The Primary Health Care Specialist Group of the British Computer Society is the main UK forum for computer developments in primary health care, and the Group's Annual Conference will be held on 13th-15th September 1996 at Downing College, Cambridge. The attractive conference building, the excellent catering and pleasant surroundings always make this an enjoyable and stimulating event. The programme will include sessions on: archiving, care plans, decision-making aids, episode handling, ICPC Plus, PEN&PAD, PRODIGY, SYNAPSES, teleconferencing, and much more. This year will include poster sessions running in parallel with the mainstream sessions, as well as workshops and demonstrations.
Each of the Special Interest Groups will be presenting a half-day session at this conference: delegate participation will be the order of the day.
This conference will include a major exhibition of the latest in GP systems.
For details of all the above conferences, contact Judy Hayes, PHCSG Administrator.
Tel 01905 619010, fax 01905 617539,
The aims of the conference are to bring together researchers, developers and users involved in the application of the internet in medicine. There will also be a major commercial exhibition. Topics will include: access to information, authoring environments, business and marketing, clinical and non-clinical applications, commercial use, digital libraries, electronic publishing, ethical issues, information policies and management, medical education including undergraduate and continuing, network standards, regulations and politics, security, telemedicine, enhanced and virtual reality in medicine.
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This conference and exhibition concentrates on the role of communications in the delivery of health care - voice, mobile, data, image. Learn from case studies and working simulations; examine systems and services from leading suppliers in the exhibition, seminars, demonstrations and meetings.
More information from BJHC Ltd, 45 Woodland Grove, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 9BR,
Fax 01932 820305,
This conference has the following objectives: promoting electronic health records, bringing together the key stakeholders, evaluatingcurrent progress internationally, examining technical developments, promoting a coherent and practical European Health Record, evaluating legal requirements. Delegate fee £590 + VAT.
Further information from Centre for the Advancement of Electronic Health Records Ltd.,
Tel/fax +44 (0)1291 629838,
The HC series of annual conferences has an international reputation for excellence: for educating and informing across the whole subject area of health care computing and information technology. There is a large exhibition - in fact the largest event of its kind in Europe.
More information from Prof Bernard Richards, +44 (0)161 200 3327, or Judy Hayes +44