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MEHID-AFRICA 2021: EHealth & Health Informatics Virtual Conference

[bt_section][bt_row][bt_column width=”1/1″][bt_text] MEHID-AFRICA stands for Mainstreaming eHealth & Health Informatics for Development in Africa. It is a new program that provides for a wide range of interventions such as conferences and deployment of technology. Its goal is for Africa to develop equitably with the rest of the world through multi-sectoral deployment of eHealth and health informatics. MEHID-AFRICA series of annual conferences are tagged with their respective years. Thus, this maiden edition is tagged MEHID-AFRICA 2021. Mon 15 to Sun 21, Mar 2021 @ University of Benin: Akin Deko Auditorium & @ University of Benin Teaching Hospital: eHealth & health informatics facilities BENIN CITY, NIGERIA THEME Strengthening Health Services in Africa through eHealth and Health Informatics Subthemes
  • Deployment of eHealth and health informatics: progress and prospects
  • Attaining universal health coverage through eHealth and health informatics
  • Using eHealth and health informatics for healthcare and health management information system
  • Building business models for eHealth and health informatics
  • Developing and following through roadmaps for eHealth and health informatics
SPECIAL INVITATION TO
  • Health care professionals
  • Health policy makers & managers
  • Science & technology policy makers
  • ICT scientists, technologists, engineers, manufacturers, marketers & other industry players
  • Telecoms industry players
  • ICT advocacy groups
  • Others
Conference fee Zoom (Live) ₦5,000.00 or US$13.00 Register online for Free – now! Click Here To Register SMS, call, WhatsApp: +234 803 356 4163 Sponsorship appeal and adverts We gratefully appeal for your kind and generous support, wherever you are, to make this needed conference successful. For sponsorship, adverts and exhibition stands please email, SMS or call now. ehealthinformatics@uniben.edu +234 816 740 8133 +234 803 721 2596 SUMMARY OF EVENTS Mon 15 Mar, 2021 Readings (materials provided) Tue 16 – Sat 20 Mar, 2021 -Opening ceremony -Keynote lecture -Symposia -Readings (material provided) -Panel discussions -Abstracts : Oral and poster presentations -Special project lectures -Personal eHealth & health Informatics projects -Documentary (UBTH): provider demonstration of health informatics -Documentary (HMO/ UNIBEN): HMO demonstration of telemedicine & health informatics -Exhibitions -Closing ceremony Sun 21 Mar, 2021 -Readings (materials provided) -Continuation of personal projects Continuous professional development points will be awarded.
  • Certificates of participation will be issued.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS [Oral & poster presentations] Abstracts for oral and poster presentations are invited. They may be on operations or other types of research; or descriptions of models, services, or procedures. Authors may adopt conventional or rationally adapted formats. Abstracts must be clear on their benefits and significance with respect to eHealth and health informatics. Write-ups should be in line with the theme or at least one subtheme. They must be concise (max. 250 words) and well written in good English. They should be mailed to ehealthinformatics@uniben.edu New Submission deadline is 8th Mar, 2021. Accepted abstracts will be published as conference proceedings in a special edition of Journal of Hospital Practice and Administration. Prof Omokhoa Adeleye Chairman, Organising Committee +234 803 721 2596 Call, SMS, WhatsApp Conference email: ehealthinformatics@uniben.edu [/bt_text][bt_row_inner][bt_column_inner width=”1/3″][bt_text] HOSTS/CONVENERS Prof Lilian Salami Vice Chancellor University of Benin, Benin City. [/bt_text][/bt_column_inner][bt_column_inner width=”1/3″][bt_hr top_spaced=”topSemiSpaced” bottom_spaced=”not-spaced” transparent_border=”noBorder” el_class=”” el_style=”” responsive=””][/bt_hr][bt_text] Prof Darlington Obaseki Chief Medical Director University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Benin City. [/bt_text][/bt_column_inner][bt_column_inner width=”1/3″][/bt_column_inner][/bt_row_inner][/bt_column][/bt_row][/bt_section]

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