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World Bank Day @ m-Health Summit -- m-Health: From Policy to Implementation
When: October 28, 2009, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm Washington DC time
You can participate in this event online:
- watch live and recorded webcast at: www.worldbank.org/edevelopment/live (please register at: http://go.worldbank.org/BGZ8XU3KF0)
- follow the event on Social Media: Twitter, Blogs, LinkedIn, Facebook, Flickr etc. Please use #mHealth09 as the hashtag in Twitter and other social networks.
Jointly sponsored by World Bank Group and UN Foundation/mHealth Alliance, in collaboration with FNIH, NIH and others, the World Bank Day @ mHealth Summit will raise awareness of the possibilities for mobile-enabled innovations for improving health care and health care outcomes in developing countries and seeks to:
? Contribute to putting m-health on the map of the mainstream public health agenda.
? explore options as to how to translate mHealth applications into measurable health outcomes.
? provide concrete examples of experience at the country level – what questions to ask, what to look for, what tools are available, and what are the policy implications for implementation.
? establish a solid basis for future collaboration and continued dialogue on mHealth
This unique one-day workshop at the World Bank will convene over 30 leading experts from key organizations in the m-Health field and will bring together lessons, innovations, and perspectives from the practitioners and policy makers. The workshop will discuss specific case studies and country perspectives on m-health and scaling up mobile innovations in World Bank Health Sector Projects. World Bank mHealth Day is integral part of mHealth Summit (Oct. 29-30) focusing on mobile technologies as a platform for health research and health care delivery. The mHealth Summit is an unprecedented event that will bring together leading researchers, policy-makers, collaborators and visionaries from around the world to exchange ideas, novel approaches, research and findings surrounding mHealth issues both in the United States and in developing countries.
Detailed agenda and background materials can be accessed at http://go.worldbank.org/MP5IY2CJA0