Holding on to the Core of Our Healing Professions in a Time of Technological Change
17 – 19 March 2017
Rhode Island, USA
This conference will be held at the Providence Biltmore Hotel on Friday 17 March and at The Warren Alpert Medical School, Brown University on Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 March 2017
As technology enters all aspects of modern medical care, the presence of the computer in the exam room has profoundly affected the relationship between patients and their practitioners and between practitioners and their work. This first international symposium will bring together leading researchers from around the world to examine what modern science has learned about the impact of the electronic record on the patient-practitioner relationship, how human relationships figure in software and device design, and current best practices for successfully integrating computers into clinical practice, while keeping the patient at the center of care.
This Conference is Intended For:
• Physicians, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, mental health professionals, and patients
• Interested members of the general public and officials involved in healthcare technology
• Educators of health professionals who teach the incorporation of technology into patient care
• Researchers studying rapport, attention, multitasking, practitioner satisfaction and burnout, and best practices for EHR implementation in clinical settings
• EHR and device designers
• Leaders of medical organizations involved in information technology implementation and clinician satisfaction
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1st March 2017