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“2020health is an important and thoughtful contributor to the health debate”

Dr Sarah Wollaston MP, Chairman, Health Select Committee

 
 

Technology & Older People

May 14. till May 14.

Learning Lunch

How can we ensure that our older population increasingly living in isolation have access to the wide range of technologies on offer, which are fair in price, and help them in their day to day lives to improve social, physical and mental wellbeing?

With Speakers:
John Pugh, MP, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Telehealth
Phil O’Connell, Global Simple Telehealth Lead, Staffordshire & Lancashire CSU
Professor Arlene Astell, University of Sheffield's School of Health and Related Research
John Cruickshank, Independent Strategic Expert in Health IT and Telehealth
Neil Pearson, Healthcare Market Development Manager, Microsoft

Date
May 14, 20142014-05-14T12:30:00 - May 14, 2014 2014-05-14T02:00:00
Time
12:30 PM 2014-05-14T12:30:00 - 2:00 PM 2014-05-14T02:00:00
Location
Microsoft Offices, Cardinal Place, 80-100 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5JL
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Left to Right: Julia Manning, John Cruickshank, John Pugh MP,  Neil Pearson, Professor Arlene Astell, Phil O'Connell
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Left to Right: Julia Manning, John Cruickshank, John Pugh MP, Neil Pearson, Professor Arlene Astell, Phil O'Connell
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"I very much enjoyed the meeting, on many levels. I met so many interesting people, and relevant to our current Crowdcube funding mission."

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Simon Glass-Hooper, Health-Connected Ltd

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"I just wanted to drop you a line to thank you and your colleagues for organising the excellent meeting on technology for older people last week."

Dr Henry Purcell, Editor, British Journal of Cardiology

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Arrhythmia Watch New era in CVD eHealth, but UK slow to adopt

New era in CVD eHealth, but UK slow to adopt

Telemedicine in the UK has “not taken off at all as one might have expected” in the view of independent IT expert, John Cruickshank, speaking at a recent London meeting, ‘Technology for older people’ organized by 2020health in association with Microsoft.
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Guest Blog - '3 tech tools every senior can and should learn'

There’s a common misconception about seniors not being able to get the hang of new technology, but don’t fall for it. As you get older, there are plenty of highly useful tech tools that are easy to learn and use on a regular basis.