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18 June 2019
Organised by Health First Europe and My City Lab
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Workshop: EHMA conference 2019, Espoo

 “Profiling the health worker of the future: digital skills, innovation and collaboration to meet the new demands of care”

Tuesday, 18 June 2019, 09.30 – 11.00
Espoo, Finland

HFE and My City Lab are co-organizing a workshop at the EHMA 2019 Annual Conference entitled “Profiling the health worker of the future: digital skills, innovation and collaboration to meet the new demands of care”. It will take place on Tuesday, June 18th from 09:30-11:00 in Espoo, Finland. Where we will and will discuss “How can the healthcare workforce be better prepared for the challenges of Health 2.0?” and much more.

The event will bring together academics, healthcare professionals, hospitals and policy makers for excellent learning and networking opportunities with high-level guests, including Ministries of Health, EU Institutions, the WHO and the Observatory on Health Systems and governments. More details can be found on the website www.ehma2019.org.

Please find below the list of speakers and moderator:

Keynote contributors

FEDERICO LEGA, EHMA President
MELINA RASO, Health First Europe
LOUKIANOS GATZOULIS, DG SANTE, European Commission
WALTER SERMEUS, Full Professor Leuven Institute for Healthcare Policy
ANU SÖDERSTRÖM, Council of Occupational Therapists for the European Countries – COTEC
BERT VAN CAELENBERG, European Federation of Employees in Public Services – EUROFEDOP
TANJA VALENTIN, MedTech Europe
MARTA SIMOES, European Pharmaceutical Students’ Associations – EPSA
OUTI AHONEN, senior lecturer in nursing at Laurea University of Applied Science Digital
PROF LASSE LEHTONEN, University of Helsinki

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My City-Lab project – financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) – aims to create 2 new primary care structures, called City-Labs, integrating the innovation of laboratory medicine and mobile health.  The scope of the project is to facilitate access to laboratory tests as part of an integrated and collaborative approach to ambulatory care of a chronically ill individual, as well as to contribute to the dynamic monitoring of patients with chronic diseases.Brussels-Capital-Region-Funding-Banner