Abstract Submission Deadline: July 1, 2010 - 11:59 PM EST
The 2010 mHealth Summit will bring together leaders enabling cutting-edge research,
evidenced based practice and innovative policy solutions to advance the benefits mobile technology can bring to the health and wellbeing of developed and developing world populations.
We are seeking abstracts for Presentations from the Public and Private Sectors that
highlight ground-breaking health research, information and communication technologies, systems architecture and global partnerships that leverage mobile technology to improve global health outcomes.
Additionally, we are seeking Research Technology Demonstrations.
Relevant technologies include:
Mobile Phones, Smart Phones, Mobile Phone Apps, Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs), Mobile Electronic Sensors (e.g., Accelerometers), Portable
Physiological Sensors (e.g., Ambulatory Glucose Monitors), Mobile Environmental Sensors,
Integrated Mobile Devices, and other Wireless Technologies.
Topic Areas Include:
• Remote Data Collection & Patient Monitoring (assess/track health in the real world)
• Health Disparities & Underserved Populations (high-risk and difficult to reach groups)
• Disease Prevention & Health Promotion (reducing risk factors for disease)
• Medical Compliance & Adherence (following treatment regimen)
• Environmental Exposure Assessment (studying environmental
causes of disease)
• Childhood Obesity (energy intake and expenditure in
individuals <21 years)
• Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (prenatal
and postpartum health)
• Infectious Diseases (diseases attributed to
virus, bacteria, or other infections)
• Patient Reported Outcomes (quality
of life and other patient-driven health indicators)
• Point of Care
Diagnostics (diagnostic testing performed at or near patient care setting)
• Educational Tools for Health Professional
• Software System Development and Information Technology
• Emergency or Urgent Care (medical care where threat of disability or death is imminent)
All submissions will be reviewed by the mHealth Summit Steering Committee. Oral
presentations will be grouped thematically in tracks, presented as moderated sessions, and are
expected to last 12 minutes with additional time for a Q&A session. Some presentations will
be integrated into planned Super Sessions.
For More Information or to Submit an Abstract,
Please Visit: Call For Presentations