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Annual Healthcare Lecture 2019
You will once again be able to hear from our incredible IET Healthcare Technologies Student and Early Career Award winners.
Alongside our special Keynote speaker and previous award winner in the category of J.A. Lodge, Professor Ian Craddock!
15 October at Savoy Place
This FREE seminar aims to address these issues by discussing the applications,
opportunities and challenges of Internet of Things in healthcare.
20 November at Sensor City Liverpool
THINK BIG Future Health & Life Science Unconference
An international forum that supports and energises the movement for healthcare improvement and defines the future of the sector collaboratively; bringing engineers together with clinicians, senior/middle managers, healthcare industry professionals, patients and non-industry stakeholders, promoting greater multi-disciplinary and cross-disciplinary engagement through a full-day programme of “organised serendipity”.
Read the latest open access issue of Healthcare Technology Letters
All articles are free to read and download!
Visit the IET Digital Library to view the latest in biomedical research and the Healthcare Technology Letters
Interested in submitting? There is 50% off Open Access APCs until the end of 2019! Further Details here.
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