Care technologies | How technology can transform care and build industry
Date: Monday 5 March 2018
Time: 5pm – 7pm
Venue: Theatre 1, Flinders University at Tonsley, 1284 South Road, Tonsley, SA
RSVP: By Thursday 1 March 2018
Cost: Free to attend but registration essential.
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The Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) presents the following free networking event:
Care technologies: how technology can transform care and build industry
Technology has the ability to transform the way we deliver, monitor and receive care. The impacts are profound from all perspectives, be it the nurse delivering care, the patient receiving care or the economy and industry supporting these technological developments.
Join MDPP to hear from four renowned speakers who will each talk from a different perspective about how technology can transform care, what technology considerations are relevant for today and the economic benefits for South Australia.
Professor Alison Kitson
Vice-President and Executive Dean, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University.
NDIS Coordinator General, South Australian Department of State Development
Jan Van Emden
Business Manager Research & Development, Helping Hand
Rehabilitation Engineer, Medical Device Research Institute, Flinders University