Machine Learning for Healthcare

August 6-7, 2021 | USA

MLHC is an annual research meeting that exists to bring together two usually insular disciplines: computer scientists with artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data expertise, and clinicians/medical researchers. MLHC supports the advancement of data analytics, knowledge discovery, and meaningful use of complex medical data by fostering collaborations and the exchange of ideas between members of these often completely separated communities. To pursue this goal, the event includes invited talks, poster presentations, panels, and ample time for thoughtful discussion and robust debate. Note for 2021: we are currently considering both virtual and hybrid formats. We anticipate making this decision in the coming weeks, but regardless in-person attendance will not be required.

Spotlight

Great leaders are critical to providing high-quality care to your patients. They set the bar for excellent quality care for the rest of your workers, and coach their team to raise their standard of care. A great leader will attract, hire, and retain additional high-quality talent who see the leader as someone they’d like to work alongside, helping your organization provide better consistency in patient care. And, of course, with better patient care comes higher patient satisfaction, HCAHPS Survey scores, and revenue.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

10th Global Conference on Health Promotion: Health Promotion for Well-being, Equity and Sustainable Development

December 13-15, 2021 | UAE

On 13-15 December 2021 WHO will hold the 10th Global Conference on Health Promotion with the support the United Arab Emirates, UN agencies and partners.The conference will be organized to address how health promotion can advance well-being. Health promotion is the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their health. Health promotion is about creating the conditions and healthy environments for people where they live, work, age and play.Thus, the concept of well-being is increasingly used in Member States to reflect the indivisibility of sustainable development goals. As defined in the WHO Constitution, health is “a state of complete physical, mental and socialwell-being and not merely the absence ofdisease or infirmity”, WHO has never addressed the issue as a theme of a major conference.At the end of the conference, participants will issue a political statement with key requirements for governments to adopt and adapt an expanded health promotion approach to advance well-being.

World Psychiatrists and Psychologists Conference

November 15-16, 2021 | Netherlands

At no time in living memory had mental health been a more pressing concern. The COVID-19 pandemic and its calamitous economic consequences threaten us with a tsunami wave of psychological dysfunctions the likes of which we had never encountered before: mood disorders (especially depression), anxiety disorders, exacerbated personality disorders, and, in extremis, psychotic disorders. And this is not to mention the crests of addictions, substance abuse, child abuse, aggression, and domestic violence. We are ill prepared for this challenge: we lack the capacity, the funding, the training, the manpower, the institutions, the cultural sensitivity, and the resilience (because mental health practitioners are also human). Conferences like “World Psychiatrists & Psychologists conference” rush to the breach, to selflessly fill in the gap. It allows us, who are in the front lines of this impending doom, to regroup, exchange ideas, and be exposed to cutting edge research. We feel that we are not alone in our predicament and this gives us the strength to persevere. I wish you all an edifying and transformative day. Do join during November 15-16, 2021 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Radiology and Imaging Conclave 2021

December 9-10, 2021 | India

Launched in 2018, Express Healthcare’s Radiology and Imaging Conclave is back after a year-long absence caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. Through a Virtual Format, the third edition aims to look at how this healthcare segment overcame the challenges and came into its own during the pandemic. The upcoming event in December marks two years since the pandemic began as well as the sector’s evolution over the past two years as a crucial component of diagnosis. While there were excesses, leading to overuse of imaging, a key question remains: How can radiologists and imaging specialists prepare for the next COVID wave, and future-proof our healthcare system from unknown contagions?

Data & Analytics in Healthcare

December 2, 2021 | Canada

The ability to leverage data, analytics and big data in the healthcare space is revolutionary. The opportunity to quickly analyse accurate data enables decisionmakers to make choices regarding treatment, predict the path of large-scale health events, and plan long-term. Join us to help your organisation extract the best insights from data to enhance patient outcomes and workflows, while maintaining transparency and responsibility, at thecomplimentaryData & Analytics for Healthcarevirtual event.

Spotlight

Great leaders are critical to providing high-quality care to your patients. They set the bar for excellent quality care for the rest of your workers, and coach their team to raise their standard of care. A great leader will attract, hire, and retain additional high-quality talent who see the leader as someone they’d like to work alongside, helping your organization provide better consistency in patient care. And, of course, with better patient care comes higher patient satisfaction, HCAHPS Survey scores, and revenue.

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