Start: January 27, 2022 – 6 p.m., virtual (by invitation)
Topic: “Patient Monitoring and Alarm Management – Status Quo”
In cooperation with Hacking Health Berlin, the Working Group Patient Monitoring and Alarm Management of the Institute of Medical Informatics is launching a roundtable on the topic of "Patient Monitoring at the Charité".
Our roundtable is a small group discussion that focuses on the interaction of all participants (clinicians, representatives of the monitoring industry, etc.) at eye level. The aim is to spark a discussion on existing monitoring technologies and create a regular, informal setting for exchange between clinic and industry.
From January 2022, the roundtables will take place regularly on the last Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. The event will be held in German and/or English and participation is limited to around 20 people to ensure an informal atmosphere. The roundtable will be held either purely virtual, hybrid or in person (depending on the pandemic situation).
We look forward to the lively participation of clinicians, patient representatives and industry representatives! If you would like to participate, please let us know here. More information about the roundtable is available here.
Further information on registration and participation:
If participation in the roundtable is not possible for the time being due to capacity reasons, there is still the opportunity to participate in one of the future events. When registering,we recommend subscribing to our newsletter to stay informed about the results of past roundtables and inform you about upcoming events. There is no need to re-register for future roundtables as you will automatically be placed on the waiting list after registering.
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