Knowledge is power, that is 100% true. There are many great ways to learn and develop these days: e-learning (highly recommend), podcasts, webinars, blogs etc. Still, there is something particularly valuable in attending conference in person.
It is the sense of community, network and relationship building. Exploring new ideas can turn into magic when inspired people meet.
Here is a list of all the essential digital conferences in 2019. Time to set some dates and book your tickets!
9th — 11th April 2019, Berlin, Germany
The declared aim of DMEA is to promote digital networking across faculties and sectors and in doing so to address relevant new audiences. Digital transformation is increasingly impacting on the nursing sector, resident practitioners, hospital doctors and companies looking to enter the healthcare sector with innovative products and services.
21st — 23rd May 2019, Gothenborg, Denmark
Vitalis is a meeting point for everyone working strategically or operatively with business development and e-Health issues within the healthcare and welfare sectors. Attendees are from municipalities and county councils as well as from health authorities and the private sector.
Digital Pharma Europe
4th — 6th June 2019, Rome, Italy
Digitalisation in pharma is evolving in terms of the tools, tactics, and stakeholders involved. These players have a unique effect on the intersection of technology and healthcare that is further impacting on how pharma not only alters its business approach but also collaborates on projects with these organisations themselves. It’s why this year marks the 11th year of Digital Pharma Europe, hosted by Merck Serono. This evolution of life science companies has very tangible impacts on the process and execution of digitalisation involved with other more well-known areas such as product launch strategies, connecting marketing, and sales. This transformation process forms the basis of the move towards digital health as a product for pharma.
12th World Congress on Future Pharma
27th — 28th June 2019, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Mainly focused on the theme of “Pioneering the Development of Future Pharma”, the event offers the best platform with its well-organized scientific program for the audience, which includes interactive panel discussions, keynote lectures, plenary talks and poster sessions. Future Pharma is a global platform to discuss and learn about research advances in Digital Pharma & marketing, The Future of Pharma R&D, Industrial Pharmacy and Physical pharmacy, Drug Discovery and Development, Novel Drug Delivery Systems, Pharma and Biotech Financial Outlook.
HIMSS Europe & Health 2.0 Conference
11th — 13th June 2019, Helsinki, Finland
The conference will focus on five overarching topics: integrating health & social care; enabling the shift from acute to community-based care;promoting a secure, ethical and actionable flow of data; what AI can deliver today & what we are really ready for; and the opportunities and challenges of opening up to innovation.
Digital Health Pharma Congress
17th — 20th June, Boston, Massachusetts
Digital Health promises to revolutionise healthcare delivery, optimise personalised and precision medicine, and offer new tools for drug and diagnostic development. Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s inaugural Digital Health Pharma Congress offers a comprehensive 4-day program on the applications of biosensors, mobile devices and wearables, the Internet of Things (IoT), mobile health platforms, artificial intelligence, and digital biomarkers in all areas of drug and diagnostic development.
The Digital Healthcare Show
26th — 27th June 2019, London, UK
The Digital Healthcare Show welcomes CIOs, CCIOs, senior IT leaders and clinicians from the NHS, Local Government, CCGs and Primary Care together to harness the huge opportunity to improve services and patient experience through digital transformation.
10th — 12th October 2019, Berlin, Germany
XPOMET© Medicinale 2019 is an international festival based on the future of health and care. It celebrates and inspires every person with discoveries and progress in medical and life sciences.