Moving further with medical tailoring


Event Details


The NRI-Conference, taking place from 9th until 10th May, aims to provide a platform for discussion of new ideas as well as to contribute to a stronger cooperation among healthcare professionals in the Nordic region.

Moving further with medical tailoring is this year’s title of the NRI-Conference.

Hosts of the conference are Bjørn Erikstein, Chairman, NRI-Networks and Chief Executive Officer of Oslo University Hospital and Stener Kvinnsland, CEO, NRI-Networks.

Our speakers armed with expertise will provide their perspectives to important topics related to personalized medicine, antibiotic resistance and mHealth.

Based on feedback from the NRI-Conference 2015, we have decided to change the venue from Bergen to a more convenient and accessible location: Radisson Blu Gardermoen, Oslo Airport.

Key speakers

  • Keiji Fukuda, Special Representative for Antimicrobial Resistance, WHO
  • Alexander Eggermont, General Director, Institute Gustave Roussy, Paris
  • Kristin Braa, Vice Head of the Department of Informatics, UiO

For more information see here.

 

Highlights

  • Personalized Medicine – a true paradigm shift?
  • Antimicrobial resistance – are we responding too late?
  • The innovative and Socio-economic impact of mHealth
  • Patient involvement in the Nordic Countries
  • Nordic cooperation in clinical studies
  • Workshops: Nordic Innovation Network, Nordic Study Sites, Nordic Monitoring Network, Nordic Nurses Network, Nordic Pediatric Research and Imaging in Future Medicine
  • Networking dinner with entertainment

For more information and registration see here. 

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