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eHealth@Sydney is back for its second year! This event will showcase exciting and innovative research on health and digital technologies.

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Registration opens Monday 18th November, 2019.

eHealth@Sydney is back for 2020! This event will showcase more of the exciting and innovative research on the inter-relationship between health and digital technologies at the University of Sydney and beyond. The conference will feature keynote speaker Dr Charles Friedman with the keynote address: Envisioning a National Learning Health System. Charles Friedman is the Josiah Macy Jr. Professor and Chair of the Department of Learning Health Sciences at the University of Michigan Medical School.

We will also be joined by a number of thought leaders, throughout the day. And are pleased to share that plenary speakers include: Professor Wendy Chapman, Associate Dean for Digital Health and Informatics, University of Melbourne; Professor Enrico Coeira, Director of the Centre for Health Informatics, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University; and David Bunker, Executive Director, Queensland Genomics.

There will also be abstract sessions, across a number of streams, which showcase emerging researchers and current innovators. Streams include: social media and disruptive technology, data-driven healthcare transformation, health communication through technology, telehealth and more!

The day will also feature an ePoster display with exciting projects and research from The University of Sydney, Local Health Districts and beyond.

Find the program overview at: https://dhin.net.au/ehealthsydney-2020/

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John Hopkins Drive

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Camperdown, NSW 2006

Australia

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