Sports and Exercise Medicine

Smartphones vs Stethoscopes: Innovations in Healthcare

By November 17, 2014 No Comments

Smartphones vs Stethoscopes: Innovations in Healthcare

When: Monday 24th November 18:30

Where: The ISEH, 170 Tottenham court road

We are pleased to announce our first event of term – Smartphones not Stethoscopes: Innovations in Healthcare

A TED-style evening at the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health (ISEH), near UCL.
Hear medical entrepreneurs speak about wearable technology, exercise medicine and innovations in healthcare.

Tickets are limited and selling fast, get yours here
(you will receive a full refund when you attend)

Find out about the future, play with the technology and network around the room.

Technology, especially in medicine, is moving forward at lightning speed. In fact things are moving so fast now that unless you’re aware of what’s around the corner, you’ll likely be left behind as we go past it. UCL Medical Society’s Enterprise & Innovation section is joining forces with the Sports & Exercise section to bring you an evening of talks and discussions about the future of healthcare. Where will innovation have the biggest impact? Do entrepreneurs provide the solution to waiting lists and budget restraints? Will the role of a healthcare professional change over the next decade?

Please come and join us at the Institute of Sport & Exercise Health, have some wine & nibbles and listen to three speakers who are at the sharp end of medical developments. After the talks there will be an open forum with all our guests where the audience can ask questions and join in the discussion.

This mini-conference has been developed with junior doctors, medical students and aspiring entrepreneurs in mind.

Speakers:

Dr Jack Kreindler.
Jack is a medical technology entrepreneur in the areas of wireless bio-sensors and artificial intelligence. Jack lectures internationally on health risk management, performance optimisation and the future of medicine.
@drjackUK
www.chhp.com

Samiya Parvez
Samiya used to be a full-time carer of her disabled child. After his death she tried to change careers but the University route didn’t work out. Then she cofounded Andiamo, a social venture creating a new user-centred children’s orthotics services

Professor Tony Young
Clinical Director of Innovation for NHS England, Tony is a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of the ‘MedTech’ campus in the north of england. He has strong, passionate views on innovations in the healthcare space and is interested in wearables and digital health and is inspiring the next generation of doctors to innovate in their careers.