Call for presentations opens for the 6th annual mHealth Summit

mHealth Summit 2014

On 7-11 December 2014 the mHealth industry will once again gather in Washington DC for the mHealth Summit – the world’s largest and longest running mHealth event (check out the other 50+ events being held in 2014 here) that is presented by HIMSS, in partnership with the National Institutes of Health, the mHealth Alliance and the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health. Today the call for papers opens and it’s your chance to contribute a paper and get a chance to share your insights with the global mHealth community.

The 6th annual mHealth Summit will be our most compelling event to date, with increased focus on actionable, evidence-based research, case studies and the very latest innovations across the spectrum of mHealth and personal connected health. The Summit is designed to provide a forum for an intense exchange of ideas, learning, dialogue and networking to help delegates accelerate advancement of the field when they return to their work environments. This year we anticipate increased participation from international delegates, universities, emergency services and public health officials and economic development councils in addition to our historically broad audience

Richard Scarfo, Director, mHealth Summit and Vice President, Personal Connected Health Alliance.

For more information, guidelines and to submit a presentation click here. The deadline for submissions is 27 June 2014.

The Global mHealth Forum will also meet for the first time at the 2014 mHealth Summit. This two-day meeting is designed to serve the needs of mHealth implementers working in low and middle income countries and it will take place on the 10-11 December and is organised in partnership with the mHealth Working Group and USAID.

The call for submissions for the Global mHealth Forum is also now open. For more information, guidelines and to submit a presentation click here.

Keep up to date with news on the mHealth Summit by following @mhealthsummit and join the global conversation using the #mHealth14 hashtag.

Related: Check out my as-it-happened thoughts from the 2013 mHealth Summit

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