Sunday, 19 August 2018
Experts from ten countries will discuss the future of remote healthcare in Tomsk
Registration of participants of the II International Scientific and Practical Conference "MODERN SOLUTIONS FOR REMOTE HEALTHCARE", which will be held in Tomsk on September 12-14, will end on September 3.

The conference, organized by the association "Institute of Remote HealthCare", will become an international discussion platform. Five panel sessions will cover the main aspects of remote healthcare: the organization of the medical service, emergency response schemes and the use of air ambulance, medical staff training, occupational safety and occupational risk assessment, industrial telemedicine. More than 30 experts from Russia, USA, UK, Germany, United Arab Emirates, Croatia, Israel, Italy, Finland, Kazakhstan have confirmed their participation as speakers.

"Our global goal is to develop industrial medicine in Russia, introduce advanced international experience, implement large international research projects. Due to this fact, we tried to make the conference program as informative as possible for the widest range of specialists. One of the important features of this forum will be the possibility of online participation, so that specialists who cannot attend our conference can get a complete picture of the reports and join the discussion, "said the director of the Association of Remote Healthcare Institute Andrey Karpov.

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The first international conference "Innovative trends and development prospects in the field of industrial medicine and health protection" was held in Tomsk on September 22-23, 2016. More than a hundred international experts took part in the business program. Following the conference, three international cooperation agreements were concluded, the Institute of Remote Health was opened (as a strategic partner of the Institute of Remote Healthcare (Scotland)), which is the organizer of the current conference "Remote Healthcare – A Modern Solution to the Problem" in 2018.