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The first European Telemedicine Conference was a resounding success and exceeded all expectations.

The first European Telemedicine Conference in Scotland brought together over 430 delegates including many UK government VIPs and a high number of telehealth leaders from across the world.

We are looking forward to seeing you again next year for the European Telemedicine Conference 2014 in Rome, Italy. More details will be announced soon.

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The event was opened by Alex Neil, Cabinet Secretary for Health & Wellbeing, Scottish Government, Scotland. He was joined in the welcoming address by Professor George Crooks, Medical Director for NHS 24 and Director for the Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare and Martin Seychell, Deputy Director General, DG SANCO at the European Commission.

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A Conference Featuring World Leaders in the Field of Telemedicine


Prof. George Crooks
Medical Director NHS 24

Dr. Malcolm Fisk
Co Director of the Age Research
Centre, Health Design and
Technology Institute, Coventry
University, UK
Libby Morris
National Clinical Lead
eHealth, Scottish
Government, Scotland
Dr. Andrew R. Watson
Vice President, International and
Commercial Services Division,
Executive Director, Telemedicine,
Ana Carriazo
MD PhD specialist in Preventive Medicine and Public Health.


About the Conference Themes


  • Supporting Children and Young People Through Technology
  • State of Telemedicine Across Europe, the Momentum Project
  • Telemedicine and End of Life Care: Are We Improving Quality of Life in the Most Critical and Expensive Chapter of Health Care?
  • Promoting Wellness and Health in Mid-Life
  • Evidence, Documentation and Evaluation via the Renewing Health Project
  • Telepsychiatry
  • Active and Healthy Ageing: Effective Chronic Disease Management
  • Transforming Research into Telemedicine Practice
  • Care Coordination and Chronic Disease Management: After decades of Pilot Studies and Evidence,
    How do We Make Chronic Disease Management with Technology the New Norm?
  • Mobile Solutions for Health
  • Paving the Way for Telemedicine: Transforming Systems/Cultures Through its People
  • Telemedicine in Inpatient Settings: What is the Role for Telemedicine?


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