Cardiff University set to launch mHealth Network initiative

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On the 7th December 2016 Cardiff University is set to launch it’s mHealth Network initiative to facilitate “interoperability across stakeholders and collaborative production of research“.

The launch event hosted by the College of Biomedical and Life Sciences is organised jointly by the School of Medicine, School of Healthcare Sciences, and School of Social Sciences and is a University wide workshop designed to bring together staff with an interest in consumer wearable technologies for the promotion of health and well-being and/or managing diseases. The goal is to identify potential areas of collaborative research that could include development of technology relevant to healthcare.

Speakers will include Dr Chris Jones, Deputy CMO, Welsh Government and Dr Philippa Jones, Cardiff University.

You can register to attend the launch event here on Eventbrite (Free).

Related: Also check out the iDoc Project from the Welsh Deanery – one of the world’s most pioneering mHealth app initiatives by a Medical School.

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