Digital Health and Care Fest 2019
November 20 - November 21
Poster Abstracts are being invited for Scotland’s largest Digital Health and Social Care Conference taking place on 20 and 21 November 2019 at the University of Strathclyde, Technology and Innovation Centre in Glasgow.
Have you been working on an innovative digitally enabled service development or research project that you are ready to share?
It couldn’t be easier to submit an abstract.
To find out more and to submit go to: https://book.shsc.scot/dhcc2019 and click on Abstract Criteria.
The two-day conference is a key part of Digital Health and Care Fest 2019, formerly known as Digital Health and Care Week, and explores the latest developments, issues and achievements in the health and care sector. The event has increased its attendance year after year as interest in digital and the opportunities and impact of technology have become increasingly apparent.
Submissions of abstracts are invited from: staff or students based in Scotland, the UK and Internationally, who are working in health, local authority, care, voluntary sector, housing, or academic settings.
Abstract submission must be received by noon on 27 September 2019
Poster Review Panel
- Dr Katie MacLure, Senior Research Fellow & Lecturer, School of Pharmacy & Life Sciences Robert Gordon University, British Computer Society Health & Social Care Scotland Committee
- Dr Sanna Rimpiläinen, Research and Skills Manager, Digital Health and Care Institute
- Dr Margaret Whoriskey, Head of TEC And Digital Healthcare Innovation, Scottish Government
- Keith Wilcock, Digital Health and Care, Scottish Government
- Michelle Brogan, Development Manager – North of Scotland Lead, Digital Health and Care Institute
Please note that when you submit your abstract you give permission for:
your abstract to be shared with the conference organising committee and the Poster Review Panel.
Abstracts should include the following details: Authors names and affiliations and presenter contact details
- Word limit – 300 words
A maximum of 16 posters will be accepted. The Poster Review Panel has determined that successful posters should represent a mix of digital health and care services and digital health and care research projects.