Slidedeck used in today’s talk: