IET event: Assisted Living 2011
When: 6th April 2011
Where: IET London: Savoy Place, UK
As the UK population is growing older, engineers are trying to develop healthcare technologies for people which allow monitoring without having to visit a hospital. Assisted Living 2011 will explore all aspects of these developments including government regulation and standards, design issues, end user demands and funding issues.
Hear from carefully selected speakers from a range of backgrounds to give you the rare opportunity to develop a wide range of skills and knowledge in this exciting and challenging industry.
- Nick Hunn, CTO, WIFORE
- David Calder, ALIP Knowledge Transfer Manager, HealthTechnologies KTN
- Dr Rich Picking, Reader in Human-Computer Interaction, Glyndwr University
- Professor Robert Istepanian, Director of the MINT Research Centre, Kingston University, London
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