Mobile healthcare and wellbeing seminar, 29.10.2014

15th of October 2014 | News
You are warmly welcome to participate in the Mobile Healthcare and Wellbeing seminar held on October 29, 2014 at University of Oulu.
Bringing together experts from Finland and Russia, we are aiming to discuss current trends and challenges in the mobile healthcare and wellbeing industry in both regions, exchange with experiences and knowledge about what additional value use of mobile technologies can bring to healthcare and wellbeing, as well as converse mobile healthcare and wellbeing business opportunities by involving companies to take part in the panel discussion and share their practices as regards to commercialization of mobile healthcare and wellbeing solutions.
Program
October 29 (Wednesday)
University of Oulu, Pentti Kaiteran katu 1, 90570 Oulu
Seminar: Mobile Healthcare and Wellbeing seminar
Hall: Saalastinsali
Chair: Maritta Perälä-Heape
16:00 Opening speech: OuluHealth ecosystem, Maritta Perälä-Heape, Director, CHT, Finland
16:15 Mobile healthcare and wellbeing development trends in Russia, Oleg Medvedev, Professor, Moscow State University, Russia
16:45 eHealth trends in Scandinavia, Kalevi Virta, International Networks Coordinator, CHT, Finland
17:05 Future Internet Challenge eHealth (FICHe) Accelerator program, Satu Vainämö, Program Coordinator, CIE, Finland
17:15 Panel discussion, Moderator: Maritta Perälä-Heape, Director, CHT
Participants:
  1. Oleg Medvedev, Professor, Moscow State University, Russia
  2. Kalevi Virta, International Networks Coordinator, CHT, Finland
  3. Kari Kivistö, CEO, Spektikor Ltd., Finland
  4. Matti Niemistö, CEO, motiMind Ltd., Finland
  5. Maxim Yackovskiy, FRUCT MD Ltd., Russia
  6. Sergey Balandin, FRUCT Association
18:00 Coffee and Networking
The seminar is free of charge. Registration by 24.10.2014, here:
The seminar is co-located with the 16th FRUCT conference, and the seminar participants are welcome to take part in all events of the 16th FRUCT conference. The program of whole week events here:
This seminar is a part of implementation of cross-border cooperation project co-funded by the European Union, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Finland; project KA432. The seminar has been organized in close cooperation with Centre for Health and Technology (CHT).
For more information: