|how Web2.0 technologies will revolutionise public health, epidemiology & epidemic prediction|
|new research challenges, policy drivers and eHealth business models|
|with healthcare corporates & SMEs, clinicians, policymakers and leading researchers.|
|for research from European Commission and Investors|
In its 4th year, the International eHealth Conference 2011 will bring together global healthcare
organisations like WHO and ECDC with innovative eHealth companies, top medical practitioners
and eHealth researchers in a unique, cutting-edge forum. Register here.
- Social Networks for Epidemic Intelligence Web Intelligence,
social networks, techniques for harnessing and mining user-generated
content, outbreak detection and early warning systems, data collection
and analysis for surveillance and epidemiology.
- Web 2.0 in healthcare, well-being and online communities of
practice - community of practice, Web 2.0, user support groups,
blogs, personalisation and profiling, online support for healthy
lifestyle, well-being and public interventions, provision of pertinent
information to patients.
- Healthcare ontologies and knowledge management systems -
annotation, health care ontologies, coding standards, personalisation.
- E-learning, educational tools and games, and the impact of
information delivery to patients and professionals - using digital
libraries in building online communities, moderated discussion groups,
qualitative and quantitative evaluation studies.
- Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks -
performance evaluation methodologies, patient/process flow models,
sensor technologies and RFID tagging, mobile healthcare technologies.
- Privacy, trust and security - electronic patient records, models for
trust and privacy, novel mobile encryption technologies, identity
federation, role based access control, privacy enhancing technologies.