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The potential for wearable technology in ambulatory care: Isansys Patient Status Engine Talk and panel discussion: 12-1pm Networking sandwich lunch: 1-2pm

The Diagnostic Evidence Co-operative Oxford is delighted to present a new series of seminars to showcase and discuss exciting healthcare technology innovations in three key areas: wearables, imaging, and digital health-related technologies. The seminars will provide a platform for visitors from the health technology industry to present their ideas and products to a multidisciplinary group of healthcare researchers and members of the wider University community.

The aim of the seminars is to elicit discussions to define priority areas of clinical need and greatest impact for emerging technologies and to foster relationships between academia and industry.

These meetings will take the format of technology presentations by industry followed by discussions amongst a panel of technology-appropriate specialists before wider discussions with all participants. Seminars will conclude with an informal lunch open to all attendees.

The first seminar is on wearable technology and will address the question 'what are the clinical needs for wearable technologies in the interface between primary and secondary care?'

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