[cs-talks] Thursday Event-REMINDER: January 19, 2017 ME-Health

Barnes, Kaitlin S ksbarnes at bu.edu
Tue Jan 17 12:09:20 EST 2017


There’s still time to register for this Thursday’s electronic health conference, Bridging Clinical and Engineering Expertise in Electronic Health: A Focus on Health Behavior Change and Cancer. The half-day conference will take place Thursday, Jan 19, 8am-11:40am at the Photonics Center, and focus on the development, understanding, and application of e-health and m-health within the fields of public health and cancer care; details are included below and on the attached flyer.

CS alumna Rebecca Norlander is one of the featured speakers at the event, and Hariri Institute Director of Research Development, Andrei Lapets is a member of the conference’s organizing committee.
Conference website: http://www.bu.edu/cftcc/training-events-resources/events/2017-2/clinical-and-engineering-e-health/


Bridging Clinical and Engineering Expertise in Electronic Health: A Focus on Health Behavior Change and Cancer

January 19th, 2017
8:00 – 11:40 AM
Boston University Photonics Center
8 St Mary's Street, Room 906
Boston, MA 02215
Registration and More Information<http://www.bu.edu/cftcc/training-events-resources/events/2017-2/clinical-and-engineering-e-health/>
CME Credits Available

The Center for Future Technologies in Cancer Care (CFTCC) and Boston University's Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Office (BU IBRO) are co-hosting Bridging Clinical and Engineering Expertise in Electronic Health: A focus on health behavior change and cancer.
The half-day conference will focus on the development, understanding, and application of e-health and m-health within the fields of public health and cancer care. The featured speakers will discuss their experience with electronic health in these fields. Attendees will be provided with a general understanding of emerging directions focused on areas for collaboration across these fields.
The event will offer CME credits and will be livestreamed. Individuals must attend in person to receive CME credit.

Seminar Speakers
Rebecca Norlander
Co-Founder & CEO, Health 123

Thomas K. Houston, MD
Professor, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Yannis Paschalidis, PhD
Director, Boston University Center for Information and Systems Engineering

Davidson Hamer, MD
Professor, Boston University School of Public Health and School of Medicine
Lunch and open discussions to follow

Organizing Committee:
Catherine Klapperich PhD, Director, Center for Future Technologies in Cancer Care
Katya Ravid PhD, Director, BU Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Office
Andrei Lapets PhD, Director, Research Development, Hariri Institute for Computing
Belinda Borrelli PhD, Professor and Director, BU GSDM Behavioral Science Research
Lisa Quintiliani, PhD, Assistant Professor, BU General Internal Medicine

Boston University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
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