See the agenda here
eHealth Ireland will be taking over the Science Gallery in Trinity College Dublin for a special two day exhibition on November 22nd and 23rd. The objective of the day is to highlight some of the existing eHealth projects in Ireland and showcase the technologies that will revolutionise Irish healthcare. The event will have four different areas:
We are in the process of securing speakers from Ireland and abroad to present over the two days across the three different three streams of clinical, research and digital.
We have been engaging with suppliers such as Microsoft, Samsung and more who want to demonstrate the future of health by exhibition the art of the possible through technologies like augmented reality and virtual reality.
Over the two day exhibition different projects and technologies will be showcased that are currently building a better health service. These projects will provide healthcare professionals and the public an opportunity to interact, see and feel how the technologies work and how they are improving their healthcare journey.
There will be a start-up area where Irish technology companies can showcase their home grown businesses. These businesses are working on innovative products and services that are designed to change the face of healthcare as we know it.
Besides main events we are organising a lot of fringe events for children of all ages, stat-ups and healthcare professionals:
eHealth Natives - Minecraft
We are organizing a competition for children in primary schools to enter into a “mindrising” type event around what the children see as the future of health. This competition will culminate in a winner at the Innovation Showcase. We are encouraging schools to have field trips with their children to the Innovation Showcase over the two days.
A Pint of Digital Health
Event organized to connect Irish healthcare startups with clinicians and larger businesses to find out how they can collaborate together. Main objective is to boost innovation and technology development in healthcare sector.
Complete agenda and the speakers will be announced soon, for additional information, please visit www.eh2030.com.
Ensuring a sustainable legacy is key to the success of the projects. With this in mind, eHealth Ireland is working with Temple Street Children’s Hospital to facilitate the continued hosting of the innovation showcase beyond the exhibition, ensuring that the projects are developed and further innovation encouraged into the future. To ensure nationwide participation and engagement, elements of the exhibition will be rotating around other venues in Ireland including other Irish Hospital groups.