Visit Dublin for the WebSummit & join us for the mHealth Tour

mHealth Tour

With over 10,000 international tech industry visitors already confirmed to be visiting Dublin on the 4-6 November 2014 for The WebSummit, Europe’s biggest Tech Industry meeting, we thought it would be an unmissable opportunity to provide International visitors that are interested in mHealth the exclusive opportunity to experience some ‘behind the scenes’ access to organisations that are putting mHealth to work with a tour guided mHealth Tour on Monday 3rd November followed by a networking session with local mHealth innovators.

*** Please note the mHealth Tour is an independently organised event that is not linked in any way with The WebSummit ***

We’ll be picking up the costs of the transport and partners are generously providing the site tours so there will be no charge to join the mHealth tour. The goal is to organise something that is small and exclusive so we’ve intentionally limited numbers (the luxury coach we’ve booked has only 23 seats) and we’ll be very selective to ensure we have an interesting mix onboard who will benefit most from the shared experiences.

To ensure no one misses out a lot of the trip will be recorded (with Google Glass) and shared on YouTube and at the end of the tour there will be an open networking meet up where everyone is invited to join us – similar to the networker we hosted before last years eHealth Week in Dublin.

The tour will take in visits to:

> one of Ireland’s top Hospitals to let you experience how leading Consultants are using mHealth tools to advance Patient care.

> a GP Practice to get a feel for how Primary Care Services are provided in Ireland and a taste for the complex challenges that the frontline of the healthcare industry faces.

> a stud farm to let you experience how Veterinarians and Trainers are using mHealth sensor tech and wearables to continue to lead the world in the breeding and training of top flight thoroughbred Race Horses.

> a top class Athlete Development Coach to experience how wearable sensor tech and video analytics are enhancing the quality of team selection and the performance of world class athletes.

Get involved

On the afternoon of Friday 5th September 2014 there will be a meeting in Dublin to finalise details of the tour (refresh this page to view these as they’re confirmed) so please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the following form if you would to take the tour (or get involved in any other way):

Related: An Introduction to mHealth

*** UPDATE 1 Oct 2014: Click here to view our mHealth Guide to WebSummit 2014 ***

*** UPDATE 23 Oct 2014: All places on the mHealth Tour have now been allocated but after the great response we’ve had we’re very likely to run another one soon ***

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  4. Pat connolly says:

    Are you running a similar tour this year at web summit? Is it possible to sign up yet? Do you have details of the tour?

    • Hi Pat,

      Thanks for your interest. Yes we will be doing a tour and in line with the growth of the WebSummit it will be much bigger this year.

      We’re currently awaiting for confirmation of some details from the WebSummit team (some world champion athletes we’re working with are set to visit Ireland and we might also have a booth showcasing mHealth at the event this year).

      Wish I could share more but follow us on Twitter and refresh this 2015 mHealth at WebSummit post for the latest news:

      mHealth Guide to the 2015 WebSummit in Dublin

      Of course if you have ideas for things we could add to the tour or would like to contribute to it please don’t hesitate to let me know how you think we could work together.

      I’ve sent you an email on this as well in case you miss this reply as Irish businesses have got to seize the opportunities this event offers as 2015 may be the last year it’s held in Dublin 😦

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